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Gas Saving Carpoon


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Save fuel and protect the environment. Type III Superconducting electro magnetic device attaches to unsuspecting car or truck to allow safe, efficient shadow riding. Ride up to a car. Launch tag. Turn on Electro Magnet. Draft car and shut off engine. Quick release safety lever allows for no hassle detach from connection. Recommended for long highway rides. Magnetic tag launcher installs easily on any bike, via suction cups or handlebar mounts. Detailed instructions show step-by-step procedure to ensure accurate aim and delivery of magno-adhesive tags. Superconducting base unit, exclusively produced by Sumitomo Electric Industries, mounts to the tank and operates on the principle of quantitized magnetic flux that provides solid magnetic connection between base and tag, without interfering with other on-board electronic devices. Maintains 20 foot buffer zone between bike and host vehicle. Experience the silence of engine-off riding and unbelievable gas mileage, too. Includes: launcher with six magno-adhesive tags, Superconducting Electro Magnet, Instructions. 12V. 72A.

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Manufacturer Walnut


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Customer Reviews (2)

Watch your aim...Review by Frodo
Do watch which car you shoot at. So far old people in Winnebagos is the safest. Dull but safe. Young asian kids in hopped up import cars can make for a very, very interesting ride. Also you should have some sort of aiming reticle, since missing a Winnebago and locking onto a police car doing a code 3 is one hell of a scary ride. And avoid latching onto Crown Victorias, Impalas, Chargers and the like, in the event that they may be police ghost cars. Also placing the disengage button within reach of a pair of hands in a death grip on the bars is a good idea too, Otherwise an awesome product. (Posted on 4/16/11)
Launch Button MountingReview by Smitty814
The unit mounts in no time, instructions are clear and concise. Wiring took some time, each time I powered the unit up my garage door would close. Once the proper fuse was fit I was off and running. The problem was where to mount the launch button. After careful planning I mounted it just below the starter button. Here is when the problem manifested. I hopped on the bike, pressed what I thought was the starter and inadvertently shot the dog. Not realizing what I had done I pressed it again and shot the neighbor. The police seem to have some doubts with my story, and long story short, they said I'll be out and riding again in 15 to 30 years.

Thanks Aerostitch, another fine product... (Posted on 1/18/10)