Author Topic: Car voltage stabalizer - increased HP, stereo clarity and so on. (lol)  (Read 2729 times)

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Offline ShiftPlusOne

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I laughed when I saw this, but is there anything to it?

http://adhoc-tech-sci.com/pd-vs-aa.html
 

Uncle Vernon

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I'll use one with my electric supercharger  http://www.gaprojects.com/supercharger/supercharger.htm gazillions of regulated horsepowers!   UV shakes his head in amazement at things people will bill buy.
 

Offline A-sic Enginerd

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As one being first a gearhead and second an electronics nerd.....I think I need to wash my eyes after looking at that. They feel soiled.
The more you learn, the more you realize just how little you really know.

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Online Zero999

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What a rip-off.

It's a myth that large capacitors help to improve the audio and a downright lie that connecting them to the cigarette lighter socket will do anything.
 

Offline ShiftPlusOne

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Yeah, I was baffled by how anyone could fall for that.
 

Offline Joshua

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You had me at 'Volt-au-miter'

I bet he actually does try and solder it to the battery. I do not feel like the man in the video is to blame, but the man who sold it, who surely knows he is scamming people. They are the kind of people that ruin stuff for the honest people
 

Offline ShiftPlusOne

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Nuh, don't get me wrong, nothing against M13, I just found the 'gadget' amusing.
 


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