|These pages were initially started as a website
that documents my experience building my own hybrid Honda Civic hybrid.
However, since I started working on it, it has grown to become a database
of technical information that I've gathered off the net and off HP (Honda
Performance) list postings. Inspired by the original
Honda Hybrid site, I also hoped that by doing this that eventually
I would come up with a source of information that would be useful
to anyone who intends to go the same way.
So, it was a surprise to me when Joe Rogers, the author
of the original Honda Hybrid
site e-mailed me and suggested that we could work together and instead
of duplicating material between our sites. That way, we can build a better
site, and make a stronger statement.
Anyway, we are now in the process of reorganizing both
our sites and give it a common look and feel, as well as adding new and
informative articles in the process. Hopefully, we'll be done by the end
of December 97.
Keep your eyes peeled for the new site soon!
|It was time to get some help with my hybrid
site. I had been thinking that for a while. I just happened upon Adrian's
own hybrid site while skimming the TOV
civic links page. I checked it out and was impressed at the information
he had collected. I also liked the way it looked. I thought about it overnight,
and decided to ask Adrian if he was interested in joining forces. Obviously,
he was interested.
Turns out we are really lucky. Not only does Adrian
have an excellent understanding of Honda hybrids and automotive performance,
he was also able to solve two of my hybrid page's biggest problems: disk
space and good graphic design. Adrian is a skilled graphic designer and
his site has plenty of available disk space.
Adrian and I have been discussing the future of our hybrid
page and the direction it should head. We are both very enthusiastic, but
we need your help. The sole purpose of our hybrid page is to benefit the
enthusiasts on the net. So send us your ideas, your questions, and wish
lists. We're ready.