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bascially what this product as mention in the web site tries to recover the battery to a newer state.

 

I would like you to tell all of us how this product will recover the battery to a "newer state". What is a newer state and what is the process that the gizmo accomplishes?

 

... as a new battery, most will experience a powerful ride as compare to the older battery. thus with this, the battery are now better and many will feel a much smoother and powerful ride.

 

Please explain how a battery can affect power when the power is supplied by an internal combustion engine.

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Hi Wayne,

 

I hope we can meet up someday. then i can show you how this product work.

 

just a tinkle... those who make battery will not make battery that is able to last forever, else how can they survive?

 

bascially what this product as mention in the web site tries to recover the battery to a newer state. as a new battery, most will experience a powerful ride as compare to the older battery. thus with this, the battery are now better and many will feel a much smoother and powerful ride.

 

drop me a pm if you wish to meet up. thanks

 

isn't the batt supposeed to be on the receiving end when the engine is started???

how does a 12V batt over comes a 13~14V???

shouldn't the alternator be taking over the job of supplying current to the bike from the batt after its started???

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I would like you to tell all of us how this product will recover the battery to a "newer state". What is a newer state and what is the process that the gizmo accomplishes?

 

 

 

Please explain how a battery can affect power when the power is supplied by an internal combustion engine.

 

how can battery affect power??? hmm.... actually i was just wondering.. is there a battery in motogp bikes???

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Each of its own.......your rights to chosse which side you want to be.....im no child....you mind your words....

 

Thanks....this "discussion thread" has been a flaming thread....*mods,i think need to close this thread...

 

why need to close this thread when it's full of info... or maybe you jus cant accept the fact that you spent $$ on some useless stuff.. face the facts!!! :cheeky:

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Hi Wayne,

 

I hope we can meet up someday. then i can show you how this product work.

 

just a tinkle... those who make battery will not make battery that is able to last forever, else how can they survive?

 

bascially what this product as mention in the web site tries to recover the battery to a newer state. as a new battery, most will experience a powerful ride as compare to the older battery. thus with this, the battery are now better and many will feel a much smoother and powerful ride.

 

drop me a pm if you wish to meet up. thanks

 

 

 

it's all in your mind... you read up about this thing which is good.. save up to buy it... bought it... installed it.... hmm... it's good!!! definitely good!!! cos if you say it's not good... it's like slapping yourself!!!

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why need to close this thread when it's full of info... or maybe you jus cant accept the fact that you spent $$ on some useless stuff.. face the facts!!! :cheeky:

 

im enjoying the stuff bi-tch!

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I would like you to tell all of us how this product will recover the battery to a "newer state". What is a newer state and what is the process that the gizmo accomplishes?

 

Please explain how a battery can affect power when the power is supplied by an internal combustion engine.

 

Maxzonepower... you have never answered my questions? Wazzup? Simple questions, no? You state that your gadget recovers a battery to a "newer state". So how? How about just one question at a time? Can you answer this one?

 

TIA

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look at the setup u did for your bike..none related to performance...

Performance has alot of definitions/levels....

 

So to your ears,performance is : high-comp head,performance valve,big bore pistons,uprated carbs with performance jets,port & polish port,aftermarket exhaust?all these i've done to my previous runner,and this a major MODs a.k.a daddy mods...im not a stranger to this.....Been there done that!

 

For this phantom,im looking forward to add gadgets to increase performance/and get good FC when not throttle happy by not disturbing the engine at all....so call baby mods!

Get best performance without engine failure and effect reliablity/efficiency of the engine...

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Performance has alot of definitions/levels....

 

So to your ears,performance is : high-comp head,performance valve,big bore pistons,uprated carbs with performance jets,port & polish port,aftermarket exhaust?all these i've done to my previous runner,and this a major MODs a.k.a daddy mods...im not a stranger to this.....Been there done that!

 

For this phantom,im looking forward to add gadgets to increase performance/and get good FC when not throttle happy by not disturbing the engine at all....so call baby mods!

Get best performance without engine failure and effect efficiency of the engine...

 

how much increase in FC you got from phantom???

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Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, Rice University, 1997, ABET certified. When I finished I realized that I should have been a mechanical engineer but somehow I am living with it.

 

Yes, the snake oil boys are alive and well and it seems that Singapore is filled with gullible people willing to slap down a $100 for something that has no basis in physical principles or actual independent tested reality.

 

Scammers in Singapore live behind the defamation laws. It is extremely hard to shut down obvious scams because it is always up to the accuser to prove the scam. I can offer you a box that will give you 200 miles per litre of petrol... should you call me a liar or a thief I can sue you... then you get the expense of proving that I am a liar or a thief.

 

There are consumer protection laws in Singapore, of which websites like the maxzonepower would appear to be in violation but the fundamental problem in Singapore law when it comes to consumer protection is that the seller is assumed to be telling the truth until proven otherwise.

 

May i ask, in your opinion,

straight grounding cables to the +ve ( i mean in real +ve pole, not the convention used on automotive which is -ve instead ) body of the spark plug,

1) will it actually provide extra significant potential difference ?

2) In your opinion, will it provide a stronger spark ?

 

just wanna get your honest opinion, hope u can help me out

 

any way to test this out ?

how to handle the huge voltage if i wanna measure it ?

 

juz plug on a voltmeter between the spark cable and the -ve pole on the battery and hope i dun get fried ? :giddy: :dozed: :faint:

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by the way... raizin voltage stab how much??? comes with grounding cables???

 

wanna try this useless thing out...

 

Hey.......... Mate

 

I have some Voltage Stabliser, make in korea if u r keen to test - may i loan u a set wif grounding cables as well - do call me ok - 93891138.

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Could be related but is a voltage stabiliser the same as this battery eliminator:

 

http://motorcycle-battery-eliminator.com/

 

I've actually purchased that for my 250cc 2 stroker. It worked (meaning I can start and ride my bike without a battery) but unfortunately when I switch on the headlight the power drain is too much and the bike stalls.

 

Since I seldom ride my 2 stroker, the battery on it invariably began to degrade. It was quite unrideable with the dying battery (even after a fresh charge) and worst still if I on my headlights. Another weird symptom my bike will display is that the rpm will jump when the electrical load is heavy (e.g. 1200 rpm idle w/o headlights, 2200 rpm idle when I on the headlights). This is purely a display error, as the engine noise do not increase correspondingly.

 

Then I got an idea and hook ** the battery eliminator in parallel with the dying battery. 2 observations:

 

1. The voltage reading is very much stabilised, as displayed by the onboard voltmeter

 

2. the tacho, though still display a jump in rpm when I switch on the headlight, fluctuates less.

 

And more importantly, it enabled me to ride my 2 stroker for 3 weeks on a dying/dead battery...hehe...

 

Any thoughts? Is this battery eliminator just another kind of volatge stabilizer?

 

 

I tried it without teh battery and the headlight instantly stabilize with no more flickering following the RPM as before. But now I connect it parallel to the battery since my battery is still good. In case, the battery died, I have a back ** no-batt-system. :) BTW my GT250 is 30 years old. :)

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The "no battery system" is just a capacitor; it discharges nearly instantly and acts merely as an accumulator of sorts on the bike. It is incapable of replacing your battery.

 

It will not store a charge THAT long, I'll say it would probably be enough to s**ply a co**le of cycles (a few seconds, to be exact) **on engine cutoff without any incoming current.

 

I tried it without teh battery and the headlight instantly stabilize with no more flickering following the RPM as before. But now I connect it parallel to the battery since my battery is still good. In case, the battery died, I have a back ** no-batt-system. :) BTW my GT250 is 30 years old. :)

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I would honestly have to see this to believe this. The only possible way to increase a full 33% in mileage would usually be done by a highly tuned caburettor, at the expense of horsepower. And also the reduction of loading/weight on the vehicle but I honestly doubt it.

 

If this mini-mods can raise a Phantom 200 mileage to match a k** kia, the entire system could be sold to all other Phantoms for a tidy profit in my opinion. Perhaps you might wish to show how you did it to everyone, so that at least others would not think this is a bluff?

 

From 33km/l to 44km/l....

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The "no battery system" is just a capacitor; it discharges nearly instantly and acts merely as an accumulator of sorts on the bike. It is incapable of replacing your battery.

 

It will not store a charge THAT long, I'll say it would probably be enough to s**ply a co**le of cycles (a few seconds, to be exact) **on engine cutoff without any incoming current.

 

As long as it does not fry my bulbs (by stabilizing the voltage) and I can kick start and ride the bike, I am happy. I think I will keep the battery on the bike as this bike has no regulator (only equipped with a rectifier) the battery act as a reservoir or regulator.

Thanks for the feedback.

 

Note for others, we are referring to the bat-pac aka battery eliminator :)

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