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Millennial Motors Inc:magnetronic Motor - Phase - 06-18-2007

Millennial Motors Inc:Magnetronic Motor

The patent-pending Magnetronic Motor is said to use a small amount of magnetic force to control a large amount of magnetic force.

Over the past 30 years, the inventors have built around twenty prototypes, and are presently putting the finishing touches on a production prototype, which they plan to introduce first to distributors, which they are beginning to sign up.

The company is planning a $15,000 retrofit to replace rear-wheel drive vehicle's engines with the Magnetronic motor, which -- according to company predictions -- will give the vehicle a range of 500 miles per charge.

Dennis Palmer, the inventor, estimates that a two year return on investment could be had for anyone who meets or exceeds roughly 200 miles per day, with fuel costing around $2.50 per gallon, on a vehicle that gets 25 mpg.

Once enough motors are in circulation, Palmer envisions then introducing and upgrade that will provide surprisingly better performance, on a system that was already cost-competitive.

More info: http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Mil...gnetronic_Motor


Millennial Motors Inc:magnetronic Motor - markj113 - 06-20-2007

"with fuel costing around $2.50 per gallon"

Try living in the UK - Not far off £5 or $10 a gallon :mad: