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Old 06-29-2013, 01:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Lightbulb Home made all "free" energy hybrid

I am new to this and wanted to know if it is possible to make a electric car with one of these "free" energy motors in the trunk to power the motor under the hood.
This is my thinking , convert old car to electric, but instead of having to plug it in, just install something like a magnet motor or one of the new "create electricity from the ether" machines that generates electricity in the trunk and drive till the tires fall off, or I get old and die.
And if so, where do I find the plans.
As I currently may not know enough about this subject, I ask if it is possible as I do not see why not. Or, maybe nobody thought of doing it yet, it seems like the logical thing to do, combine the electric motor with the "free", "unconventional" "new age" electric generating device and drive, drive, drive.
Or maybe even just install one of these new energy making machines in the trunk of a modern factory made electric car?
So PLEASE, tell me how to make it work, I think I can, I think I can. Thank You.
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No doubt, it is the logical thing to do. Get going on it and post pics please.
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The magnet goes on the other end of the car. Not in the trunk!



Then find a nice, big truck to latch onto next time you're on the highway. Once you're hooked, engine off... ∞ miles per gallon.
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But where's the ad? These posts usually have an ad for the "free" energy engine!

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Then you get good regen brakes on your electric car so you can charge the battery pack up by ridding the brakes as you drive then plug in and sell power back when you get home, you'll make it rich! you could be retired in just a few weeks.
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I don't have the skills to build one of those free energy motors, besides which I am sceptical that they even work.
So instead, I plan to run an inverter off my electric car's 12V battery and use that to charge the main battery while I drive.

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