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Re: Re: Enough pork in this pig???

Original poster: "Yurtle Turtle by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <yurtle_t-at-yahoo-dot-com>

If you can trade this one in try for one like:



--- Tesla list <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> wrote:
> Original poster: "by way of Terry Fritz
> <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <network-at-neXband-dot-com>
> Thanks everyone for replying to my question.  It's
> not what I wanted to 
> hear but the truth hurts sometimes.  I was hoping
> for a 14.4kv output 
> cause it just seems easier to deal with in regards
> to spark gaps.  I don't 
> quite understand how you get the rated 12470kv out
> of this thing.  Does it 
> have to be in the "Y" configuration?  There's always
> a chance that I can 
> get a more qualified pig from my source.  Ok, so as
> far as I know I'm 
> looking for something that kicks 14.4kv at 5-10kva. 
> My source is a "big 
> wig" at the local power company so, what specs
> should I tell this person 
> in order to get the right thing?  Mind you it will
> be next year before I 
> can get a pig running due to my poor judgment when
> wiring my shed and I'm 
> also still enjoying/improving my coil that is
> running the "Greg Hunter" 
> MOT supply.  If someone can give me some detailed
> specs for a pig to pass 
> along to my friend, I would appreciate it very much.
>           Thanks again all!!!
>           Gregg Adams
> You wrote:  
> >Original poster: "Barton B. Anderson by way of
> Terry Fritz " 
> >
> >Hi Godfrey, Gregg,
> >
> >I see where you were coming from and you were right
> that I misread the