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WARNING!!! ONLY FOR COMPUTERS WITH 2.9 Ghz QUAD CORES AND ABOVE!! A i5 OR i7!!!!!!
Today we are blowing up a LiFePO4 winston thunder sky 12V with 22KV!(thats the boost power), and 220 V(the normal power)
Use P to turn on and off the power supply, use enter and hold it for 1 second to use the 22 KV booster! do not turn off wind or the smoke doesnt work!
Also it will swallow like a real battery that is going to explode.
Hope you like it!:D
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Don't you mean 22KW (kilowatts)? "Watts" is a unit of power (E*I). And 22KV (22000 volts) just doesn't seem right for this application of blowing up a 12V battery!
originally this idea came from a video on youtube wich showed the safety things on a battery, and they put on 220 volts on the poles. So i thought: what will happen if i put 22000 volts on a 12V battery instead of 220?
So basically its like a simulation of blowing up that battery with 220V safety, by using 22000 volts(22KV). xD it was a kinda funny idea, but i really didn't expect it came out so well.:D and btw: im not really good with volts and watts and stuff so blame me if i did stuff wrong with that xD
No problem! I just wanted to clarify if what you said was correct, or if you made an error.

Blowing up a 12V battery by applying 22KV sounds like fun, but I would want to hide behind a brick wall before doing that! :lol:
lel me too xD
dang this is so old! i actually did this in real life not long after i made this. Its so satisfying to see a giant white cloud rise up in the air..
You actually applied 22KV to a battery? :o Where did you get a 22KV power supply that can generate that much voltage? :huh: