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coil comparison on 5K

Post by oneday on Tue 29 Dec 2015, 6:38 am

heres a vid testing a few coils out against each other on the GPX machines.



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Re: coil comparison on 5K

Post by Wedgetail on Tue 29 Dec 2015, 7:40 am

Interesting and it shows that sometimes ya just have to "pump" EMF into those pesky "wobbly" signals to develop 'em into something diggable. Keep going over it, quite quickly even and see if the sig gets better. It can meant the diff between digging it or leaving it.

I reckon that first coil was the worst. Hard to pick the best of the rest.

Had a report from a mate in Leo - 2.9 grammer at 9 inches with a 2300 and it boomed out! He rarely uses anything else these days. I love mine,,,,,,,,,,,wouldn't where it is? Laughing
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