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Old 03-01-2006, 10:21 AM   #16
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Just thought I would post this new motor cooler I found. It works awesome. It is a little larger but the way it is built it gets COLD and gets cold FAST. I bought one and love it. http://www.crazyrcracing.com/1.html

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P.S. And no I have nothing to do with this company other than a very satisfied customer!!
Since you’re a motor man I have a few questions. I think I am going to pick one of these up for this summer. With the reduced temperature can you get away with running a higher roll out? Will this help torque and rpm? Does this effect amp draw? What are safe temps for stock motors in touring car and what kind of temps do they come off after using this cooler? Thanks.
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Old 03-01-2006, 07:19 PM   #17
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Kevin you race in Gatineau or Montreal ? I can't remember.
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Old 03-01-2006, 07:56 PM   #18
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Keven-Good to see you on the boards, welcome to them!
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Old 03-01-2006, 08:39 PM   #19
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great price!!

i will more then likly buy 1...and hes in canada, even better for me
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Old 03-01-2006, 08:40 PM   #20
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Anyone who has both and compared?

The bigger the fan on the hot side and the cooler you keep that side the colder the cold side gets. Type/model of Peltier device used also makes a difference.

Lots of info here on the Peltier device itself
http://www.peltier-info.com/

Have the Much More one myself and works pretty good, temp of cold side gets to be around -2c when on motor in car. Would get colder if no motor and not in car for sure also.
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Old 03-01-2006, 10:22 PM   #21
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Now if they'll just make one big enough for a beer.....
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Old 03-01-2006, 10:27 PM   #22
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It's called a fridge
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Old 03-02-2006, 06:37 AM   #23
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The bigger the fan on the hot side and the cooler you keep that side the colder the cold side gets.
Maybe we should attach another device on the hot side of the first one, to take the heat away and so on!
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Hi guys,

Just want to present myself and I also want to thank you for your interest in my product.

I built this Motor “Freezer” because I want something that will really freeze not only cool. It’s been more than a year since I begin working on this Freezer, before any commercial units was available for us RC racer. I test and work on a lot of configuration to finally find the one I use now. But I want you to know that some improvement to the actual unit could still be done if it need to and the Fan and heat sink combo could also vary due to the availability of it. But I will always use quality components and I will never reduce the performance of my Motor Freezer.

I built and test each unit myself. Please keep in mind that it is time consuming and I also have a full time day job, so you can have to wait a little after your order will be place to receive you Freezer. Actually I estimate the waiting time to be between two or three week before I could built and ship you a Motor Freezer.

My complete address is now on the contact page on my web site, I’m from St-Jerome Quebec Canada. I have not put my phone number online because my English speaking is not very good, so I will prefer to communicate by email. But we can have a phone conversation if it was really needed.


And Thank Eric from EAMotorsports for your support.

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Old 03-02-2006, 10:36 AM   #25
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Is this motor freezer any different from a typical TEC unit you can build? I've tested plenty of these for myself, and have never had the price reach 100 bucks. The only one I've built that cost nearly that much would reach about -5 degrees celcius, almost 40 below freezing.

I do like the car stand/freezer integration though, very nice.
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The price doesnt seem out of line... unless his time isnt worth anything
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Price is right in line I built one and it cost about 60 (and it looks awful ) so 40 for labour sounds fair to me The car stand is the kicker that is a killer idea for all the pan car guys out there.
Great work!
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would reach about -5 degrees celcius, almost 40 below freezing.
Not quite that is only 5 degrees celcius below freezing or about 9 degrees Fahrenheit.
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from what I find on the net -5 Celsius is about 23-24 fahrenheit
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Old 03-02-2006, 02:41 PM   #30
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Exactly and 32 degrees is freezing so 32-23=9
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