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How To Make Your E-bike Go Faster

There’s a lot of videos on Youtube showing you how to make your E-bike go faster.

Are they real? Does any of this work? I don’t know. I don’t have an E-bike to try it on.

Be warned that you may be breaking the law in your country by travelling more than 28 Km/H on an E-bike. You’ll definitively void your warranty by tampering with its electronics and who knows, you may completely wreck your E-Bike.

But if you’re one of those brave and adventurous types you may enjoy watching the following videos. Let me know about your experience.

If you’re really adventurous you could try this…

Some bikes might use this technique…

And here are the detailed instructions from the above video.


Good luck.



Dell Studio 1737 Battery

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Availablity: In stock now
Battery Type: Li-ion
Capacity: 4400mAh
Voltage: 11.1V

Brand new high quality Li-ion replacement dell studio 1737 battery that are manufactured to meet or exceed the specifications of the original brand manufacturer and provide extended runtime with no ‘memory effect’, so you can charge it anytime. The battery for dell studio 1737 will help you power up your laptop in the office, business trips or vacations. Keep an extra Easy-To-Carry handy battery and enjoy the true portability of your laptop computers. This dell studio 1737 laptop battery replacement is individually tested and full one year manufacturer warranty.
Dell Studio 1737 Battery Usage Tips

1. New dell studio 1737 battery pack must be fully charged before use.

2. New replacement studio 1737 battery pack needs to be fully charged and discharged (cycled) a few times before it can condition to full capacity.

3. Rechargeable dell studio 1737 laptop batteries undergo self-discharging when left unused. Always store a battery pack in a fully charged stage for storage.

4. Fully drain and fully recharge your dell studio 1737 laptop battery pack every few month.

5. Turn down the LCD brightness of your portable device.

6. Use built-in power management on your portable device.

7. Turn off LCD or other unnecessary accessories when not in use.

8. Set screen saver blank to 1 to 2 minutes of your dell studio 1737 notebook.

9. Add more RAM if you have extra RAM expansion slot, it will reduce the usage of hard drive and it is power exhaustive.

10. Close unused software in your notebook.

11. Remove unused PC Cards or USB devices from your notebook.

12. Don’t watch DVD or play graphics intensive video games.

13. Don’t short circuit terminal or store your Dell studio 1737 battery pack with metal parts.

14. Don’t drop or mutilate the dell battery pack.

15. Don’t expose to moisture or water.

16. It is normal to get warm when charging or normal use. If it is getting too hot, there may be a problem with the device and qualified personnel should check it.

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How To Turn Off Apps And Save Your Iphone Battery

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When I updated to the iPhone OS 4.0 I knew that it would allow me run apps even while I was using other apps. I thought it would be nice for the apps that send me push notifications to keep working all the time. So I updated the software and went on my merry little way. About a month ago I noticed my iPhone was running through battery life at an alarming rate. I knew something had to be up because no one hadnt been using my phone much and thats usually my guaranteed battery drain. I deleted apps, cleared off my camera roll and the battery life did improve. A little.

On Saturday my friend was looking for something on my iPhone and he discovered that I had at least thirty apps running in the background. He said something to the effect of dont you know how to turn off apps when you are done using them? I said yes, you just leave the app, tap the home screen button and be done with it. Well.apparently Ive been delusional because there are many apps that will continue to run even when youve left them. Which is fine if theyre apps that need to run but if you have a bunch that dont then your phone memory and battery life are going to suffer. There was my lightbulb moment of the week.

Perhaps Im the only one out there who didnt realize that I had so many apps working overtime for me. Here are the steps to truly shutting down an app just in case Im not the only one who didnt know how to do it.

* Tap the home button twice.

* At the bottom of the screen youll see a row app icons. These are the apps that are running. Slide your finger to move forward or backward through the apps. Chances are youll have more than the four that first show up.

* Touch one of the app icons and hold your finger on it until they all start wiggling. A small red circle will appear at the top left of the icon.

* Tap on the red circle and the app icon will disappear. The app is now no longer running in the background.

* When youre done shutting things down tap the home button and the apps will stop wiggling.

* Tap the home button again to return to your home screen.

* These steps will work even if you are currently using an app. In other words, you dont have to be on the home screen to bring up the row of running apps.

Now that I know how to manage them I can (hopefully) make better use of this feature. Go ahead, give it a try and see how many apps youve been running in the background!

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How to Make Your Mobile Battery Last Long

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Back when phones were just becoming a great device to use, the equivocal voice of the customer was:

“A mobile phone is only as good as the battery”.

And it was true.  Countless mobile phones became unsuccessful at time, because even though they had ground breaking features, they did not take the battery usage aspect of it into consideration.  Though the cell phones available today have a better battery life, it never hurts to save batteries when we can. By reducing the amount of battery life that a mobile uses, one not only ensures a better quality mobile experience, but also conserves energy. Here are three simple tips which you would need to keep in mind to conserve your batter life:

Shut down Bluetooth:

While Bluetooth is a very useful service, one cannot deny that it eats up the battey faster than any other service that is available in a mobile phone. Use the Bluetooth service only when you need a file to be transferred, or if you wish to find a specific Bluetooth device among a crowd.

Do Not Browse the Internet:

Remember that checking emails and browsing the internet are two different things when it comes to the mobile phone. The more data is transferred, the more battery life is consumed – that is a fact of the world of mobiles. Most mobile email programs download only the headers of the email, and if the user decides that they need to read it, they need to click on the header and then the message is downloaded. So, to save conserve your battery life, you need to stay away from the online videos and streaming radio, etc.

Do not Multitask:

Mobile phones offer multitasking, but running dual processes eat up the battery life like anything. So, try to use only one program on your mobile phone at a time.  For example, if you are browsing the net, make sure that you are not listening to music at the same time, or if you are playing a game, make sure that the Internet window is not open.

These are the three major tips that you should keep in mind to increase your battery life.

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