lets say i want 250hp
hp x 745.2 = watts
250 x 745.2 = 186,300 watts
divided by 20 amps gives = 9315 volts roughly
that sounds like a stock ignition system to me
though i'm still waiting to confirm how much amperage is seen across a typical spark plug in a honda ignition system
Let's do a few calculations:
186300 watts x 3.314 = 636,028 BTU/hr. A typical room air conditioner cools 6000. BTU/hr. So this unit would be sucking heat energy out of the room equivlaent to 100 room air conditioners? This motor is a hoax.
Amperage in a spark plug wire is extremely high for microsecond pulses, but the average amperage is a LOT less than 20. There might be that much in to coil, but not in the plug wires. If you had 9000 volts and enough resistance to limit current to 20 amps, a plug wire would melt.
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I think he's saying that they'd be bust in a few months if someone came out with a free energy system and that if it did exist someone with the knowledge would stop at nothing to bring it to market.
Not to mention a big hot spot visible where all this energy is eventually converted to heat...
The fact that the idea of a perpetual motion machine (over unity) is hundreds of years old and the most attempted patent, not to mention the fact that the top physicists in the world have at best converted mass into energy through nuclear fission/fusion, tells me that some guy in his backyard is highly unlikely to come up with this.
What is possible though is decreasing load at speed requirements of a vehicle through aerodynamics, and decreasing stop/go energy requirements through battery storage. This means that we can achieve a practical vehicle that doesn't cost much and costs virtually nothing to run. It's there, and the physics, battery and supercapacitor technology is already invented.