Good to see you decided to go down the hybrid route. You'll be quite happy with the power.
And i might have allready cocked it up
I have epoxyed it all together but have forgotten the spark gaps
Anyway, as i have no access to the schrader anymore, how should i go about making a spark gap. I was thinking, just use some screws with a gap of about 1.5mm and epoxy them in. But then i thought, wouldn't i get a shock instead of the spark jumping? So i am thinking of wrapping the whole thing in electrical tape. Would that work?
EDIT: Nevermind, problem solved More epoxy is curing. I should get some results tomorrow.