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EMF in cars....

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Hope, Nov 12, 2013.

  1. ElectricUniverse

    ElectricUniverse New Member

    You make a good point-- it definitely could matter a great deal where you are testing the vehicle.

    Unless you live under a rock in the remote outback you are always exposed to varying levels of ambient nnEMF. That is likely to confound any reliable meter measurements in and around a vehicle (applies especially to MW/RF radiation these days).
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  2. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Yes sure. I had to test drive near my home and test again. And at the car store there were high pulsed RF that were not from the car, because as we shut down the motor they were still present. And when I was close to my home those RF were not there anymore, even when car was running. So yes, it is important to drive around a little and try at different remote places away from celltowers.
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  3. Martha Ray

    Martha Ray Martha Ray, New Member

    Sure that makes sense... Is there a recommended meter to use in cars and homes?...too many choices of bells and whistles... prefer simple to use and moderate in price What do you use?
  4. Inger

    Inger Silver

    I use the ESI24
  5. Martha Ray

    Martha Ray Martha Ray, New Member

    Currently unavailable on Amazon as of March 1, 2020 $274.00 on Emf Shielding -- Will shop around some...

    Has it been easy to use?
  6. Dan2

    Dan2 New Member

    Mahindra Roxor


    "On March 2, 2018, Mahindra Automotive North America unveiled a variant of the Thar for United States market called the Roxor at its assembly plant in Auburn Hills, Michigan. It is assembled from complete knock-down kits. Unlike the Thar, the Roxor is not street legal, and is positioned as a side-by-side off-road vehicle with a top speed of 45 mph. The Roxor is powered by a 2.5L turbodiesel, four-cylinder engine producing 62 hp and 144 lb-ft of torque, mated to a five-speed manual transmission. An automatic transmission is available as an option. It is only available with two seats, a 148-inch body length, and a 96-inch wheelbase.[2]"

    No anti-lock brakes, says top speed 55 mph here, 144 ft lbs torque, 3490 lb towing capacity, max towing speed 15 mph. Maybe not the best for taking a camper on a road trip.
    Starting price MSRP $16,599 US

    How to make it street legal

    How to remove the speed limiter so it can go 70 mph+


    Last edited: Aug 5, 2020
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