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 Post subject: For CTEK / Porsche battery charger owners
PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2019 5:31 pm 
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Got two of these wall mounting brackets a few days ago and today I put them on the wall. Put on both the Porsche chargers that I use all the time for the 996 and 924S. Much better than having the chargers lying on the floor :idea:


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2019 7:31 pm 
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I learnt from some HiFi freaks, that electricity is more efficiant, smooth and well in tune , when cables are lying horizontal


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2019 11:27 pm 
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I've owned 7 porsches,
Never once needed a charger.

Not that there are any plug sockets outside my flat.

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A flat battery in a 996 is a total nightmare ! :lol:

These chargers are good ensuring your battery doesn't go flat especially if a car is not driven regularly and has an alarm etc which drain the battery pretty quickly.... I have also found that they prolong battery life , 996 battery lasted 8 years !!!! :shock:


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 1:07 pm 
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werk924/thomas wrote:
I learnt from some HiFi freaks, that electricity is more efficiant, smooth and well in tune , when cables are lying horizontal


Is this the same lot that claim that they can hear the difference their £2000 cable makes despite the signals being digital?

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:chase: yes , they can hear bad electrons and see dots in the laserlight


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werk924/thomas wrote:
:chase: yes , they can hear bad electrons and see dots in the laserlight


they delete emails to free up electrons dont they ? :lol:


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:chase: yes , they can hear bad electrons and see dots in the laserlight


Anyone remember the very expensive 'CD Pens' that you drew on the outside rim of your CDs with to make the lasers less 'jumpy'? :lol:

Or the HiFi cable that costs more than gold and makes the sound so smooth?

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pete wrote:
werk924/thomas wrote:
:chase: yes , they can hear bad electrons and see dots in the laserlight


Anyone remember the very expensive 'CD Pens' that you drew on the outside rim of your CDs with to make the lasers less 'jumpy'? :lol:

Or the HiFi cable that costs more than gold and makes the sound so smooth?


Expensive Cables and Pens - they both work dont they ...????? :scared: :scared:


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 2:50 pm 
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in opposite my house there resides a doctor, he is making a lot of money with electric experience called " bio resonance therapy". Selling simple laserpointers to the patients for a few 100 bucks.

So I thinking about to switch my bizz to magic audio cables and healthy laserpointers.
Or someone interested in floormats for a better boost, road handling and a longer life ?


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