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A possible solution to this "EV motorcycle crashing problem", Bill Dube,
Father Time, etc. would bee to mount a Kill switch on the riders body and just
bee 4 the rider gets on the bike he would flip the switch.
Flipping the "Dube switch" would then bring out the 2X4 which would wake up
the rider BEFORE he gets on the bike.
This will bee known as "Flipping the DuBee" and engaging brain bee 4 you
ride.............could bee used for the street riders also.
Could very well save lives, equipment, and embarrassment.


Jim Ludiker...............still the old guy.


PS glad you didn't kill yourself bill, that would bee bad press.






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HI- Jim, I like your idea ,but it should be attached to computer key boards
as well, FT.


> [Original Message]
> From: <[email protected]>
> To: <[email protected]>
> Date: 9/15/2007 8:54:12 AM
> Subject: [EVDL] Bill Dube, Kill Switch...........................
>
> A possible solution to this "EV motorcycle crashing problem", Bill Dube,
> Father Time, etc. would bee to mount a Kill switch on the riders body and
just
> bee 4 the rider gets on the bike he would flip the switch.
> Flipping the "Dube switch" would then bring out the 2X4 which would wake
up
> the rider BEFORE he gets on the bike.
> This will bee known as "Flipping the DuBee" and engaging brain bee 4 you
> ride.............could bee used for the street riders also.
> Could very well save lives, equipment, and embarrassment.
>
>
> Jim Ludiker...............still the old guy.
>
>
> PS glad you didn't kill yourself bill, that would bee bad press.
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I want a KillBillaKillBox. An independant fail safe box that detects
excessive motor current while the brake light is on, and kicks out a
contactor. There must be a motor current threshhold that you'd cross as the
tire finds traction that you shouldn't cross during a normal burnout?
During the race, the brake light should go out before the current rises,
right? This would cover both the unexpected hookup case and a shorted
controller case where the rider would likely hit the brake, with no moving
parts aside from the contactor. This probably ought to be standard
equipment in any street bound EV. No time would be required for the driver
to react to an unexpected hookup during a burnout, and it would shut down on
the driver's first instinctive reaction in case of a short. I'd think it
would have made it possible for Bill to get the Killacycle stopped well
short of the van.

Marty

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Subject: Re: [EVDL] Bill Dube, Kill Switch...........................


> HI- Jim, I like your idea ,but it should be attached to computer key
> boards
> as well, FT.
>
>
>> [Original Message]
>> From: <[email protected]>
>> To: <[email protected]>
>> Date: 9/15/2007 8:54:12 AM
>> Subject: [EVDL] Bill Dube, Kill Switch...........................
>>
>> A possible solution to this "EV motorcycle crashing problem", Bill Dube,
>> Father Time, etc. would bee to mount a Kill switch on the riders body and
> just
>> bee 4 the rider gets on the bike he would flip the switch.
>> Flipping the "Dube switch" would then bring out the 2X4 which would wake
> up
>> the rider BEFORE he gets on the bike.
>> This will bee known as "Flipping the DuBee" and engaging brain bee 4 you
>> ride.............could bee used for the street riders also.
>> Could very well save lives, equipment, and embarrassment.
>>
>>
>> Jim Ludiker...............still the old guy.
>>
>>
>> PS glad you didn't kill yourself bill, that would bee bad press.
>>
>>
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