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Old 02-08-2006, 06:07 AM   #16
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Good question. For my lather motor, I tried using a Monster Stock that I had lying around. I powered it with my ICE charger in motor break-in mode. If I tried to make more than just the most microscopic cut, the motor would draw more than 10A and the ICE would shut down.

I'd love to have a motor that would spin reasonably fast even under a bit of load and not draw more than about 8A.

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Use a old mod motor, set it at 0 deg timing. I use a 12T, never pull more than 5 amps @ 3V.
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We now have 55t, 65t and the new 75t In Stock
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