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Old 01-01-2003, 10:47 PM   #31
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Thought this was a good time to bring this back up.
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Old 01-02-2003, 12:01 AM   #32
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if u pug batries into fiying pan they go beter.
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Old 01-02-2003, 12:08 AM   #33
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also use spoonse on batrees for batree bar work good u mum hav lotz of spoonse she no notice my car got it fast even somkes when i turn iton it lots of poowear vrumm vroom

s.p dont tunch batrees spaking hurts my hand my dad had to taake mey to the hopspital caus i muy hair stik up cause of spark from spoon
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Old 01-02-2003, 10:08 AM   #34
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Default if u pug batries into fiying pan they go beter

NO, NO, NO, no!

Plug into wall socket, charge real fast! Put INTO pan so not start fire on carpet like me. I working on NEW idea for battereries, will post soon.
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Old 01-09-2003, 07:46 AM   #35
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try to run batteries charged from wall buttplug all melted can't find bic lighter to start gas truck
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Old 01-09-2003, 08:52 AM   #36
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Default bic lighter to start gas truck

bubbaicm;

Everybody know propane torch work MUCH better for starting Gas truck.

fasterdanu;

Yuo still think I stupid. Even me know spoons not real silver, NOt attract electricity good. That why I only use old pennies that real copper. You hurt hand you not smart. I even smart to not touch battereries while charging.

Batterery from Da's Motorbike not work good in my Car. Too heavy and squish car flat on ground. I think that maybe NOT need batereries at all. Just borrow cord from Da and make fit Motro in car. Just have to run car inside house.
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Old 01-09-2003, 10:07 AM   #37
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have no money for propane U used up remaning old pennies but have can of motor cleaner & bic lighter this get ting started
had better luck with steel pennies where weight not critical, and
much easer to arc weld plenty strong, spoon not forsilver spoon for airo dinamics- just put curved part out use plenty of tape

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ROTFLMAO!!!
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have you guys heard that microwaving your batteries give you more voltage? more run time too!!
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NOOOOO! Whatever u doo dontt put batry in microwayv. lots of spark fly out, microwayv make loud bang sound. then lights in house go off and mom get madd. u can put hook batry to motersykul batry and charg off that tho.batry get steeming hot, so i no i got up to opperayting temp.
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Oh my GOD!!!, I've created a Monster!!!!
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Monsters are always better than regular things right? nnow me batts got one mind of its own... make me faster around the track!

Maybe put a lawnmower engine in my car... i heard someone say only torque matters, and big engine give me big torque
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nah, de best thing to charge wifis radio station tower. me and my bor's tape dem to a stick and hold stick against tower forkes. Batteries glow all kinds of coloras. they them be fast. 500,000 watts good for something. squaril jumped on stick other day and touched them fork things. Poof he be gone! But there was this funny smell........
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One time my friend wanted to charge his 2 E-maxx batteries really quick and had one done, so i showed him to take that other pack and make a little adapter thingee... then i stuck the charged battery in teh other one and they were charging each other! Sparks flew and i knew they were in love! Now tehy had power to last all night long!
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Dude, you ever goto sleep! If it is 7:45 here on the east cost you are at least 5 hrs behind.
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