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When paired with the circuit nestled inside a PVC end cap, those 18 volts turn into nearly 200,000.

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"That capacitor bank could kill you twice before you hit the ground," Flickenger says.

In other words, try not to play with it in the house. On a whim last spring, the MIT masters student built a mini go-kart—or Chibikart—with custom-machined hub motors and a massive 33-volt lithium-ion battery.