Monthly Archives: January 2011

>Speedster Redux and the Zeva2 Fuel Gage

> This week we go a little bit more in-depth with Ian Hooper’s Zeva2 fuel gage driver.  I’m quite enamored of this little device which he apparently is still building by hand.  And improving. In the latest incarnation, he’s solved … Continue reading

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>This week we welcome Anthony Bagnulo as a visitor from Ottowa Ontario. Anthony came down for 10 days to work with us and see the EV thing first hand. Apparently, we’re not showing the full metal jacket EV building experience … Continue reading

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>Tesla’s Dirty Little Secret

>We’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m a bit of a fan of the Tesla Model S. I’ve taken a significant position in their stock and in fact have done well enough in it that it will basically … Continue reading

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>First Show 2011

>Well, we have posted our first show of 2011 and it is pretty good, if I mention it myself. An hour and 48 minutes. We had recently posted a couple of photos of a horrific electric vehicle fire that occurred … Continue reading

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>Looking for an Interesting Visit

>We’ve been in contact with a somewhat interesting pair who are on a worldwide tour in an electric car. Hjalte Tin and Nina Rasmussen left Compenhagen on June 25 on a 41,000 mile trek in a Nissan QashQuai converted to … Continue reading

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>J1772-2009 Charging for Your EV

> This is our last show. Actually our last show for 2010. We’ll meet this weekend to decide what to do about 2011. In this episode we continue the fascinating work of building battery boxes for the Speedster. While not … Continue reading

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