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Werni

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Heidenrod
Hi,

if you need to re-certificate, use European Light Vehicles Classes:




The Original one will be L2e:

Max 45 km/h, max. 4kW power of electric motor and max. 270 kg ready-to-drive weight.



Alternatively, if you find someone who make ot:

L5e: Max Power 15 kW, more than 45 km/h. No weight limit.



There are no ECE-Papers because these were introduced after Production of City EL...


Good Luck!

Werner
 

Christian71

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[QUOTE = "Sascha Meyer, post: 936539, member: 105802"]
Hi Christian,
here a reply from Alan of Denmark:

for some reason I still cannot log in at ELWEB. The strenght should be 800n.BUT its much better to rebuild it like the ones in the cityel.when the 800n gets old and cold, they are not strong enough.also its a HIGH pressure to have out there.The mirrors are not availeble anymore.I am working on a replacement type.which are not adjusteble from the inside.I dont recommend the new type, bacause a hard bump to them could destroy the top, and crack it. Also VERY important, he must check the brushes on that motor, especially the low one, they must be able to move and not worn
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Hi Everyone, I put on 800N springs and I confirm that is the perfect value for a MiniEL mk1! Thanks! Any update on the mirrors?

Thanks
 
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Sascha Meyer

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Hi Christian,
no further news from Denmark, sorry.
But you could put on alternative mirrors. Here in this link someone described his experiences with Opel Corsa mirrors..

Greetings from Germany, Sascha
 

wolfgang dwuzet

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hello christian, hello sascha,
yes, opel corsa 1, serie) mirrors fit super on the city el, i have had those on my green froggy
bye wolle
 

Sascha Meyer

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Wolle,
do you have a picture of your tuned EL, so Christian can imagine how it would look like?

Greetings from Germany, Sascha
 

Christian71

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Hello, is it possible to remove the plastic hood without removing the opening metal chassis on my Mini El?
I would like to make some maintenance without disconnecting all the electric cables.

Thanks!
 

Sascha Meyer

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Hi Christian,
yes, no problem. You just have to loosen the screws that are fixing the hood on these aluminium bars. Oh, almoust forgot, you have to remove the wiper. No need to remove any cables! But it should be made by 3 persons..
At home i will search for some pictures to see where the screws are...

Greetings from Germany, Sascha
 

Enno

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Hy Christian,
and Attention: If you remove the hood, the lifter left and right are made for Lifting the underconstruction AND the hood. So the are powerfull. Maybe expand beforehand , its easy, just unclip.
Many greetings
Enno
 
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Christian71

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Thanks for the advice, will unclip before removing the hood. I've 2 X 800 N lifters (almost 160kg!!!) and I dont want they kill me 🙃
 

Christian71

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One more question: which glue should be used to close one short crack in the plastic hood?
 

saxobernd

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Stop the crack by drilling a clean hole at the end of the crack, so it does not become bigger. No Oil! I think, there is not existing an effective glue.
 

saxobernd

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Incollare il vetro acrylico non e facile. Habe es vor 50 Jahren einmal probiert, war misslungen. Das ging damals mit UV-Licht, wie heute beim Reparieren der Zähne mit acrylartigem Material. Chiedere al dentista? Difficile, non molto buono
 
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