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Old 10-08-2012, 08:45 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by 02Zetechse View Post
Lets see its apples to oranges

Alternators create current and voltage
Battery is a high capacity storage device that has a slower discharge rate
Wire... Serves no other purpose but to "transport " both amperage and voltage ..

A cap is a Low capacity fast discharge device .

I fail to see the connection your trying to make

You claim your not "convinced" , there is a lot of hard mathematical information proving why they are useless . What hard proof do you have they are as u stated "efficient "
ok i think were just going to keep hitting heads here on this topic. i have no hard proof that they work over not having one, other then the when sitting in the car with the system blasted and my car not being depleted of its life.
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