Thankyou again to Imhotep, Shiva, Mr Brown, Stargate22, Sucahyo.
I have had a good time making these fans although it has been frustrating due too my lack of knowledge.
I progressed from building fans that were already wound to winding my own and thats when I blew my first npn3055.
Oh those were the days.
Then I went on to bifiller and tri filler and quad filler.
Then with stargate22's inpiration I built a hex filler.
Thats when the trouble started I continually blew transisters and the search for a golden transistor that could handle the excess voltage spikes began.
I have a six inch fan and a 10 inch fan I still have to build and I wanted to solve the problem of the transistors blowing I asked as many people as I could and all the response seemed to be was make sure you have a battery connected or capacitor.
I could not accept this and kept buying trialing and blowing every transistor I got my hands on.
I even tried the ones rick and john bedini reccomends for his 10 "fans and I blew them.
I have some light I have found a transistor that can handle the voltage spikes and is cheap.
It is mentioned below I found them on ebay it was my last resort I hope it gives people the security of not wasting money and a lot of time.
It only has a 20 amp max
although it has a 1000v max(I feel that this was the winner as its the spikes that go over the 100v, I have three transistors on the hex filler).
So go ahead and build that power fan. http://www.datasheetarchive.com/BUT11A-datasheet.html
NPN Silicon Power Transistors H29BUTT11A TO-220 10pcs
+ US $0.99