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this is an easy question. it deals with ratios. And known voltages to calculate a rough but close answer. Let's investigate use answers giving in a past comment. One was 16000kv. Another is 5 amps. Let's say the primary voltage is 12 volts at 5 amps. And it produces a 16000 volt spark. What's the miliamperage of the secondary voltage. So we take the two voltages 12÷16000 is a ratio of .00075. Now take that ratio and multply that by the 5 amps from the primary coil. So .00075×5 is .00375 miliamps. Now I'll admit I'm not formally educated. But I do study and I'm an extra class ham radio operator and a former auto mechanic building race engines for friends that have won races with the engine. One time holding the pole at road Atlanta ga. In front of all those V8 mustangs. So if that builds confidence in what I've propose to you. then the better for you.
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