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Today its time to wire up the high voltage batteries to our Electric Hummer conversion. Working with high voltage DC Electricity is extremely dangerous. In todays Electric Humvee video we are going to install the VCU which gives throttle and gear selector commands to the inverter. Kind of important. When it comes time to wire up the batteries for real, we will have 450v with 100kWh worth of capacity. HUGE Thanks to Oshcut for laser cutting my mounts and battery box:

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