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    #1
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    okay, i'm making a flying crank ghost this year for my haunt using this motor: http://monsterguts.com/electric-moto...r/prod_90.html

    it says the power supply is 115AC, now, that's 115 what? i know the AC is alternating current... i guess my question is this: how do i hook it up to a power supply?
     

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    coaster992001,

    This is very simple. All you need to do is wire in a cord that plugs into your wall. You do not need a transformer of any type. You would need a transformer if it required DC current or a low voltage AC. 110, 115, or 120 are all your normal household current.
     

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    oh awesome! so would it work if i cut open an extension cord and attached the ends then plugged it in?
     

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    It sure will...
     

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    awesome! it's all hooked up and looks fantastic! thank you!
     

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