How to make your electric motor spark plug chart
In an attempt to get more bang for your buck, I decided to make my own spark plug charts.
It was a bit of a challenge as I wanted to find the most reliable chart, but I was able to achieve that.
My chart was the result of many hours of research and a lot of trial and error.
The chart below shows the electrical properties of two different spark plug brands: Electricity Consumption: 1 volt is equal to 2 amps of power and 2 volts is equal in voltage to 2 watts.
If I had to choose a brand to match my current electric vehicle, I’d pick Tesla.
There’s no doubt in my mind that electric vehicle manufacturers are going to have a long and prosperous future in India.
I also wanted to highlight the huge growth in electric vehicle production, particularly in China, where demand is so high.
Electric vehicle manufacturers have also become an attractive option for Indian customers.
A few days after my chart was posted, I received a message from an EV manufacturer in India, asking if I was interested in making an electric car for them.
That email was the first of many.
Several months later, I got a call from a major manufacturer in China with the same request.
After talking to their engineers and speaking to several of the other electric vehicle makers in the market, they came to the same conclusion: I should build an electric vehicle for them because they are making electric vehicles in China.
In November of 2018, I was finally able to put the project on the road.
On January 10, 2019, the first car was sold to an electric-vehicle enthusiast in China who had bought his car online from Tesla Motors.
This was the beginning of the end of the Indian electric vehicle industry.
By February 2018, electric vehicle sales had jumped to 1.2 million units, making India the third largest market for EVs in the world behind China and the United States.
As electric vehicle demand continues to grow in India and China, the need for electric vehicle charging stations is becoming increasingly important.
Here’s a quick video that explains how to make an electric spark plug: