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Re: when will led lamps go mainstream for auto's

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Joathan MacDonald

12-22-2011 14:52:38
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I know allot of new vehicles that have LEDs in them trucks cars and ect.... LED's arnt going to get you better fuel mileage... Sounds like something a salesman would say. (Fact) power train (electrical) in a veichles electrical mods wont give you more power. Alternator only spins as fast as the motor spins (LEDS or no LEDS) alternator just trickle charges whats there regardless of the draw on the batterys. You have to changes drivetrain to get better fuel mileage(motor, fuel delivery, air, etc. Only thing LEDs have as a pro on is they take less off a draw on your battery or batterys and produce a brighter light.

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soundguy

12-22-2011 16:52:23
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 Re: when will led lamps go mainstream for auto's in reply to Joathan MacDonald, 12-22-2011 14:52:38  
you obviously speak as a person with no electromechanical theory knowledge.

electrical load directly corelates to mechanical load.

the more electricity used by a vehicle, the more the alternator charges. the more the alt charges, the more of a mechanical load it is.. the more mechanical load, the more fuel used.

Ok rocketscientist.. look at a generator set.. you know.. portable one.. or heck.. even pto.

ever notice they will tell you fuel usage at half load, or full load.

ever notice the fuel usage goes up as load goes up.

simple physics.. no free lunch.. you use more electricity.. you use more fuel.

if you can reduce the incandescent load on a vehicle by replacing all but headlamps out with LED's then you an reduce overall fuel consumption...

sheesh.... this is high school level stuff here people....


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Jon mac

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 Re: when will led lamps go mainstream for auto's in reply to soundguy, 12-22-2011 16:52:23  
LMAOA LAMOA LAMO LAMO Change a car out with leds all the lights we will dyno it before and after. I want to see this. Everyone is going to laugh out you. Am i being punked right now like really!? Lmao you have no idea how a car electrical system works. Your idea is there if cars came with generators WITCH THEY USED TO. Generator in old cars would recharge loss voltage. Alternator only keep batterys up to par. You are so dumb just stop while your ahead leds will get me miliage.hahahahahahahahahaha Put down the pipe sir apparently its to strong for you. Me and the boys at the shop are going to laugh about this tomarrow. Leds will make your car in to a 9 sec track car. Did you come up with the muffler bearing joke too

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soundguy

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 Re: when will led lamps go mainstream for auto's in reply to Jon mac, 12-22-2011 20:56:25  
you have a serious lack of reading comprehension.. perhaps comprehension in general.

I never said that an electricity savings would make a car go faster or dyno higher. I said that when using less electricity, it will use less fuel.

it's simple high school physics.

there is no free lunch.

the electrical load the alternator see's is directly related to it's mechanical load on the engine. same with a generator..

I'd wager I understand motive electrons better than you.... so you have an engineering degree right? I do....

soundguy

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