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Re: Beer bottle /Geek Group Caps
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- Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 07:52:38 -0600
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Original poster: Jerry White <starcatfisher@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Good idea! I think that I will do this. I am almost ready to start the
building phase. It will take a while because we are starting our busy
season at work and I have a very limited budget, but when I get it running
I will let every one know. Thanks for all the valuble info.
Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Original poster: Karl Lindheimer
Why not do the following: Build a Geek Group style beer bottle bucket cap
with the brown bottles you have. Measure your coil's performance.
Later, rebuild the cap with clear Corona beer bottles and compare
results. I used for two years a bucket cap made with Corona bottles, and
it worked nearly as well as the MMC that eventually replaced it.
Corona bottles are narrow, and have a nice skinny neck which I believe
keeps "Corona" losses down.
On Apr 8, 2005, at 11:14 PM, Tesla list wrote:
>I read a post the other day that mentioned caps using dark bottles heating
>up. Is there any real difference between clear and brown bottles? I am
>about to make a Geek Group cap and all I have is brown bottles. If I need
>cl ear bottles I will have to suffer and drink more beer. The things we
>will do to build a coil! :-)) Sill cheeper than building a mmc. That will
>be in the future.