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Old 03-30-2009, 03:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Contest! Name Paul & Sabrina's controller


Because "Paul & Sabrina's open source electric motor controller project" doesn't quite have the roll-off-the-tongue catchiness of the well-known "Cursit" or "Zilla" controllers, we thought it would be a good idea to hold a contest to bestow a memorable moniker on the mighty mosfets-in-a-box!

We think a good name will give the project an identity and help spread the word. Branding, ftw!


... Are a couple of EcoModder window clings AND another mosfet will be donated to the controller project from EcoModder on your behalf (so you get to name it too! It's just like having a child and sending him/her off into forced labour. What could be more fun!)


I suggested Little Miss Mosfet (but my idea never wins, and I always seem to vote for the wrong stuff in polls, so you can ignore that).

Ben Nelson suggested "The Electric Cougar".

Don't like those? Well, whaddya got that's better, punk?! Let's hear 'em.

Latest mods: 3-cylinder Mitsubishi Mirage. EcoMods now in progress...
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has launched a forum for the efficient new Mitsubishi Mirage - fuel efficiency info for Geo Metro owners - electric car conversion on a beer budget

Last edited by MetroMPG; 04-01-2009 at 09:58 AM.. Reason: brand-name spelling mistake - Darin re-edited - the "Cursit" mistake was on purpose! That's what some people call 'em.
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