The components alone in the Green Envy streamliner motorcycle will cost almost as much as an average family home! If you want to be part of history, you can “adopt” a part in Green Envy. This means that you either supply the part itself in the form of in-kind sponsorship, or you provide financial support to cover the cost of a specific part. In return, you will get your name on the specific part and you will listed as a supporter.
We are currently specifically looking for supporters of the following parts, but there are many more things we need. If you think you have what we need, please contact me at contact-eva [insert “at” here] greenenvyracing.com. You will – of course – get your name or logo on the Green Envy in exchange!
P.S. If you want to adopt a part, make sure to contact me first to make sure you send the correct type and configuration. If you want to support financially, contact me about the cost.
Parts and tools to build the Green Envy:
Brake discs and brake calipers (compatible with wheels from a Suzuki GSXR-89) 4x Rinehart Motion Systems motor controllers, PM100DX 2x EVO Electric AFM 240 motors
400 V, 20 kWh, high-power lithium-iron phosphate battery cells
Wheel axles or 4130 steel to make wheel axles 3x Anglia-type spindles, 4130 steel with nuts
TIG welding gas (argon)
Speedglas welding helmet
Small, horizontal band saw
Light gray, lacquer paint (like Rostoleum) for the frame, dark green for bodywork
High voltage contactors High voltage fuses
Pneumatic components for brake chute release, including CO2 paintball bottles (and refill), regulator, tubing, pneumatic cylinders. Bimba and Clippard are referred suppliers.
Brake chutes or material for brake chutes
Industrial sewing machine with walking foot
Rubber insulated high-voltage wiring
400 V battery charger
Seat belts, Simpson, 7-point, lever-camlock Window net, mesh, SFI-certified
3x CO2 fire extinguishers, 2 kg (Plus two empty ones for the KillaJoule)
Hardware, tons of hardware! (Bolts, nuts, etc., aircraft style or stainless steel)
Electronics components, tons of electrics components! (Switches, fuses, connectors, wire, LEDs, etc. etc.)
3D printing filament
Aluminium sheet metal for misc. parts
Dark green, white, and black duct tape
Ryobi battery-powered angle grinder + Ryobi battery powered soldering station
Help to make a fibreglass canopy
3x, ~ 1m long, 6″ diameter, thin-walled PVC sewer tubes for parachute tubes
Laptop dedicated to programming and data analysis of Green Envy
Tools, of all sorts. It is hard to believe, but we have never had a tool sponsor….
Tool chest for use at the track
630 O-ring chain and sprockets Swingarm chain adjusters
Coolant hose and fittings
Parts for KillaJoule (so we can take KillaJoule’s parts for Green Envy):
Front and rear wheel compatible with Suzuki GSXR-89 (for KillaJoule, when we take the wheels and wheel hubs for Green Envy). Any condition.
Equipment for on-track use in Australia, March 2020:
Large, medium-duty pop-up canopies
Electric griddle for cooking breakfast for the team Small fridge or large electric cooler
Ice maker (the Green Envy will have an ice-water based cooling system)
Food and water for the team (could be in the form of gift card for store in Adelaide, Australia)
Satellite-based internet connection
Hand held radios
Bio-diesel for generator
Diesel for driving to the track (sorry, rental cars typically don’t run on renewable fuel, yet)
Solar array with inverter and battery bank for charging
2x Rental trucks (ute), mine equipped, dual cab, diesel
2x Rental camper trailers
Beige, flat, lacquer paint for touch-up of the 20 ft sea container
Uni-strut and hardware to build shelving units in the 20 ft container
Deck screws and fender washers to hold down canopies and tarps
Entry fee to DLRA and FIM events, Australia, March 2020
Sea freight for 20 ft container from New Zealand to Australia
Air fare for driver and crew
The fine print: By “adopting” apart you are in reality purchasing advertisement space on the Green Envy for the duration of 2020. You pay for the advertisement space either in-kind with the part, or by providing financial support. The advertisement space is officially sold by Eva’s company “Science Envy Ltd.” which is a limited liability company registered in New Zealand. While we will make every possible effort to get the Green Envy ready for a record attempt in Australia 2020, there are no guarantees in racing. There may be factors outside our control that make the effort unsuccessful. Support will not be re-funded if the record attempt is unsuccessful, sorry.