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May 19, 11:07pm - #181698 
Dose Hyper Voltage work?

Has anyone here tried the Hyper Voltage system? Dose it live up to it's claims of:

*Increased torque
*Increased throttle response
*Brighter headlights
*Reduced audio noise
*Improved fuel efficiency
*Longer battery life

http://www.sunautomobile.com/

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May 20, 9:58am - #181699 
I've read it is good combination with a ground wire setup.

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May 20, 9:59am - #181700 
what is it? just a grounding kit?

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May 20, 12:06pm - #181701 
According to this site it is different from ground wires and shows the most benefit when used with ground wires.

Everything I've read so far is short on hard technical facts to back up the claims, but it sounds like it has potential (no pun intended) wink

http://www.minitruckinweb.com/tech/0401mt_sot/

Hyper Voltage System will increase of both horsepower and torque

The Hyper Voltage System is to stabilize the flow of the voltage from the battery. By stabilizing the voltage from the battery, the load on the battery is reduced, resulting in increasing engine Performance and electrical equipment.

TYPE MR increase Multi-range rev power and torque
TYPE LR increase Low and mid range rev power and torque
TYPE HR increase Sport driving and high rev power and torque

http://www.eautoworks.com/html/ape-auto~performance-Hyper~Voltage~System.htm

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May 20, 1:44pm - #181702 
thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup Get it!!!

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May 20, 5:01pm - #181703 
You've peaked my interest. I'll keep checking this post, and do a little research on my own to see what I can find. If it's on the net, I can find it.


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May 20, 5:37pm - #181704 
its kinda like puting a capacitor inline with your amp... it just maintains voltage, so you dont loose power and loose sound quality/bass (if your running it to your subs)

id say hit that, you will also have to hit a ground wire set up, but those arent expensive, for apparent gains

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May 20, 8:12pm - #181705 
Isn't there a Celica site selling a cheaper version of the ground wire set up? I'm not sure which site it is. Anyone know?


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May 20, 8:15pm - #181706 
Never mind! Got it! Cheap Ground Wire Kit


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May 20, 8:29pm - #181707 
Did you see that in the import tuner mag?


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May 20, 8:30pm - #181708 
they're just ground wires... you can make 'em yourself instead of paying $115 for Hyper Ground wires like i did.

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May 20, 8:56pm - #181709 
Hyper Voltage is not the same as thing as Ground wires.

Did see it in the Import Tunner mag, they seemed to think it works.

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May 20, 8:57pm - #181710 
You are right about the ground wires, you can easily and far more cheaply make them yourself.

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Jul 29, 12:20am - #181711 
Decided to just take the risk and get the HyperVoltage MR (Multi Range) unit and glad that I did, noticeably increased pull, and engine runs smother through out the rev range especially from 6.2 to 8.3K.

Easy install, only two wires, 15 min of work. Took a few runs for the ECU to recalibrate from the battery disconnection during install, after that it was all good.

About the same increase in power that I experienced with just the ground wires, not huge but definitely there.

So to answer my own question; I'd say yes.

got it from:

http://www.rxecret7.com/hyvopa.html

Yeah, I know it's an RX-7 site but hey they had the cheapest price I could find.

$150 plus $10 shipping.

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Jul 29, 2:49am - #181712 
Its all crap; perfect for the herbal people.
http://www.rxecret7.com/groundsys.html

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Jul 29, 4:51am - #181713 
I might try this too... nice find wave


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Jul 29, 12:43pm - #181714 
doubt it's any different than the TeamCelica grounding kit I have but I'm glad you're pleased with it...

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