Hi there. I am building (have built) a hovercaftf from old vacuum motors on a wood frame (I know, it's heavy). The motors are wired in series (have bypassed their original switch and go to a common switch and power source), keeping their original resistors in the circuit. My problem is this, with these (10) motors wired to one plug, the hovercraft is drawing to much power from the wall outlet and quickly trips the breaker. The engineering student next door recommends a resistor to each motor (which there already is). I'm wondering if a capacitor (either one for the whole thing or one per motor) is the way to go? I have about 8 capacitors from microwaves I could use. Or, is changing the power source from a wall outlet to a series of on board car batteries (weight) the way to go? Or should I switch from a standard outlet to one of those dryer outlets? I'm almost sure this many motors should provide enough lift (I've collected 3 more if need be), but, so far, I can't power them. I would love to see this thing work, and welcome any insight.