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Old 09-11-2007, 11:39 AM
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Texomaland, you know who you are, anyone in North Texas & Southern Oklahoma, but as far as that goes, anyone else who's interested in Electric Vehicles. Join us, in our quest for proving to the powers that be, Electric Vehicles are possible, because we're already driving them, or in the process of building one.
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How is Texoma different than the NTEAA?
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Old 09-13-2007, 04:37 PM
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How is Texoma different than the NTEAA?
TexomaEV, is the beginning of a group in Oklahoma and the most Northern portion of Texas.. We're roughly 90 miles from Dallas, the center point of the NTEAA group. I'm a member of both, and am trying to help grow them both.
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Is there any expos or event held here in the Texoma are?
Maybe some workshops to show people how to build EV's or
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Im very interested and would like some more info.
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Old 05-28-2008, 06:39 PM
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Is there any expos or event held here in the Texoma are?
Maybe some workshops to show people how to build EV's or
give info ?

Im very interested and would like some more info.
I've had a few interested people in the local TexomaLand area, but none to date have shown up to visit with me and the car. Now we do have a VERY active club in the Dallas area, and you'd be more than welcome to come visit with us at the club. Website: www.nteaa.org
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Is there anything close to Fort Smith, AR? I am currently building my first EV a 97 S-10. I have got the Warp 9 motor and 5-speed transmission mated together and mounted in the vehicle and am now working on building the battery racks. Just looking for some people to get idea's from. This is a project that Automotive students are working on as a project. I plan to have it completed sometime in April 09
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Is there anything close to Fort Smith, AR? I am currently building my first EV a 97 S-10. I have got the Warp 9 motor and 5-speed transmission mated together and mounted in the vehicle and am now working on building the battery racks. Just looking for some people to get idea's from. This is a project that Automotive students are working on as a project. I plan to have it completed sometime in April 09
Mark, Good to hear of another High School EV Project. We are also building an EV Pickup at our High School. You can see the progress of the build so far at:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mbarkle...7608431839748/

I've only heard of a few individuals scattered across Oklahoma who are interested in EV's, none have formed EV Clubs that I know of.

Our EV Club in Dallas, www.nteaa.org , is very active, with all sorts of talent involved in progressing EV's.

We'd sure welcome you and your students on a field trip to our meetings, on the 2nd Saturday of every month.

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The NTEAA has been growing very fast, and I've just let Texoma merge into that club, rather than try and maintain two individual clubs at this point. There's not been a lot of activity north of the Dallas area, a few here and there are interested in EV's but not enough to maintain a separate club as of yet. I hope to get the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma involved in some projects here in Oklahoma relatively soon.

Go to: www.nteaa.org , we'd like to help you with any questions you might have.

I'm very active in EV's, and if you are in Texomaland, feel free to contact me, as we have a project in progress in Bonham, Texas at the High School, and I have my projects as well. The Bonham project can be seen at:

www.shrunkin.com/ev


I go to the monthly meetings for NTEAA, they are held every 2nd Saturday of the month.
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