Installing Magravs car in a Nissan Leaf

Although the Keshe Foundation does not yet provide the Magravs car for electric cars, I thought, I just try it out.

The best way to install the Magravs unit is to connect the positive wire directly to the car battery and the negative wire of the Magrav to the body of your car in the back of your car, e.g. the car lock of your boot.
In this way, there will be a “Magrav Electric Field” that from the front of the car, all the way to the back.

Hard wiring of the Magrav
Hard wiring of the Magrav

I had a look at my Leaf to find a way to run a wire from the front to the back. It would be possible, to unscrew the bottom plastic cover and run the wire under this cover, but I didn’t have the tools at hand, so I opted for a simple solution to start with.

I bought a car jump starter cable for about $10.

I connected the clamps to my Magrav Car Unit.


I could cut of the rest of the jump starter cable and just use the clamps, but I left the cable as it was.


So I clamped the plus cable directly to the battery
And the minus to the body of the car (see left bottom of the picture)


Running the car, it feels a bit smoother, but most likely that is imagination.

I have been running with this for a few days, but except for “smoother” feeling, the electricity depletion at the end of the day remains the same.

Of course, I will need to run with the Magrav connected for at least a month or two, before it will take effect according to the Keshe Foundation.

So, let’s wait and see…


10 thoughts on “Installing Magravs car in a Nissan Leaf”

  1. HELLO,
    Car magrav is operating now?
    I am french excuse my langage.
    I want buy a Nissan LEAF and i have commanded a car magrav
    Thank you very much

    1. Hi Andre,
      Thanks for writing in. So far, I do not see any difference in the milage. In a few months, perhaps, I can look at the electricity bill, to see whether the consumption has decreased.
      So far, no difference.

      Best Regards,

    1. Hi John,
      Thanks for leaving your comment. So far, I have never heard anybody that had real savings with the Magrav Power. I have conditioned my Magrav Power for about two months, and am adding more loads to it. I will have to look at the electricity bill to see if we have any savings so far.
      By the way, how did you measure your savings? From the monthly electricity bill or from a watt meter at the electric consent?

    1. I have had the Magrav car installed in my Nissan Leaf for about one year, but have not noticed any improvement.
      Conclusion: It does not work

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