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Re: Vic Coil
« Reply #24 on: March 17, 2009, 21:29:37 pm »
Its gonna work  fine ... I know it will .

Im am curious to install that pulse pickup circuit and see the response in resonance and in out of resonance , if the amp can pick up a clear crisp resonance signal from the ss coil that would be excellent ...

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« Reply #25 on: March 17, 2009, 23:45:05 pm »
Kinsesis,

That is the primary the chokes are wound under it.

Resonance,

The set of bobbins cost $35 the cores from india cost $10.50

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« Reply #26 on: March 18, 2009, 00:31:56 am »
PERFECT PERFECT PERFECT!!!

do you have a paypal setup to recieve transactions so if the cores are 10.50 and the bobbins are 35 how much would you want for your time seeing that you have orchestrated these items together, and have taken the time and initial processing?

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« Reply #27 on: March 18, 2009, 00:35:24 am »
Cool ... I frikkin love you guys .

Lets build this like one big happy family .

I wanna thank a few members for teling me the water was warm , its time to jump in !!


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« Reply #28 on: March 18, 2009, 01:04:51 am »
dankie you are of huge huge huge importance.......now if this coil works.....imagine all the people that have no idea about stanley meyer yet want one of these coils built and are too lazy to build them......i know a good 20-30 people off the top of my head......that means I would have to go through you dankie for your wire, john for his cores and bobbins, and from the looks of it donald for his great craftsman ship.....i sent him tubes and he made them look better then when i had them......i used a saw to cut mine to 3 inches....it looks like he actually cut and polished them......everyone here plays a huge importance......and from how far this has come already I am so happy.  Above all THANK YOU DYNODON.....and thanks to hydrocars and stevie for the website and for everyone that just puts in information.......it looks as if we are approaching a breakthrough.

SO IN A SENSE it is like "Lets build this like one big happy family ."

if this works dankie i can assure you that you may have a wiring selling career ahead of you...in the future when i want to make many of these i will not get my wire from anyone else but you dankie, you deserve it for your time and effort...same goes for everyone else......everyone here holds a unique and well APPRECIATED position.

so as john approaches the final windings let's all cross our fingers.

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« Reply #29 on: March 18, 2009, 01:12:19 am »
dankie you are of huge huge huge importance.......now if this coil works.....imagine all the people that have no idea about stanley meyer yet want one of these coils built and are too lazy to build them......i know a good 20-30 people off the top of my head......that means I would have to go through you dankie for your wire, john for his cores and bobbins, and from the looks of it donald for his great craftsman ship.....i sent him tubes and he made them look better then when i had them......i used a saw to cut mine to 3 inches....it looks like he actually cut and polished them......everyone here plays a huge importance......and from how far this has come already I am so happy.  Above all THANK YOU DYNODON.....and thanks to hydrocars and stevie for the website and for everyone that just puts in information.......it looks as if we are approaching a breakthrough.

SO IN A SENSE it is like "Lets build this like one big happy family ."

if this works dankie i can assure you that you may have a wiring selling career ahead of you...in the future when i want to make many of these i will not get my wire from anyone else but you dankie, you deserve it for your time and effort...same goes for everyone else......everyone here holds a unique and well APPRECIATED position.

so as john approaches the final windings let's all cross our fingers.


Yup , everything is getting done on its own , its somekind of human inertia @ this point , I believe Stan's soul is guiding us .

If this site cant get it done , no 1 can .

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« Reply #30 on: March 18, 2009, 01:33:40 am »
Yup , everything is getting done on its own , its somekind of human inertia @ this point , I believe Stan's soul is guiding us .

If this site cant get it done , no 1 can .

i really do feel that it is coming down to us.

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« Reply #31 on: March 18, 2009, 02:00:03 am »
kinesisfilms,
 i agree with your earlier post. we have worked in a team manner and have participated to the best of our ability in sharing and progressing to the finish line,. i would not know half the things i know  now about this tech if it wasnt brought to my attention in these posts.   i will also asscoiciate in like manner. .