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I am not going to say what it is just yet, see if you can guess :D

Step 1 - Motor
12V DC geared motor, 10 rpm
The mounting holes don't go through like I figured so mounting is going to be a little messy.
I found an old and mangled drill bit extension shaft that I can attach, and perhaps epoxy into place

Motor goes forward and back based on polarity and as hard as I could hold the shaft it kept turning and drew a max of .3 amps.

so far so good.............

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Step 2 Light test

Can't control the speed of the effects, or do a fade in one color but for $5 I call this a good deal
Also draws about .1 amp

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It's a spit! And you're roasting a pig and having a luau! And the green light's gonna shine outta his eyeballs as he spins.

Way to draw 'em in, Scott...

Can't wait to see the barbecued hog... it's gonna be a beaut..!
 

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Well I am not going to say what it is so as to let others guess, and with that here is test part number 3

Fogger (not the cauldron)
The float keeps it at the right level and it puts out way more mist than my little cheap mister
I hear that these don't work in the cold, but I don't know how cold it has to be for them to stop

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