Yup, I get it. Speaking of banjos, I'm trying to make one (as in banjo-bolt fitting). I think I finally figured out how to get oil pressure before turning the engine.
The only trouble is the thread is 3/8" X 28 (ever heard of it?) So I'm tinkerin'
Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one. - Albert Einstein
http://www.forkenswift.com exists, but it mostly points to other places (like this thread). I don't think I'll work on fleshing that out until the car is further along. Let's say after the pack is properly installed on racks & cabled, and the controls are complete and mounted. And that would be some time in... September?
SW: You got me - never heard of it. Glad I'm not the only one tardy with the garage projects though!
Unfortunately for Curtis, the model that squeals appears to have become a "brand identity" thing among hobbyists. (The golf cart controller we have is actually a Cursit, and it's quiet as a mouse. About as powerful too.)
how about posting a build log on that site similar to something like i did on my mantaproject.com site? It is easy to do, every day you work on the car take some pics of your progress and dump them in a dir on the webserver and update the index.html to point to the new page and later on when you get time you can add text and a description of the pictures.
Works pretty good for me that way since I get lazy sometimes doing my updates and I can just dump the pictures into the dirs and fix up the html as I get around to it. The program that makes the image map thumbnails I use on that site is also free and takes like 5 seconds to use generating the basic html page for you that you can edit later as you feel like it.