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chaunb3400
10-23-2008, 09:25 PM
Is it possible to have your HU connected in such a way, that if a thief touched it with a metal screw driver that it would shock the F8CK out of them?? I have heard of something like this before, just seeing if anyone had any insight on it....

PhatTonyDeMarco
10-23-2008, 09:26 PM
No.

texicanz
10-23-2008, 09:53 PM
yeah if your there to shock them with a tesar gun while they unscrew the hu.

Sinister_kid
10-24-2008, 12:30 PM
not unless you leave a hot wire there and they stick the screw driver in it lol.

blackman
10-24-2008, 12:32 PM
if they are smart their screwdriver has a rubber handle. :D

SethPhillips
10-24-2008, 12:37 PM
the only thing that can even shock you a good amount on a vehicle is the coil/ignition system on a vehicle. 12v is not going to shock anyone...

if you really wish to do something like this. you need a power inverter wired to a trigger. and the wires from the plug out of the power inverter to the deck. need two contact strips on the deck. when they grab the deck and touch the 2 contact's there hand complete's the curcit and there zaaaaappped!

we do this same thing to door handles for an armory around here.
we put two contact's on each door handle, if there where ever to be a mob around the car and people trying to get in the car you arm the door handles with 10-60k volt's.

we do allot of MR gadget type stuff to these armord vehicles that go to diffrent country's. pretty cool stuff.

scoob8000
10-24-2008, 02:50 PM
Buy a couple cheap stun guns, dismantle and wire into both front seats. Have them wired up to a silent alarm. :D :D

CadillacMatt
10-24-2008, 11:23 PM
I want something like this on a hood ornament. :fyi:

I know that's gotta be possible.

blazeplacid
10-24-2008, 11:59 PM
its not the voltage that hurts as much as the current

140 amps at 14 volts will hurt

scoob8000
10-25-2008, 10:09 AM
its not the voltage that hurts as much as the current

140 amps at 14 volts will hurt

Go with 140 amps at 140 volts. You'll know if someone tried to steal your stuff, because you'll find his body in your drivers seat. :cool: :D

IgnoreMe
10-25-2008, 11:51 AM
its not the voltage that hurts as much as the current

140 amps at 14 volts will hurt

no it wont...itll kill you.

Haunz
10-25-2008, 01:34 PM
its not the voltage that hurts as much as the current

140 amps at 14 volts will hurt

14 volts wouldn't push 140 amps of current through your body dumb ***... I can touch the +'ve and -'ve on my on my car with my hands and I don't feel ****.. even hooking up 14v accross your tung will just give a strong tingle.. (although I've never tried this with a car batter, probably wouldn't recommend trying it)

ATF
10-29-2008, 03:28 AM
lol^

regal8r
10-29-2008, 03:33 AM
maybe some creative mounting of a few capacitors ;)

dragnix
10-29-2008, 03:34 AM
14 volts wouldn't push 140 amps of current through your body dumb ***... I can touch the +'ve and -'ve on my on my car with my hands and I don't feel ****.. even hooking up 14v accross your tung will just give a strong tingle.. (although I've never tried this with a car batter, probably wouldn't recommend trying it)

do it and make a vid

1 amp will stop your heart :fyi:

Alpineforever
10-29-2008, 03:50 AM
Unfortunately the current is going to have to pass through your heart to stop it and we human beings aren't exactly the most conductive things laying around. Last I heard we had about 1,000 Ohms of resistance in our body... which is why 12v doesn't do **** to us, even when we're wet.

dragnix
10-29-2008, 04:31 AM
i tend not to get electrical wires near my girl when she's wet

kush-divinity
10-29-2008, 07:45 AM
You guys are nuts, but anyways...

Hook up a relayed lead from your alarm, instead of a siren, have it open a dump valve (remote NOS style) on a bottle of pressurized chlorine gas under the seat. The nasty mess will corrode their skin, destroy their lungs, and then be gone in 10 mins so that you can drive home;)

P.S. Keep a tarp in da trunk for this situation, so you can drop his body off in beaner city.

Symon_say
11-02-2008, 11:38 AM
Just touch your ignition coil cable and you'll see if 12V dont do anything.

Or touch a cap terminal when it is charged.

In photo store i saw a guy (he was new) that was gonna take the film of a disposable camera, but he didnt know that the camera have a little cap inside, and his partner told him to otuch it to discharge the cap, and man that was a lot of fun, the guy gets a really nice shock from the cap, and ended in the floor cause of the surprise.

So you should be careful when you play with electricity, dont be afraid of it, but respect it cause there is when problems can came.