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IDemo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-19-10 09:00 PM
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10. I'd like to see this concept gain more traction -->
It turns a conventional gas or diesel car into a plug-in hybrid at much less than the cost of a new vehicle,
as well as saving the energy cost of building that new vehicle:

http://www.poulsenhybrid.com /
The patented system incorporates powerful electric motors which are mounted externally on the rear wheels of a conventional car.
It works equally well with rear and all wheel drive vehicles, and gasoline, diesel, or natural gas fuels.






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