Had a crazy thought for an EV conversion project... to find an AWD or 4wd Explorer with a busted engine, then get an EV West kit. Trouble is.... That kit can put out 1000 lb-ft of torque, or in layman terms, over 3x the 4th gen v8. I could obviously limit that with varied power input, or use a less powerful motor set, but I'm wondering how close I can get to that number without shredding more than tires. Anyone else pushing the torque limits of the AWD or 4WD system with conventional engines? Are there upgrades that are easy and common in order to beef these up? Edited to expand to 4WD as well. I am not dead set on AWD.