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#1 (permalink)      4/4/2017 6:03:31 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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If i install them in dual coil what would they ohm out to?
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If you have to ask, you are NOT A GOD 2 THEM, you are a clueless noob ;) Careful now.

(It's 0.14 ohms, Ohm's law, resistances in parallel and all that)

(Oh, nearly forgot, FUCKING HELL!!!1!!)
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When all the resistances have the same value and are in parallel, you can divide the value by the number of resistances.

You can also use this formula: 1/Rt = 1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3 +...
Regardless of if the resistances values are the same or not.


In Series they just add up.
Rt= R1 + R2 + ...