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Roadster Parts for Sale Listings

Discussion in 'Roadster' started by Roadster, Jul 27, 2018.

  1. slcasner

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    No, you need a circuit (like what is in the OpenEVSE box) to generate the J1772 pilot signal for the car to agree to charge at 240V. Although It would be a waste of such a heavy cable, you could attach normal 120V (NEMA 5-15P or 5-20P) plug and the car would charge at 16A. The car does not need a pilot signal if it sees 120V, but requires the pilot signal if it sees 240V. I know this because I tested hooking up 240V to the smaller-gauge, yellow 120V charge cable that came with the Roadster.
     
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  2. slcasner

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    No, you need a circuit (like what is in the OpenEVSE box) to generate the J1772 pilot signal for the car to agree to charge at 240V. Although It would be a waste of such a heavy cable, you could attach normal 120V (NEMA 5-15P or 5-20P) plug and the car would charge at 16A. The car does not need a pilot signal if it sees 120V, but requires the pilot signal if it sees 240V. I know this because I tested hooking up 240V to the smaller-gauge, yellow 120V charge cable that came with the Roadster.
     
  3. Roadster

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  4. dhrivnak

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    Not easily as you need to generate a pilot signal and current limit.
     
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  6. Roadster

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    NOT MINE (click the link below)

    Tesla
    Location: Hayward, CA
    Price: $800

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  7. X.l.r.8

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    #168 X.l.r.8, Apr 8, 2019
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    roadster motor and tranmission.
    Located in Seattle, WA $3500 for both.
    The transmission is REMAN from Tesla The motor is used, good condition.
     
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  10. MCroadster

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    Hey,
    I picked up this CF sill from Colorado about 6 months ago as mine was cracked. He was only selling the driver's side. At the Burlingame SC they said that a SoCal warehouse had a few sets in stock.
     
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  11. Roadster

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  12. Bunnak

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    Still available? If so I’m interested.
     
  13. Bunnak

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    CF duct kit still available? If so I’m interested.
     
  14. MCroadster

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    Sorry, I picked up the duct and the rear diffuser last year.
     
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