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Introducing the Gluppity Glup, Turbo Diesel Hybrid Electric.

Postby Brent Hasty » Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:00 am

The Glupity Glup Gets Its Fuel Tank, My Turbo Diesel Hybrid Electric Motorcycle, 1982 Honda CM 450 Based. This is a 3 chamber fuel tank, the two side chambers are about 3 gallons each for diesel, and the center tank is about 2 gallons for the aquamist liquid intercooler water/alcahol ADI watler injection.... It has a 5hp permanent magnet motor, lipo4 2kwh battery, and exhaust waste heat recovery using peltier junction thermocouples.

See it on youtube: search gluppity glup and watch it grow.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqCGiOTr0b0
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Re: Introducing the Gluppity Glup, Turbo Diesel Hybrid Electric.

Postby Brent Hasty » Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:11 am

here are some pics, for higher resolution detail.
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Re: Introducing the Gluppity Glup, Turbo Diesel Hybrid Electric.

Postby Stuart » Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:16 am

Cheers for posting your bike up Brent :D I saw the FB posts earlier.
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Re: Introducing the Gluppity Glup, Turbo Diesel Hybrid Electric.

Postby coachgeo » Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:40 pm

hybrid Rat Bike..... [Elmer Fud voice] intawesting... [/voice]

look forward to learning more about your hybrid system. Course you may explain it well in the video.... just dont have audio at the moment LOL
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Re: Introducing the Gluppity Glup, Turbo Diesel Hybrid Electric.

Postby Brent Hasty » Fri Mar 16, 2012 5:57 pm

Update video posted to YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?&gl=US&hl= ... nomobile=1

Enjoy, this one has audio description.
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Re: Introducing the Gluppity Glup, Turbo Diesel Hybrid Electric.

Postby Stuart » Fri Mar 16, 2012 6:49 pm

Great build Brent :D You are taking energy saving to the max with all that electrical kit to add. Be interested to see how much power is generated from the exhaust heat and extra thing on the exhaust end. Thanks for posting :D
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Re: Introducing the Gluppity Glup, Turbo Diesel Hybrid Electric.

Postby JoggerFogger » Thu Oct 25, 2012 5:40 pm

Brent,
Love the ingenuity. I just spent a couple hours looking at all the contraptions you've built and I'm so impressed. Your website, YouTube, and here. I've seen your Diesel 240Z on Craigslist for a while, and the Gluppity Glup, and never knew they were from the same guy. You've also built scooter trikes just like plans that I've drawn up. You are actually doing all the stuff that I go to sleep at night dreaming about. I get it. I more than get it, I'm inspired.

I am currently researching my diesel bike build and saving up funds for the project. I do have a lot of elements working against me, but it will happen someday. Once I get the thing on the road, I will be inviting myself down to your shop to show it off. Might be a few years.

Great work!

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