Awesome. It's nice to see someone actually going out and building some of the devices I've cooked up on my doodle-pad.
A couple of my other "inventions":
- The ol' Flare Grid, a grid of magnesium wires (or strips) that has a heating element attached to it. Normally folded down and disguised as an innocent luggage rack, the spring-loaded grid can be popped up to an upright position via a release cable in the passenger compartment. It is then ignited by the heating element, searing the retinas of and blinding anyone in a pursuing vehicle with a blaze of white light brighter than the sun. It only works at night, though.
- The ol' Microwave Array. This one requires some serious body work to install. It involves the use of several salvaged microwave emitters harvested from ovens, installing them in the rear end of the vehicle arranged so as to focus a blast of microwave energy on the pursuing vehicle's engine compartment and fry its electrical and ignition system. Ever put a piece of metal in a microwave oven? 'Nuff said.
/Evil Engineering School
Love the screen name, BTW.
The reflected microwave energy would be too dispersed to cause any damage to the user's vehicle. But get that shiat bouncing around in an engine compartment, and it's nighty-night, copper!
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