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Author Topic: My s1r9a9m9 replication!  (Read 493055 times)

Offline pablitosax

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #750 on: August 10, 2008, 11:23:10 PM »
Here there is some people following the s1r9a9m9 replication too :

http://www.energeticforum.com/renewable-energy/2242-water-sparkplug-7.html

 ;D

Offline xbox hacker

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #751 on: August 11, 2008, 01:47:08 AM »
@Xbox

Thanks for your reply.

You mean to say that you are using only one capacitor on primary side i.e. 500 pF @ 6000 V in place of three capacitor shown in Cap70 circuit? Is that AC or DC capacitor? Can you give me the part number and make?

Tommorrow i will source these capacitor also along with other capacitors, which Cap70 has suggested. Then i will test out the circuit and will let you know.

Fortunately i have one old radio where a linear ferrite coil is available. So it will be a nice idea to test this out too.

Thanks for the test steps. That will be a gr8 help. Can i know what transformer you are referring to? Is that normal 12 volt to 230 / 110 volt transformer?

You have mentioned about using the adjustable spark gap tool at primary side. I think you are referring to secondary side i.e. DC side. Is that correct?

With yours and Cap70 inputs, i think i will be soon reaching to stage of testing the plasma spark for various other tests like pressure test, Hydroxy test, Tero plug etc etc.

With best regards

Praveen

I am using 4 - 2kV caps in series..the total capacitance is 500pF and total voltage is 6kV....i do have some caps on order for china, they should be here soon and i will test them to let everyone know that these caps will work for Cap70s Coil!

The transformer i am referring too is the ferrite coil you have made...

The adjustable spark gap is on the PRIMARY side...the HV side!

Offline xbox hacker

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Re: My cap70 replication!
« Reply #752 on: August 11, 2008, 03:35:36 AM »
I'm doing some pressure experiments with Luc's circuit. I recently shorted out my coil primary. Is it a problem feeding a coil 140+ volts when it's designed for 12-14? How can I protect it?

Thanks,

Dave

This is from the URGENT topic.....this is why i use Cap70s Coil design!!!!!  ;D

Offline vlindos

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #753 on: August 11, 2008, 08:45:52 PM »
Hi, All!
I am trying to replicate the cap70 coil circuit design too. And I having problems too.  ;D
Any help would be great. Here is the problems (see attached picture of my setup):

If I connect B and C no spark apear anywhere. Guess the HV get "shorted" ?
If I leave B and C separated and get close D to B a spark apear betwen B and D and at A point.
If I turn the LV circuit on the lamp bulb (A) appears be "shorted" (from somewhere not having clue ??!) and lights on constantly. The capacitor doesn't seem to be charging/discharging. If spark occurs at point A no "bangs" gets out on the seconds spark.

Thanks!
« Last Edit: August 11, 2008, 09:16:35 PM by vlindos »

Offline happyvalley808

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #754 on: August 12, 2008, 12:32:09 AM »
@Xbox,

I was reviewing your pressure tests, and i'm curious why you did not achieve better results with the new plug,,,,
I know your new jig is larger, more volume and you said it was leaking air.....Have you done more pressure tests??
Is the jig still leaking??...........Were did you get your adjustable spark gap......

Thanks ,

HV

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #755 on: August 12, 2008, 01:33:46 AM »
@HV:
I know your new jig is larger, more volume and you said it was leaking air.....
My last vid was with the old jig, the one that leaked was the old jig, it leaked because of the bolts in the side....MY new jig is much smaller. I made a new one because i needed a 3rd port for adding air. The original jig had 2 bolts taped through it to make the spark gap.

Have you done more pressure tests??
Not yet....

Is the jig still leaking??
yes...but i made a new one, so now its not....LOL  ;D

Were did you get your adjustable spark gap......
AutoZone


The marine spark plug does not provide the same power a 2 bolts ground to points (pointing at each other) With the marine plug in the jig and about 30psi, i get very poor results. So i will drill and tap the new jig and try the 2 bolts again...in the new jig

Offline happyvalley808

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #756 on: August 12, 2008, 01:45:39 AM »
@xbox,

I think building a test cylinder the same size as ( or close ) to the test motor you will be using after the circuit is perfected,  this would give more accurate test results.........just a thought , since you will not be using 2 ss bolts in the motor, do you see a good reason to proceed in pressure testing using bolts???

Mahalo,

HV     

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #757 on: August 12, 2008, 01:59:27 AM »
@HV:
since you will not be using 2 ss bolts in the motor, do you see a good reason to proceed in pressure testing using bolts???

What makes you think i wont be using them in the motor?  ;)

Yes i see good reason....PROOF OF CONCEPT! And i just fun!!! The marine plug and a normal plug did not have the guts to move the gauge a few psi...the bolts was 40psi +.....do you see a reason not to continue using SS bolts? Soon i will try my hand at making my own plug.... it will look kinda like this....

(http://www.overunity.com/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=3977.0;attach=25346)

I didnt want to go the rout of making a plug.....but i guess i might just try one...or even a firestorm.

I have many other ideas in the works too....we will see what the best direction will be....

Offline happyvalley808

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #758 on: August 12, 2008, 02:39:29 AM »
@Xbox,

I see... That makes perfect sense, please proceed ......What size and make of engine will you be using to conduct your trials after circuit is complete ??  .............Do you think it is appropriate to have a test cylinder close to the size of the motor cylinder that you will test the completed circuit on??????

  Best Regards,

HV

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #759 on: August 12, 2008, 02:49:36 AM »
@Xbox,

I see... That makes perfect sense, please proceed ......What size and make of engine will you be using to conduct your trials after circuit is complete ??  .............Do you think it is appropriate to have a test cylinder close to the size of the motor cylinder that you will test the completed circuit on??????

  Best Regards,

HV

Its a B&S 14hp  i think....the new test jig is a 3/4 Tee fitting, so the volume of that is the size of the jig. I am not sure as to the volume of the head of the B&S.............

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #760 on: August 12, 2008, 11:54:06 PM »
Good news for anyone wanting to know what cap to use!!

I just got these in today and they work fine! And they are stupid cheap  ;D

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=150221264168&ssPageName=STRK:MEWN:IT&ih=005

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #761 on: August 13, 2008, 12:25:18 AM »
@xbox,

So using one cap will do the trick?

HV

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #762 on: August 13, 2008, 12:53:45 AM »
@xbox,

So using one cap will do the trick?

HV
For now, yes!

Always room for improvement  ;D


Offline tiltfulll

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Re: My s1r9a9m9 replication!
« Reply #764 on: August 13, 2008, 05:34:09 AM »
Hi guys!

I'm not trying to distract anyone but take a look at this pdf of the Bojce electrolizer.
I find some interesting info that can be affecting us...if we tying to modify the timing on a one cylinder 4 stroke engine.
look at bottom of page 38 under "Waste Spark"

http://pesn.com/2007/09/29/9500450_BobBoyce_Electrolizer_Plans/d9.pdf