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Original poster: "Terry Fritz" <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>
A fairly well known book by George Trinikas (sp??) has eight spark plugs for
the gap of a very inexpensive coil. The plugs tend to overheat easily with
"real" power applied. You also need to get "non-resistor" type plugs. I think
you are better off with a very simply static gap rather than the spark plugs.
Mine never worked well at all, but back then, my coils never worked anyway :o)
At 05:02 PM 4/13/2001 -0400, you wrote:
> Hello all,
> today i had an idea. Would it be possible to take several spark PLUGS, and
> connect them in series, much like the arrangment of an MMC, for a static gap?
> You could put them in something like perfboard, and have a cooling fan blow
> air over the whole aranggement? Would this have any advantages over a
> segmented gap for example?
> Just an idea,
> Jonathon Reinhart