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Hyper Voltage System...? #189523 May 31, 7:32pm May 31, 7:32pm
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Hyper Voltage System...?
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The Hyper Voltage System Type HR 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 HR specialize sport driving and high rev. Performance with increase of horsepower.
Type HR Hyper Voltage System Effectiveness and Feature:
- Increase Horsepower
- Better Throttle Response
- Better Fuel Mileage
- Increase efficiency of electrical equipment
- Simple, easy installation
- Can be install in any cars, trucks, and SUVs


anyone got it? it seems intresting

Re: Hyper Voltage System...? [Re: ravadude338] #189524 May 31, 7:38pm May 31, 7:38pm

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wow looks interesting, is it the same function as a grounding kit? or better? confused

Re: Hyper Voltage System...? #189525 May 31, 8:18pm May 31, 8:18pm
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that would be cool if it actually works thumbsup reminds me of a grounding kit...


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Re: Hyper Voltage System...? [Re: Erick] #189526 May 31, 8:48pm May 31, 8:48pm
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Sounds like BS to me, but so does the grounding kit. Has anyone ever measured the impeadance of the chasis that grounding wire is supposed to eliminate? I'm sure it's negligible, or else Toyota would have taken care of it. I think I have measured the grounds on my multimeter. The resistance is next to nothing.. on the order of 2 ohms.

I really think a load matching device would already be installed if it were needed. This page doesn't offer any suggestion as to how this would work. Factories with hundres of motors and machines don't use anything like this, nor do large office buildings. I'm not going to mention things like "imaginary power consumption".


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