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Old 04-22-2012, 10:50 PM
shylo shylo is offline
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In all the tests I've done ,I always lose on the primaries....If I let it run long enough.
If you run it for a short period of time, the P's seem to hold ,even gain a little in charge.
What makes the P's hold their charge or even increase???

Does it have to do with the collasping field,in the wire itself??...just a thought.

I use diodes to interupt the coil.

I think the brushes in the dc motors are kind of doing the same thing.

I have a magnet rotor attached to my radiator fan (which is my motor according to the schematic)

I charge caps and then pulse them into my primaries.

Does anybody have any suggestions at which capacitance and voltage to pulse the batteries with??

Just regular car batteries..definately something happening here....

Thanks shylo
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