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4 BILLION SHARES- Authorized common stock to 4,000,000,000 shares 
Cyclone Power Technologies, Inc   


Effective September 1, 2016, the company raised the authorized common stock to 4,000,000,000 shares.


Cyclone Power Technology and its licensees have spent years and untold millions of dollars without producing a single marketable product. ( the total money spent is unknown)

There is not a single Cyclone engine in use anywhere in the world.

Cyclone started as a limited liability partnership in Florida in 2004. In July 2007, merged the partnership into a Florida corporation that had recently re-domiciled from California (originally chartered in 1974).  Began trading on the OTC Pink Market in July 2007 under the symbol CYPW and now tradeon the OTC pink market. Cyclone is not filling financial reports therefor the total dollar loss is unknown.

"Currently, our share price, debt load, and other market factors have created further headwinds towards this objective. Opportunities for Cyclone with long-term capital advantages have presented themselves and could led to a strategic move." 
Pink Sheet stocks do NOT have any strict financial reporting obligations.

One common scam involving OTC investors is the pump and dump scheme where promoters buy penny stocks, promote and push up the prices for other investors and then dump their stocks while the late investors are stuck with worthless stock that they overpaid to own. 

Unfortunately the company has not been able to install a running motor in any of the (concept model) or prototypes pictured below.
.CEO  Frankie Fruge      The boat does not have a running motor.steamboat006.jpg


Cyclone business plan,  get a patent and sell licenses without actually having a working engine. 

"toxic debt" and derivative accounting

2012...The initial test runs on the Cyclone-Team Steam USA Streamliner are on target for late summer 2012, and will be at the NASA-Kennedy Space Center Shuttle landing strip in Cape Canaveral Florida. It is an honor to be invited by NASA to test at their facility and ultimately break the World Steam Record and bring it back to the USA at this historical facility...The engine never ran.

 Without competent engineers, how can you claim to be an R & D operation? How can you believe their claims that they are a serious R & D outfit? 

CEO FRANKIE FRUGE  The CEO of Cyclone Power Technology   The boat does not have a running motor. 


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CYPW Chart Recent Annual Reports, All SEC Filings  



Name Title Pay Exercised Age
Mr. Harry Schoell Co-Founder, Chairman, Principal Exec. Officer and Chief Technology Officer 150k N/A 75
Ms. Frankie Fruge Pres and Director 125k N/A 73
Mr. Bruce Schames Chief Financial Officer and Principal Accounting Officer 72k N/A 70

Series B Pref. Shares Beneficially Owned: Harry Schoell 80%    Frankie Fruge ,20%

The Series B Preferred Stock is majority voting stock and is held by the two co-founders of the Company. Ownership of the Series B Preferred Stock shares assures the holders thereof a 51% voting control over the common stock of the Company. The 1,000 Series B Preferred Stock shares are convertible on a one-for-one basis with the common stock in the instance the Company is merged, sold or otherwise dissolved.
 The shareholders of this company  have never had a vote.

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Thanks Buddy,Tom, Chuck and bobby

ChuckFinley305   Friday, 01/06/17 08:46:31 AM
Re: Tom Swift post# 26181  
Post #  of 26184     
Maybe they do not understand what production means. 

Tom is absolutely right. Anyone with any manufacturing experience knows that there are various steps to reach final production...even if it is just the first pilot run. It is a long and expensive endeavor because at each step there (should be) rigorous testing for each working prototype even before tools are even built for the production units. Then even after the off-tool samples are built there is more testing and, in some cases, tool modifications design changes, etc. Within that process, if you have something that is proven, you file for a patent to protect your idea. Most importantly though, an R&D firm DOES NOT go into production. 

Now based on what we have seen over the years, it is easy to assume that Cyclone has no manufacturing experience or understanding. Harry probably thinks that FMEA is the Government agency that takes care of you after a natural disaster. But I think the Cyclone problem is more serious than that: 
I believe that they know that they have a lemon. They have always known it. It is not a matter of being incompetent it is a matter of deceit. They sold a dream to investors and then realized quickly that the engine in any form would not work. But they got hooked on the money and exposure (Popular Mechanics, How It's Made)that having something revolutionary brings. To keep it going however, they needed to find more investors and money and sell more lies. 

Now, working on one engine and trying to sell lies gets old quickly and you get found out quickly. Besides, not everyone may want your "technical marvel" in its current form so you make up iterations based on the "proven" first engine. You then start selling those ideas. This is how you spend more on admin than engineering. Most of the money goes to selling the next big thing and a little actually goes to the engines. This is because you know that they do not work and you can lament that you lacked funds to do all you could with it. 

That is how you end up with a small "R&D" company with 6 engines that are "ready for production" but only if we could get the funding. And a race car with an engine that would hit Mach 5 if only we had the funding. 

This is why there was never any real diagnostic equipment in the shop and the engine videos never showed actual useful output. 

...and do not even get me started on the whole Cyclone Power paying Schoell marine for services and they have the same owner. I do not want to see the financials for Cyclone, I want to see the ones for Schoell Marine. 


1) Phoenix Power contracted to pay $150,000 when a WHE engine ran continuously under part load for 200 hours. This payment was never made according to Q2Power's latest filings. Keep in mind engineers at Ohio State University redesigned the engine and Q2Power burned through $6 million and it still couldn't run for 200 hours. Q2Power has never demonstrated the engine working or released any information at all on what the real engine performance was. They've given up on being in the steam engine business. 

2) Combilift contracted to pay $300,000 when Cyclone demonstrated two Mark 5 engines running under part load for 50 hours each. This also hasn't been paid out, so we know no Mark 5 has run for 50 hours. Similar to Q2Power, Cyclone has never released any honest information on what engine performance really is. 

In addition to that we know Ohio State redesigned the WHE to eliminate the spider bearing. At the time they predicted they would soon run an engine for 200 hours. Instead they discovered the water-lubricated bearings were the next major failure point. Ohio State didn't say how long the WHE engine was made to run, but it was nowhere near the 200 hour goal. 

Further proof that this facility is nothing more than a storage bay for old junk and a record of the past 10 years worth of failures. 
Here's a shot of the shop, that shareholders have been paying so dearly for all these years: 

CYPW Security Details
Share Structure
  Market Value1 $2,276,100 a/o Feb 08, 2017
  Authorized Shares 4,000,000,000 a/o Sep 01, 2016
  Outstanding Shares 1,517,400,273 a/o Dec 31, 2016
  -Restricted Not Available
  -Unrestricted Not Available
  Held at DTC Not Available
  Float 352,989,105 a/o Jul 31, 2014
  Par Value No Par Value
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CYPW News: Notification That Quarterly Report Will Be Submitted Late (nt 10-q) 08/14/2017 05:01:46 PM
CYPW News: Quarterly Report (10-q) 08/04/2017 06:07:37 AM
CYPW News: Annual Report (10-k) 07/31/2017 03:12:48 PM
CYPW News: Notification That Annual Report Will Be Submitted Late (nt 10-k) 03/31/2017 03:46:59 PM
CYPW News: Statement of Ownership (sc 13g) 03/31/2017 01:25:20 PM
#26462  Sticky Note My impression of CYPW, i'M LYING FACE DOWN bobbyknobb 08/17/17 10:24:43 AM
#26470   Please see post #26465 by Buddy. That picture bobbyknobb 08/19/17 07:21:59 PM
#26469   Buddy posted this. It speaks volumes about this scam! bobbyknobb 08/19/17 07:08:13 PM
#26468   Very interesting summary. bigone 08/18/17 09:43:22 PM
#26467   We are hoping that as you presented this bigone 08/18/17 09:38:17 PM
#26466   Further proof that this facility is nothing more ChuckFinley305 08/18/17 07:59:52 AM
#26465   What a slap in the face for Cyclone shareholders. BuddyWhazhizname 08/17/17 07:22:47 PM
#26464   Inventive genius? Hardly! That is about as ChuckFinley305 08/17/17 01:43:04 PM
#26463   CONS R US by James Watt. A steam bobbyknobb 08/17/17 10:54:17 AM
#26462   My impression of CYPW, i'M LYING FACE DOWN bobbyknobb 08/17/17 10:24:43 AM
#26461   Harry Schoell of Cyclone is an inventive genius. Molten Salt 08/17/17 09:57:14 AM
#26460   I sincerely hope this helps you. creston 08/17/17 07:53:29 AM
#26459   A drop in value of 50-90% ChuckFinley305 08/17/17 07:48:09 AM
#26458   Because I would like to have the impressions bigone 08/16/17 09:13:36 PM
#26457   Why do you ask the question after you creston 08/16/17 07:57:11 PM
#26456   My wife and I decided to buy a bigone 08/16/17 04:13:20 PM
#26455   Great news, thanks for sharing. CYPW getting their DiscoveryStock 08/15/17 08:38:10 PM
#26454   Oh Boy! A New Agreement! This one won't BuddyWhazhizname 08/15/17 06:46:26 PM
#26453   SEC fil. Will Be LATE,AGAIN. In spite of bobbyknobb 08/15/17 03:12:31 PM
#26452   Molten Salt... ChuckFinley305 08/15/17 02:44:51 PM
#26450   FRAUD--- Not a single cyclone engine exists, that creston 08/15/17 11:20:26 AM
#26449   Cyclone Power Technologies, Q2Power, & Phoenix Power Sign Piecemaker 08/15/17 10:32:06 AM
#26448   Hey Bobby, I did find one Schoell design BuddyWhazhizname 08/14/17 11:24:38 AM
#26447   HARRY FAILED 1. schoell marine. Same 9 New bobbyknobb 08/11/17 09:11:48 PM
#26446   CHUK exposed cypw for the scam it is. bobbyknobb 08/11/17 08:14:16 PM
#26445   That's a shame. Chuk Williams ran his BuddyWhazhizname 08/11/17 05:34:48 PM
#26444   This may be of interest to some posters. creston 08/11/17 08:39:04 AM
#26443   NOTHING new or revolutionary about cyclone designs!!! bobbyknobb 08/10/17 09:25:52 PM
#26442   Talking of producing new revolutionary engines as if DiscoveryStock 08/10/17 07:13:12 PM
#26441   This 13 year old baby is still going BuddyWhazhizname 08/10/17 03:24:49 PM
#26440   THOSE WHO IGNORE THE PAST, repeat it! $61 bobbyknobb 08/10/17 12:12:37 PM
#26439   CRASH DOWN 38% if you bought 3 days bobbyknobb 08/10/17 11:35:06 AM
#26438   Or, the TARDEC project has prepared the conditions Molten Salt 08/10/17 11:01:25 AM
#26437   FSDS deal sounds familiar, remember the 2013 TARDEC creston 08/10/17 09:04:16 AM
#26436   1 ounce of cutting_fluid_per_gallon =200hrs damn ddabetsmallwinbig 08/09/17 05:56:36 PM
#26435   LOL! Somebody is really desperate around here. All DiscoveryStock 08/09/17 04:51:25 PM
#26434   Wonder how that testing is going... BuddyWhazhizname 08/09/17 03:15:04 PM
#26433   Poor, poor Harry Schoell. His key customer BuddyWhazhizname 08/09/17 02:48:25 PM
#26432   hARRY&FRUGE spend other's money, while others fix their work! bobbyknobb 08/09/17 01:48:02 PM
#26431   Calif. was too far for accounting! Across the bobbyknobb 08/09/17 12:39:53 PM
#26430   Thanks for the update. Fingers crossed. DiscoveryStock 08/09/17 09:56:12 AM
#26429   "Discovery", it appears that Cyclone designed the heat-exchanger creston 08/09/17 09:13:17 AM
#26428   China would not be my first choice. Mexico creston 08/09/17 12:17:34 AM
#26427   Nice. Do you want it made in America DiscoveryStock 08/08/17 11:52:40 PM
#26426   Answer from IBES creston 08/08/17 08:56:20 PM
#26425   If one reads the website for understanding, Molten Salt 08/08/17 08:30:33 PM
#26424   WOW! That sounds really exciting. Engine in operation DiscoveryStock 08/08/17 06:24:00 PM
#26423   Oops, another Harry Schoell FAIL. BuddyWhazhizname 08/08/17 04:31:31 PM
#26422   LOL, nice one. Guess there are some -or DiscoveryStock 08/08/17 04:07:35 PM
#26421   Yeah, FSDS are contemptible pipsqueaks whose only concern Molten Salt 08/08/17 03:17:07 PM
#26420   "knownbrave" I applaud your vim and vigor and ChuckFinley305 08/08/17 03:07:23 PM