Now that I have the flywheel back, I took it to an automotive machinist to have it resurfaced and balanced. The machinist was an interesting man. He works on Cosworth racing engines and he restores T-28 Trojan aircraft – a US military plane used to train Air Force and Navy pilots in the 1950’s. The shop was located in an aircraft hanger, and it was packed with machine tools, engine blocks, and several aircraft in various states of restoration.
|The motor bolts to this side of the adaptor plate. The hub bolts to the motor shaft.|
|The transmisiotn bolts to this side of the adaptor plate.|
|The Warp9 electric motor is beautiful.|
|Out with the gas and in with the electric.|