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    #71
    we are converting the original Red Phuv into electric! Its the future.

    Quote Originally Posted by True Faith View Post
    Knock,knock....

    Anyway, MVPMAP it seems has not abandoned its plan of coming up with an PHUV (although the e-PHUV model and not the diesel fed one) especially when they have created a unit dedicated to it--the PHUV, Inc.

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    #72
    Quote Originally Posted by romski123 View Post
    we are converting the original Red Phuv into electric! Its the future.
    Obviously it is more like a sign of desperation of trying to get something done just for "show".

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    #73
    from a business standpoint,

    they probably realized (finally) the PhUV cannot compete with foreign brand utility vehicles in the market (when it comes to quality, cost, and pricing)

    so they're turning the PhUV into something with no local competition

    and since they already have customers for e-jeepneys, those same customers might be interested in another type of electric vehicle
    Last edited by uls; February 2nd, 2010 at 10:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    from a business standpoint,

    they probably realized (finally) the PhUV cannot compete with foreign brand utility vehicles in the market (when it comes to quality, cost, and pricing)

    so they're turning the PhUV into something with no local competition

    and since they already have customers for e-jeepneys, those same customers might be interested in another type of electric vehicle
    But with some ejeepneys suddenly showing signs of premature battery failure after only 3 months of use, an electric converted PHUV (with with performance to match the world famous ejeepney) might just be the final nail in it's coffin.

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    #75
    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post
    But with some ejeepneys suddenly showing signs of premature battery failure after only 3 months of use, an electric converted PHUV (with with performance to match the world famous ejeepney) might just be the final nail in it's coffin.
    uy ngayon ko lang nabasa ito.

    Saan mo uli nakuha ang info mo ? Anong premature battery failure?

    Baloney info once again Tsikoteers. Its sad that you have to resort to inventing crap info just to discredit a project you don't believe in or just for the sake of criticism. Sad. Sad. Sad.

    you might wanna do something more productive.

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    #76
    Quote Originally Posted by romski123 View Post
    uy ngayon ko lang nabasa ito.

    Saan mo uli nakuha ang info mo ? Anong premature battery failure?

    Baloney info once again Tsikoteers. Its sad that you have to resort to inventing crap info just to discredit a project you don't believe in or just for the sake of criticism. Sad. Sad. Sad.

    you might wanna do something more productive.
    You might want to read up on lead acid battery cycles vs life.

    So quick to call to discredit the facts ... is that all you can do?

    I have already posted the information in the e-jeepney thread.

    I guess it is easier to admit ignorance to the facts than the alternative.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Revenant View Post
    La Salle has an e-jeepney that plys through De La Salle University, CSB, AKIC and SDA building. The guards and maintenance folk in CSB told me that they are already noticing that the battery is already showing signs of quicker discharging which took them by surprise, considering that it has only been in service for 3 months, catering to a few students and a very limited route.
    Last edited by ghosthunter; March 30th, 2010 at 12:49 AM.

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    #77
    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post
    But with some ejeepneys suddenly showing signs of premature battery failure after only 3 months of use, an electric converted PHUV (with with performance to match the world famous ejeepney) might just be the final nail in it's coffin.
    eto sinasabi ko ghoshunter. Saan mo nakuha ang showing signs of premature battery failure? Baloney info.

    Wala namang kaso ng premature battery failure sa mga ejeepney e.

    You can quote all the info you can download from the net, but you can never beat hands on practical knowledge. Akala mo kasi pag iprint mo dito sa Tsikot ay papaniwalaan ka na dapat. (at pinapaniwalaan mo agad ang sarili mo)

    Sad.

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    #78
    Originally Posted by Revenant
    La Salle has an e-jeepney that plys through De La Salle University, CSB, AKIC and SDA building. The guards and maintenance folk in CSB told me that they are already noticing that the battery is already showing signs of quicker discharging which took them by surprise, considering that it has only been in service for 3 months, catering to a few students and a very limited route.


    this unit is imported CBU from China. It should not be called an ejeepney. Kaya pangit ang batteries nya.

    The ones we use are from Motolite. Proudly Pinoy Made! No problems encountered since Nov 2009.

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    #79
    Originally Posted by Revenant
    La Salle has an e-jeepney that plys through De La Salle University, CSB, AKIC and SDA building. The guards and maintenance folk in CSB told me that they are already noticing that the battery is already showing signs of quicker discharging which took them by surprise, considering that it has only been in service for 3 months, catering to a few students and a very limited route.


    this unit is imported CBU from China. It should not be called an ejeepney. Kaya pangit ang batteries nya.

    The ones we use are from Motolite. Proudly Pinoy Made! No problems encountered since Nov 2009.

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    Quote Originally Posted by romski123 View Post
    eto sinasabi ko ghoshunter. Saan mo nakuha ang showing signs of premature battery failure? Baloney info.

    Wala namang kaso ng premature battery failure sa mga ejeepney e.

    You can quote all the info you can download from the net, but you can never beat hands on practical knowledge. Akala mo kasi pag iprint mo dito sa Tsikot ay papaniwalaan ka na dapat. (at pinapaniwalaan mo agad ang sarili mo)

    Sad.
    I am getting information that is outside my circle.

    It is better that reposting your own press articles and press releases that have recycled contents as if there is any shred of news in them.

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