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EV Builder's Guide Magazine

2 issues per year   |  English 0 Reviews   •  English   •   Aviation & Transport (Automotive) From $7.00 per issue
EV Builder's Guide is a publication based solely on the lifestyle surrounding vehicles that have had a combustion engine removed and replaced with an electric motor. Our editorial team has been given the green light to scour the country in search of the highest quality hot rods that burn 0 miles per gallon. We also travelled across the country to experience the first-ever Holley High-Voltage EV fest in California. To add to our journalistic integrity. We have signed up to become official EV certified technicians through the national EV certification network that Legacy EV has established. With this training, our team will have the core knowledge it takes to explain the engineering and document our discoveries. These are exciting times and we’re proud to be at the forefront of electric vehicle journalism.
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EV Builder's Guide

EVBG-Spring 24 EV Builder's Guide Spring 2024 - Explore the latest in EV innovation with EV Builders Guide magazine's newest issue! Upgrade your EV build with top products featured in 'Newest Parts for Your EV.' Learn how educational institutions are addressing the EV technician labor gap in 'Untapped Potential.' Immerse yourself in the world of remarkable electric vehicles like the 'TESTA E-Testarossa' and 'Silver Scorpion' in our features section. Take an exclusive look inside Lunaz, where automotive heritage meets tomorrow's technology, and witness the quiet revolution of a Defender's electric conversion. Follow Bucky 'Shotty' Howard's thrilling journey with the 2020 Tesla Model 3 SR+ in 'Still OUTAGAZ!' and explore the future of racing with Lucy Block. Experience the electrifying showcases at SEMA and Electrify Expo Austin, and gain insights into electrical bonding and 12V systems in HV vehicles in our Tech section. Engage with captivating stories, expert advice, and stay updated with the latest industry directory. The issue begins with a personal 'Letter from the Editor' and concludes with the 'Last Words' section. Don't miss out on this exciting issue packed with inspiration, information, and all things EV!


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EV Builder's Guide Spring 2024 - Explore the latest in EV innovation with EV Builders Guide magazine's newest issue! Upgrade your EV build with top products featured in 'Newest Parts for Your EV.' Learn how educational institutions are addressing the EV technician labor gap in 'Untapped Potential.' Immerse yourself in the world of remarkable electric vehicles like the 'TESTA E-Testarossa' and 'Silver Scorpion' in our features section. Take an exclusive look inside Lunaz, where automotive heritage meets tomorrow's technology, and witness the quiet revolution of a Defender's electric conversion. Follow Bucky 'Shotty' Howard's thrilling journey with the 2020 Tesla Model 3 SR+ in 'Still OUTAGAZ!' and explore the future of racing with Lucy Block.

Experience the electrifying showcases at SEMA and Electrify Expo Austin, and gain insights into electrical bonding and 12V systems in HV vehicles in our Tech section. Engage with captivating stories, expert advice, and stay updated with the latest industry directory. The issue begins with a personal 'Letter from the Editor' and concludes with the 'Last Words' section. Don't miss out on this exciting issue packed with inspiration, information, and all things EV!
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EV Builder's Guide is a publication based solely on the lifestyle surrounding vehicles that have had a combustion engine removed and replaced with an electric motor. Our editorial team has been given the green light to scour the country in search of the highest quality hot rods that burn 0 miles per gallon. We also travelled across the country to experience the first-ever Holley High-Voltage EV fest in California. To add to our journalistic integrity. We have signed up to become official EV certified technicians through the national EV certification network that Legacy EV has established. With this training, our team will have the core knowledge it takes to explain the engineering and document our discoveries. These are exciting times and we’re proud to be at the forefront of electric vehicle journalism.

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