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if you or someone you know, owns a motorcycle, a scooter or even a small car, you've probably noticed that it's easy to get stuck at traffic lights. ...
At most traffic lights and turn signals, you will notice a loop of wire buried in the pavement of the road near the stop line. This is called ...
Produce a very powerful field that increases the inductance in these traffic sensors, and causes the light to change! Here's how to do it...
2 Neodymium magnets. I chose two from CMS Magnetics that have a pulling force of over 6lbs each. I also bought a roll of heavy duty exterior mounting ...
After cutting off a small strip of tape, I attached it the magnets. Then I applied it to the bottom of our test scooter, perpendicular to the road.
Because magnets rust, I put them stacked together inside a waterproof, rust-proof, pill holder or Bison Tube and then stuck this to the bottom of the scooter. Should ...
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