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Re: where to buy
« Reply #48 on: September 30, 2008, 03:01:50 am »
alright so i know in his patent it says that for the bifilar coil you need an inductance rod of 1 inch in diamter.....i couldn;t find it for cheap but i did just buy 8 rods measuring 8 inches long and .4 inches in diamter.....so i know this will be fine....and i am going to wrap the entire rod just as stan has stated multiple times.....if you want to increase gas flow...don't just increaase the voltage input at the power source.....but just increase the windings on hte bifilar coil.....so remeber the voltage will reach towards infinity if the electronics allow it.....and by adding more windings the electronics are allowing it to get closer....i also have 2 different transformers....the one in the patent...which i realize was intened for bare minimum for it to work.....and it does completely work.....but i went out nad got another transformer for 10 dollars.....i noticed in one of his lectures he said...."the beautiful thing of it is is since the frequency is in the audible range you can use an audio transformer."......now when i see people pulsing power transformers i don't know why they would ever do that.....those are intended for around 60hz  not kilohertz.....you will get that transformer to backfire nad destroy your pwm.....so MAKE SURE YOU GET AN AUDIO TRANSFORMER.....and am using a simple audio transformer used in reverse.....so my input is 6 volts and it is stepped up over 50 volts.....pics will be posted of the transformers schematic...if you want......

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« Reply #49 on: September 30, 2008, 04:02:31 am »
kinesisfilms,

Thanks for sharing about this.  Much appreciated!!  I'd also like to see your pics too.   

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« Reply #50 on: September 30, 2008, 09:01:14 am »

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« Reply #51 on: September 30, 2008, 22:29:30 pm »
here is a good run down for anyone interested in looking for the required diode.

http://oemstrade.com/search/1N1198

a good list of places selling this diode.

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« Reply #52 on: October 08, 2008, 09:24:44 am »
im pretty sure today is the day.....the mail will be here around 8 hours from now.......i will wind my bifilar coil......and it will be hooked up......im nervous......everything is identical to meyers....and so far everything matches up perfectly.

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« Reply #53 on: October 09, 2008, 22:20:16 pm »
crap well its been 6 days and as i look over to see where the seller was from i noticed he is located in LITHUANIA! so who knows how long it will take to get here seeing that U.S. customs takes foreverrrrrr.......argh......too anxious.....i guess i will hook up some kiker wires to my car and install the fuel preheater for now......and maybe i can find a way to put my homemade efie in there.....i don't know how to attach it to my O2 sensor.

But for anyone looking to buy cores for the bifilar coil definately go on ebay and type in ferrite rods.....there is a guy who sells them.....remeber the more windings the bifilar coil has the higher the gas output will be.......as meyer has stated.

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Re: where to buy
« Reply #54 on: April 20, 2011, 23:04:08 pm »
VIC BOBBIN CORES MADE TO EXACT SPECIFICATION
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These are made entirely of Derlin material.  Dimensions are to the tolerances specifed by the inventors authentic CAD drawings discovered at the site of the inventors test car - the famous water powered dune buggy.  Discount pricing available on request.  See photos and make purchase.