Spark Plugs & More Spark Plugs
More to all "pluggies" (neat moniker)
Pls note that my coil design is less than 1KV. as such I feel that
plugs-r-us will work providing it is properly cooled/quenched by forced air
I will also try a standard RQ gap too and see what difference there are.
I will post all results to the list when this is finished around April.
It's been a wealth of solid (as opposed to stranded) information. Thanks to
Subject: Re: Re: Spark Plugs
Original Poster: "Reinhard Walter Buchner" <rw.buchner-at-verbund-dot-net>
Hi Ruud, John, Fa Tom, all "pluggies",
Enter car buff ;o)).
> Original Poster: "Jon Lagler" <rockcrawl-at-netzero-dot-net>
> > Original Poster: "DaxisWeb user" <""-at-mail.daxis.nl>
> > > > Original Poster: "Thomas McGahee" <tom_mcgahee-at-sigmais-dot-com>
> > > > Tesla coil is designed to conduct massive amounts of current
>>>> and then quickly quench. They are both spark gaps, just as a
>>>> candle flame and the flame coming out of a flame thrower are
>>>> both flames.
> > > > Using a car spark plug as the spark gap in a Tesla coil will