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  • vrand
    replied
    Originally posted by Aaron
    Mike,

    I think anything can always be made better and I have never tested their
    ignitions so can't comment on the quality. They appear to be made well
    by looks but I did see some comments on a youtube video that someone
    had trouble and couldn't get any response from the company for repairs.
    Now that may be an exception and not the rule.
    Aaron,

    I agree that the product build quality looked good. Customer service takes awhile to catch up, typical of any new business.

    I hope they do some additional research in testing their plasma system with engines by adding water mist to the intake chamber to be able to run on 100% water.

    Cheers,
    Mike

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  • vrand
    replied
    Originally posted by Aaron
    Ash,


    Ash or @All - do you know of any examples of anyone using creative commons
    to protect an invention from being patented? It appears this may not
    be protected under any creative commons license.
    Hi Aaron,

    Here is a circuit design that has a CC license:

    A voltage inverter circuit

    Lower right corner is the CC link:

    Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0

    Maybe this can help answer your questions.

    Cheers,
    Mike

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  • Aaron
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    aquapulser ecoignition blue phoenix ignition

    Originally posted by vrand
    So the Aquapulser, and its subs, are the ones that are building your open sourced design?

    Do you think they did a good job at it? Or it can be made better? Maybe fuel a car engine?

    Cheers,
    Mike
    Mike,

    I think anything can always be made better and I have never tested their
    ignitions so can't comment on the quality. They appear to be made well
    by looks but I did see some comments on a youtube video that someone
    had trouble and couldn't get any response from the company for repairs.
    Now that may be an exception and not the rule.

    Leave a comment:


  • Aaron
    started a topic Luc Choquette Fraud Dispute

    Luc Choquette Fraud Dispute

    I did some research on the Blue Phoenix Ignition company - Karthikeyan
    Ramananthan is behind it. The domain by proxy was done a few days
    ago - but the original one with Karthikeyan Ramananthan as registrant
    was done LAST YEAR. So this has been brewing for a while. The domain
    by proxy was done the very day Luc responded here so he obviously
    informed Karthikeyan and Karthikeyan is watching this thread like a hawk

    Bluephoenix.biz - Blue Phoenix Blue Phoenix Racing Ignition[IMG]chrome://searchshield/content/safe.gif[/IMG]

    Nov 30, 2010 ... Whois Record For BluePhoenix.biz. Acquire this Domain Name. Search Whois Records ... Administrative Contact Name: karthikeyan ramanathan ...
    whois.domaintools.com/bluephoenix.biz


    -------------------------------

    Karthikeyan Ramanathan is the owner and one of the listed inventors
    on the patent application in question. The same is true for bluephoenix.com.

    That is in google cache at the moment showing his name as the contact
    and registrant but when going there now:
    BluePhoenix.biz - Blue Phoenix Racing Ignition

    It is now domains by proxy but it is already too late to hide this fact.

    Simply click here and see it for yourselves:
    bluephoenix.com Karthikeyan Ramanathan - Google Search



    On the contact page is:



    I thought K.R. was in Louisiana but this number is in Tennessee:
    (423) 388-0177

    If found on a couple references online for this phone number in relation to
    engines:

    Town of Unicoi Tennessee

    Richard’s Performance Center

    Owner: Richard Hann

    2200 Marbleton Rd
    Unicoi, Tennessee 37692 Phone: (423) 388-0177 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (423) 388-0177 end_of_the_skype_highlighting Mobile Number:
    Fax Number:
    Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 am to – 8 pm. Website:
    Email:
    Owner Richard Hann, of Richard’s Performance Center, has been in automobile racing since he was seventeen. His business reflects that experience, drawing a loyal customer base from all over the United States. Located in Unicoi since 1980, Richard’s is the place to build pro street and drag race cars. The business also offers auto detailing and services such as Richard’s “Jazz It Up Powder Coating.” Hann has also been actively involved with the Bristol Dragway for many years, previously working as a track announcer.

    ------------------------------

    So it appears that Karthikeyan Ramanathan and Richard Hann are now
    business partners in Blue Phoenix Ignition.

    We know Aquapulser turned into Ecoignition. Luc said the company was
    dissolved. Luc posted about there being a fight between two of the
    other partners. I found the following updated assignment of the
    application:

    USPTO Assignments on the Web

    The previous assignee Arvind is no longer an assignee so it appears that
    Luc and Karthikeyan joined forces to dissolve Ecoignition booting Arvind
    out of the picture as evidenced by what Luc said and what I found.

    Then it appears that Karhikeyan started their own company Blue Phoenix
    Ignitions with Richard Hann and I suppose Luc would have part ownership
    of this.

    I wonder what really happened that Luc would have joined forces to close
    down Ecoignition? That really bugs me.
    It appears that Blue Phoenix is
    practically the same company as far as the product line. But definitely
    Luc and Karthikeyan booted Arvind to start their own company. I am
    surprised Luc would be behind something like this. Luc says he isn't
    interested in the money so why start a new company? Not that I'm against
    him making money but this seems fishy.

    The modules are IDENTICAL and even the MARKINGS on the boxes are
    the same!

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