[kitty cat]? awesome....!
no clue what this means.
As for cost it can be done cheaper than ac propulsion at 10k and 10k of batteries. not much easier i doubt. but i.ll play with all the links and stuff you guys have given.
as for 15min charge that didnt come out right. i meant with it like this.
with a onboard generator EV, charge batteries when at home with 110v outlet. leave the house with onboard generator(OG, not original gansta) running. lets say the ac motor averages useage of 100kw/hour at 50mph and OG makes 90kw/hour. eventually the batteries will be low bc the OG isnt charging fast enough. figure for 200 miles would need 400kw of straight battery but the generator would average that down to 40kw. use more than enough battery and it might never need plugged in. so figure stop for 15 and let the OG catch back up on charging. not 100% maybe but some. now of course this is all bad math and numbers but i dont mean for an OG to only b used at stops for breif periods but maybe need to stop to let it charge without discharging at same time, basically play catch up.
all these number i'm just puling out of thin air. no clue what average electric motor uses or what average generator puts out. just saying thats the general idea. maybe at this point in time batteries are too expensive and too heavy to make this feasible in anything expect a S-10 sized pick up and thats too hard to make that much performance from(kind of, compared to a 7).
this is why i posted it in "In Theory It Could Work" section. i understand mechanical stuff quite well but i'm not an electronics knowledge guy(not yet i gues i should say) so maybe someone with that knowledge could make it cheaper.
hopefully they'll find this and improve all our ideas.