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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-21-2011, 01:46 PM Thread Starter
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Very interested in wiring a capacitor to the '01 vn750. Anyone know the specs of the capacitor in which i would need. Thanx very much in advance.
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Where are you going to put the capacitor in the electrical system?

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Where are you going to put the capacitor in the electrical system?
I put my flux capacitor behind the side cover and out of view. Don't want anyone figuring out how to use it and go back in time to mess stuff up.
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I put my flux capacitor behind the side cover and out of view. Don't want anyone figuring out how to use it and go back in time to mess stuff up.
yeah but this bike really screams at 88mph
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88mph is ideal. With our weak stators, you'll need to go all LED to get the 1.21 GW required at that speed.

What's up doc? ... bunch o' smart arses uh? What's the cap for? Maybe a sound system?

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I had to adjust my flux capacitor to 100 because I got up to 88mph too fast and traveled back in time 10 minutes before I really wanted to and almost met myself, nearly causing a paradox...

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88mph is ideal. With our weak stators, you'll need to go all LED to get the 1.21 GW required at that speed.

What's up doc? ... bunch o' smart arses uh? What's the cap for? Maybe a sound system?
lol, I thought the original post was talking about a flux capacitor ha ha, just noticed that it didn't actually SAY flux tho . Ok, seriously (cough... serious expression) how can we help with the capacitor?

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I think that he wants a theft deturent or just a keep hands off devise.

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I think that he wants a theft deturent or just a keep hands off devise.
Try one of these.
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Yup... that'll deter... fer seure.

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Sorry for the late rseponse. The idea is to replace the battery with a small capacitor. It was an idea I was flirting with, well it turns out alota people are doin it. I would like to know which one is best for our bikes. There are kits but its much cheaper to buy the capacitor alone.
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