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Rush from the Tucson Electric Vech. club did a great job explaining my new
S10 with pictures and captions. Thank You Very much, Dennis
Berube
http://teva2.com/berubes10.html
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Dennis,
This is the first picture gallery I've seen of the
S10, nice job! It's really amazing how quick you've
increased your 1/4 mile times and I look for more
improvements. Only one negative comment, I think you
need a license plate that reflects your EV instead of
the standard issue. I don't have any suggestions at
this time, but I'm sure you can get a few from the EV
group.
Keep up the good work!
Rod
Here's a few to start off the ideas,
WattRuls
EVKing
EVDmNTr
EV8ICE
ICECRSHR
OK, I'm not real good at this, maybe we can get a few
more ideas?
Maybe you could just get one of Mike Chancey's
'electric vehicle' emblems for the back?
I think it's time to make some more 'Current
eliminator' T-shirts, the one you sent back in 1995 I
think? has some holes, but I still wear it. I'll
throw out a $20 for a new one. Maybe Chip could come
up with a cool one showing the Killacycle, Current
Eliminator and the White Zombie all on one shirt?

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> Rush from the Tucson Electric Vech. club did a great
> job explaining my new
> S10 with pictures and captions.
> Thank You Very much, Dennis
> Berube
>
> http://teva2.com/berubes10.html
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In a message dated 9/26/2007 7:10:58 PM US Mountain Standard Time,
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> Re: [EVDL] Dennis Berubes S10.
> Date:9/26/2007 7:10:58 PM US Mountain Standard Time
> From:[email protected]
> Reply-to:[email protected]
> To:[email protected]
> Received from Internet:
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> Dennis,
> This is the first picture gallery I've seen of the
> S10, nice job! It's really amazing how quick you've
> increased your 1/4 mile times and I look for more
> improvements. Only one negative comment, I think you
> need a license plate that reflects your EV instead of
> the standard issue. I don't have any suggestions at
> this time, but I'm sure you can get a few from the EV
> group.
> Keep up the good work!
> Rod
It does have a new license plate coming,QUICKEV.......... Dennis
Berube
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nice build
going with some power lithiums might be the way to get the times down
further

Dan

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A very clean and good looking machine. Looking forward to how fast it
will ultimately go.

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Nice looking truck!
Thanks to you and the Tucson Electric Veh. Club for the link.

Dennis

-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2007 8:35 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: [EVDL] Dennis Berubes S10.

Rush from the Tucson Electric Vech. club did a great job explaining my
new
S10 with pictures and captions. Thank You Very much,
Dennis
Berube
http://teva2.com/berubes10.html

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In a message dated 9/26/2007 8:55:59 PM US Mountain Standard Time,
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> : [EVDL] Dennis Berubes S10.
> Date:9/26/2007 8:55:59 PM US Mountain Standard Time
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> nice build
> going with some power lithiums might be the way to get the times down
> further
>
> Dan
There is still more to extract with the hawkers but you are right this could
be a rocket with hi power batteries. I built the cage to NHRAs 8.50 spec. with
the idea of going that fast someday. I hope I can make this the 1st street
vech. in single digit in the qt. mi.
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> There is still more to extract with the hawkers but you are right this
> could
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>be a rocket with hi power batteries. I built the cage to NHRAs 8.50 spec. with
>the idea of going that fast someday. I hope I can make this the 1st street
>vech. in single digit in the qt. mi.
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hehe you'll need something drastic to go below 10 I think. but why not.
maybe an extra motor for front wheel drive and some lithiums

Dan

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In a message dated 9/27/2007 5:49:45 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
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There is still more to extract with the hawkers but you are right this could
be a rocket with hi power batteries. I built the cage to NHRAs 8.50 spec.
with
the idea of going that fast someday. I hope I can make this the 1st street
vech. in single digit in the qt. mi.

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Dennis, if you get scared when your truck starts to go real fast, I would
drive it for you.........please please please.

Still the old guy, but still likes to go fast.




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In a message dated 9/27/2007 6:00:38 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
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hehe you'll need something drastic to go below 10 I think. but why not.
maybe an extra motor for front wheel drive and some lithiums

Dan

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

If I remember correctly Dennis has a long version (about twice as long) of
the truck motor up on a shelf that I saw about a year ago when I was there.
How about it Dennis are you doing something with it you are not telling us
about?

Jim




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In a message dated 9/27/2007 6:14:48 AM US Mountain Standard Time,
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> nnis Berubes S10.
> Date:9/27/2007 6:14:48 AM US Mountain Standard Time
> From:[email protected]
> Reply-to:[email protected]
> To:[email protected]
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> In a message dated 9/27/2007 6:00:38 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
> [email protected] writes:
>
> hehe you'll need something drastic to go below 10 I think. but why not.
> maybe an extra motor for front wheel drive and some lithiums
>
> Dan
>
> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> If I remember correctly Dennis has a long version (about twice as long) of
> the truck motor up on a shelf that I saw about a year ago when I was there.
> How about it Dennis are you doing something with it you are not telling us
> about?
>
> Jim
>
**The motor in the truck now is just the its base motor.It was a quick build
up to get the truck on the street and track.I do however have a different
motor on the build bench now!!!
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WOW this is a beauty do you have room in your trailer
for it and CE when you come to Electric Dragin. I've
got a trailer maybe I could come over and bring one of
them???
look forward to your progress
Keith

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> In a message dated 9/27/2007 6:14:48 AM US Mountain
> Standard Time,
> [email protected] writes:
> > nnis Berubes S10.
> > Date:9/27/2007 6:14:48 AM US Mountain Standard
> Time
> > From:[email protected]
> > Reply-to:[email protected]
> > To:[email protected]
> > Received from Internet:
> >
> >
> >
> > In a message dated 9/27/2007 6:00:38 A.M. Pacific
> Daylight Time,
> > [email protected]xx writes:
> >
> > hehe you'll need something drastic to go below 10
> I think. but why not.
> > maybe an extra motor for front wheel drive and
> some lithiums
> >
> > Dan
> >
> > >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
> >
> > If I remember correctly Dennis has a long version
> (about twice as long) of
> > the truck motor up on a shelf that I saw about a
> year ago when I was there.
> > How about it Dennis are you doing something with
> it you are not telling us
> > about?
> >
> > Jim
> >
> **The motor in the truck now is just the its base
> motor.It was a quick build
> up to get the truck on the street and track.I do
> however have a different
> motor on the build bench now!!!
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I have seen a lot of the higher voltage cars have the typical NHRA
required disconnect switch on the back.
On a normal ICE Drag car, this is a 12 or 24 volt rated disconnect.
I was curious what the Dennis Berube, Shawn Lawless, John Wayland cars
were using with their 300V + systems.

Thanks;
Dennis

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Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2007 8:35 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: [EVDL] Dennis Berubes S10.

Rush from the Tucson Electric Vech. club did a great job explaining my
new
S10 with pictures and captions. Thank You Very much,
Dennis
Berube
http://teva2.com/berubes10.html

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In a message dated 11/2/2007 11:43:17 AM US Mountain Standard Time,
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> erubes S10.
> Date:11/2/2007 11:43:17 AM US Mountain Standard Time
> From:D[email protected]
> Reply-to:[email protected]
> To:[email protected]
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> I have seen a lot of the higher voltage cars have the typical NHRA
> required disconnect switch on the back.
> On a normal ICE Drag car, this is a 12 or 24 volt rated disconnect.
> I was curious what the Dennis Berube, Shawn Lawless, John Wayland cars
> were using with their 300V + systems.
>
> Thanks;
> Dennis
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2007 8:35 PM
> To: [email protected]
> Subject: [EVDL] Dennis Berubes S10.
>
> Rush from the Tucson Electric Vech. club did a great job explaining my
> new
> S10 with pictures and captions. Thank You Very much,
> Dennis
> Berube
> http://teva2.com/berubes10.html
>
I have a simple push off switch on the back of the truck for nhra that turns
off the dc to dc.Pulling it back on will not re energise the truck.The dc to
dc sends power to the zillas hairball which closes a relay that closes 3 sp
contactors.I suppose 1 or 2 contactors could stick but not 3. Trying to be
Safe. Dennis Berube
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