has anybody installed this?

Discussion in 'Prius c Accessories and Modifications' started by fuhreshahh, Jun 15, 2013.

  1. fuhreshahh

    fuhreshahh New Member

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    Toyota Prius Voltage Stabilizer by NRG Innovation

    I'm wondering if its plug n play, also if its effective. Thanks
     
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    Go ahead. Let us know how it works. :rolleyes:
     
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    I like how the data chart is based on a Porsche 996 from 2004 :ROFLMAO:
     
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    Looks like snake oil to me. I think Prius owners are too smart to fall for this one.
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    Yeah, I was looking at that the other day and thought it was intriguing until I saw the "chart".
     
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    doesn't do too much if anything. had these installed in a few cars, they are pretty much just under the hood bling. same thing with ground wire kits. They work better with older cars.
     
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    From what I can figure, it's a battery stiffener like a cap for a high current stereo system.
    It stores and then releases voltage when system demand is higher :confused:
     
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