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RE: Suitable doorknob caps?

Original poster: "Jim Mora" <jmora@xxxxxxxxxxx>


I have 6 of the Yish 112K 50KV caps that I was going to build a multiplier
circuit  with and 4 of the 202K 40KV caps. I built a different circuit to
charge my big discharge caps. They compare favorably with the TDK's I have
socked away for my future VTTC. I was surprised that they have American
threads too.

I'll sell them at a good discount if you are interested. They are brand new.
Contact me off list if interested.

Jim Mora

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Sent: Friday, January 12, 2007 11:31 PM
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Subject: Re: Suitable doorknob caps?

Original poster: Mike <megavolts61@xxxxxxxxx>

I don't see why these would be bad,  but they could cause you to need
to retune your system if they change under 'load'.   I have about 20
radio transmitter caps......they seem to work just fine.....and look
to be similar to those you are asking about.    I got lucky.    will
you?    I sure don't know.

Original poster: Brett Miller <brmtesla2@xxxxxxxxx>

VTTC Coilers:

I was just wondering if these caps would be suitable
as a substitution for the TDK version that is usually
par for the course:


I know they are possibly more cheaply made and a risk,
but at that diminished cost, it might be worth trying.
   They are supposedly Strontium Titanate dialectric.
Any thoughts?

I guess I need to compare those specs to their TDK


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