Welcome to the club! They've denied every project I've submitted to them without rhyme or reason (other than the boilerplate). I really wonder what the secret is!turbo2ltr wrote:Funny, I actually applied and they denied me.QueenBee wrote:KickStarter could be a good way to get this project off the ground by getting solid presales. If there was enough real interest then you can build it, if there isn't then both sides don't take any risk.
There is no downside for them accepting all projects (within reason) so I don't understand their reasoning. This project is very in line with some of the other projects that were accepted..Thank you for taking the time to share your idea. Unfortunately, this isn't the right fit for Kickstarter. We receive many project proposals daily and review them all with great care and appreciation. We see a wide variety of inspiring ideas, and while we value each one's uniqueness and creativity, Kickstarter is not the right platform for all of them. We wish you the best of luck as you continue to pursue your endeavor.
So now, as a web dev, a kickstarter clone that does not discriminate is on my "future projects" list.. lol
cdub wrote:I'm still confused how it would all work. (sorry) There's a port under the dash? Is that for diagnostics or something?
+1mogur wrote:Wow! Talk about distracted driving!
TEG wrote:That is like the digital SOC gauge I have in my old Ford RangerEV.turbo2ltr wrote:It will sit in the most forward area of the center console (behind the cup holder)
z0ner wrote:Those last two bars (after the firmware update) are absolutely horrible at determining remaining juice. I wouldn't be surprised if they held 25% SOC.
mwalsh wrote:+1. I won't take the update. I won't! I won't! Make me take it and I'll hold my breath until I turn blue!z0ner wrote:Those last two bars (after the firmware update) are absolutely horrible at determining remaining juice. I wouldn't be surprised if they held 25% SOC.