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Old August 28th, 2015   #21
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Black Helicopters are no longer in use.
With the Hover Conversion™ kit installed the Flux Capacitor is the preferred method of flyover.

Think drone on steroids, very hush-hush.
Not so hush-hush. I heard several this afternoon, masquerading as cicadas.

Where and how did they manage to mount the 2.2 gigawatt power supply for the Flux Capacitor? And how'd they get enough thrust to get and keep it airborne?

"I'm givin' her all I've got, Cap'n but I dinna think she's gonna make it. The dilithium crystals are breaking up!"
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Not so hush-hush. I heard several this afternoon, masquerading as cicadas.

Where and how did they manage to mount the 2.2 gigawatt power supply for the Flux Capacitor? And how'd they get enough thrust to get and keep it airborne?

"I'm givin' her all I've got, Cap'n but I dinna think she's gonna make it. The dilithium crystals are breaking up!"
Masquerading as a prehistoric bug is a clear indication you are under observation. Yes I looked it up.
Offer no resistance.
The next sound you hear, probably the last, will be the flash bang shattering the window.

I thought the Flux Capacitor only required 1.2 gigawatt.
In any event 2.2 gigawatt is the amateur hour for Mr. Fusion™ with the Hover Conversion™ on the Flux Capacitor, available in 2015.


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Old August 29th, 2015   #23
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I'm curious...what can we do with a dash shelf?
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Old August 29th, 2015   #24
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I'm curious...what can we do with a dash shelf?
Mount all kinds o' stuff on or under it. Radar detectors, GPS, volt meters, radios, are among the more common / popular encumbrances you'll see int he photos.

Think of all the times you've wished for a handy flat spot somewhere to put something in a convenient yet not overly obtrusive or positioned such that you have to take your eyes off the road for more than a split second.
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After you ask yourself "where am I going to mount all this stuff"?

The Dash Shelf - Don't mount stuff without one.

At one time or another XM Radio, a countdown/up clock, volt meter, see-able turn signal LED's, a tank bag/map light, a route chart holder, Sigma speedo/odometer or two, the GPS, the controller box for the heated gear, Flat Stanley rode the LOE rally with me a chief navigator attached to the front edge of the countdown clock so he could point the way. Not all of it at one time mind you but with a wide array of Ram Mounts just about anything can join in on the adventure.


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And, it puts stuff up into your field of vision so you don't have to take your eyes off the road as much.
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