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Re: Please put here all your documents and pictures of Stan Meyer
« Reply #8 on: January 30, 2009, 19:28:09 pm »
Looks like magnetic electrolysis, wheres the top? .Or, what am i looking at here, the alumin box with a threaded hole

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Re: Please put here all your documents and pictures of Stan Meyer
« Reply #9 on: January 30, 2009, 23:39:45 pm »
The bobbin size I wrote in the first post.2 3/4" od x 3" long with a 3/4" square hole through the inside bobbin.The outside bobbin is for the secondary wire.Each groove is filled one at a time.Fill first one then jump to second one and so forth.The smaller inside bobbin holds the chokes and the primary.The two chokes are wound at the same time side by side.You follow the same path as the secondary.Fill the first then jump across to the next and so forth.Then you wrap paper over top of the chokes, then you wind the primary on top of the chokes.This wire goes from left to right then back from right to left.One row at a time until you get what you need on it for your primary coil.Then this bobbin slides inside the outside.The bore of the outside bobbin will be @ 1 7/8" dia.All grooves will be 1/16" wide.The webs between the grooves are @ .070".As for the "X" marks in the VIC coil drawing figure 6-1,they only represent the area of the cavity to fill.Not any reference to direction or crossing of wire.Longitudinal wrap means left to right,and bidirectional means one way than the other(Both Ways).And yes the chokes need to be stainless,buy yours from dankie before it's gone.
The aluminum box it's in is the back half.Then the front cover as seen in the previos picture,goes on top of this one.The high voltage lead comes out of the hole and the input  goes into the 15 pin block,and yes it's the same as a PC plug.
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Re: Please put here all your documents and pictures of Stan Meyer
« Reply #10 on: January 31, 2009, 00:28:08 am »
dynodon do you know how deep the grooves or the inside diameters are on each bobbin wire cavity and is their a little angled slice in  the .070 divider  to ease the transition of the wire from the top of the wrap to the bottom of the next cavity  similar to hiperformance igntion coil bobbin

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Re: Please put here all your documents and pictures of Stan Meyer
« Reply #11 on: January 31, 2009, 01:13:27 am »
it is common for hi peformance coils to have the secondary wrapped over the primary it increase the voltage when the feild collapses as in this accel coil  the coil surrounded by the core is not common however   the laminates will rust like that  with out the coating it probably was in hi voltage insulating oil bath

dynodon was the unseen case half machined with a oring groove in it so the coil could be filled with insulating oil   and did the outter windings look like the .002 wire was a single wire or was it a small strainded wire made of .002 wire

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Re: Please put here all your documents and pictures of Stan Meyer
« Reply #12 on: January 31, 2009, 03:58:07 am »
My best guess on the depths are 1/2" on secondaries(outside bobbin)and 1/4" deep for the chokes.Straight cut grooves no tapers.That whole coil assembly was in storage and got water in it.It's not a sealed box with O-rings.It doesn't get filled with oil,just a dry box.Stan explains why the primary is in the middle,it helps send the pulses through the chokes and the secondary better.Yes it is backwards than normal.It's designed that way on purpose.Read some more please.It's all in his writings and videos.The WFC is seperate to this box,it isn't the cell.
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Re: Please put here all your documents and pictures of Stan Meyer
« Reply #13 on: January 31, 2009, 11:29:41 am »
GR8 WORK MR DON,
CAN WE PLS HAVE SOME MORE PHOTOS IF POSSIBLE OF THE VIC.
I MEAN THE WIRES AND THE FERRITE ROD BEING USED,
ALL R ASKING ABT THE BOBBIN ,I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW ABT THE CORE HE USED,
I AM SORRY IF I AM ASKING TO MUCH
RGDS PAUL

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Re: Please put here all your documents and pictures of Stan Meyer
« Reply #14 on: January 31, 2009, 12:21:20 pm »
I SEE U SITTING ON THE CARS  TYRE,
DID U EVER TRY STARTING THE CAR WITH STAN'S SETUP ON IT,
IS IT POSSIBLE FOR A PHOTO OF ALL OF HIS UNIT,
I AM ASKING THIS IT LOOKS LIKE UR THE ONLY GUY WHO HAS GOT SO CLOSE TO THE CAR
I DON'T THINK ANY ONE ELSE WAS SO LUCKY AS U R
JUST A THOUGHT
RGDS PAUL

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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #15 on: January 31, 2009, 14:07:32 pm »
Hi,

Please continue here with the discussion on what we see on the pictures of Don.

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Steve