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Old 05-17-2012, 10:09 PM
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Default utilizing back emf to recharge? regen accel?

check out the video, not sure about this one, but it sounds very sound in theory.
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check out the video, not sure about this one, but it sounds very sound in theory.

You have got to be kidding!
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Old 05-18-2012, 06:15 AM
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A+++ video. Fast delivery. Would watch again!
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Old 05-18-2012, 08:57 AM
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A+++ video. Fast delivery. Would watch again!
there was a glitch in the matrix, stupid roadrunner high speed acting up again, for some reason half of my original post didn't post, including the link.
http://www.youtube.com/user/ThaneCHeins
there, try it now
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Old 05-18-2012, 08:58 AM
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Default Re: utilizing back emf to recharge? regen accel?

sorry bout that folks you have to remember, I am not an engineer, may be smoke in mirrors, but sure looks convincing.
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You have got to be kidding!
dunno, I would like to travel to canada and see it myself, I just got finished with a physical fitness test, I apologize for a late reply. I am on Cali time
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I don't have sound here, what's the gist?
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I don't have sound here, what's the gist?
he uses one motor, attatched to agenerator, with a coil in it. He reaches the terminal input speed normally. He then uses the generator to induce acceleration somehow "magic" thus driving both motors and providing a charge, seems small, so no bigtime overunity here. the generator once up to speed turns, then makes a charge to turn the other motor, since the motor is near it's terminal input speed. There are some things I do not understand, he can reach above the maximum rated terminal speed of the original motor "possibly because of lack of load?" I really don't know much about all of this, maybe someone else can chime in here?
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Oh...that guy.

All complete BS. He contradicts himself a dozen times during the infomercial.

The secret is likely a fat resistor that he bypasses when activating the magical 'regenerative drive' which makes it speed up.

Most of his claims are stupid things which amaze people who have never driven an electric, or thought about how they drive an ICE.

Things like, "Without adjusting the throttle, you can see the amount of power used decreases." Duh. If you floor an EV it ramps up to the controller's limit, then drifts down until you reach the steady state amperage. Similarly with a gas it takes X power to accelerate, then less to maintain that speed.

I had a hard time sitting through the whole video, because it was too painful to watch, yet hilarious at the same time.

And yet again, it's a Perpetual Motion guy that doesn't even claim it's Perpetual Motion. It's free energy that's 30% more efficient than normal energy.

If it's free, why isn't it infinite? Well, it's simple, really. 30% is easy to fake, infinite would be rather impossible. So we'll 'demonstrate' the 30% and imply the infinite. That's good enough, right?
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