Oh yeah ....one more thing......motors with laydown brushes are more prone to cause glitching. Need to cut the comm more often. Trim a bit off on the trailing edge of the +ve brushes. That'll help too.
I don't heat would kill the ferrite but the plastic clamps.....if the wires heat up hot enuf....the plastice may melt but not the ferrite..... why strip the insulation material.....mine fit in perfectly on the 12 gauge wire....suppose you need to squeeze that darn thing a little harder.
Well ferrite is not magnetic sort of thingy......made of carbon sort of thing......used in torodial coils to power supplies, am radio antenna.....its function is to reduce or to remove signal distortion....I think..... and suppose heat won't affect its function. Well...thats what I understand....I'm not a radio engineer.
To my knowledge, the ferrite core acts as a "surge" protector. It should also (in theroy) affect punch since it will resist the change in current flow. I doubt that those little units would be strong enuf to have any real impact on your punch tho....
Blade: Andro Treiber H 79g AN
FH: Donic Bluefire M3 Max Blk
BH: Donic Bluefire M2 Max Red
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