Instructions for Universal EV Conversion Kit Installation

Required Tools:

Secure Tools:

  • Electrician gloves to protect against electric shock, rated for High Voltage.

Hand Tools:

  • Crimping tools for High and Low voltage connectors.
  • Standard wrenches (6-17).

Special Tools:

  • CNC universal transmission coupler to fit your existing flywheel.
  • Gearbox adapter plate (aluminium recommended).
  • Custom metal mount for the Electric motor, battery, and all other parts.


  • Install the battery case in your car with a secure and robust mount inside the vehicle.
  • Connect all wires following our wiring instructions.
  • After connecting everything, test with a weak wire with a fuse before placing the main bus bar.

HV Power Distribution Box:

  • Connect all wiring per instructions.


  • On the back side of the motor, you need a custom engine mount connected to the previous engine mount location.
  • On the front side of the motor, use and CNC coupler to fit your gearbox flywheel.
  • On the gearbox, create a custom gearbox adapter plate from aluminium.
  • For mounting the motor, use screws with a strength rating of 10.9 or higher.
    • Please note that the motor mount needs to use all existing mounting locations.


  • Install a Type2 socket for charging in the existing gas refill location.
  • Mount all other parts in the car.
  • Install and connect heating to the existing car system.
  • Replace the accelerator pedal.
  • Connect and configure the BMS over the phone app.
  • Connect the Electric power steering pump to the existing hydraulic system.

Possible Issues:

  • With newer cars, you might encounter problems with the speedometer and other sensors on the cluster gauge.
  • Check and secure all screws with loctite, including those in the battery and HV system.
  • Ensure all wires are connected correctly, as one wrong wire can damage the entire system or cause a fire.
  • Depending on the car, you may need to drill holes to mount parts or create custom mounting pieces.

Special Info:

  • All HV cables over 12V need to be in orange protection.

Safety Note:

  • Working with high voltage and high current requires safety equipment. Consult an experienced electrician to assist with wiring.