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Old 03-04-2008, 04:47 PM   #16
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Thats new looks cool.
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I'll post some pics later on after work. Might end up changing it up a bit. Needs to last more than 30m before it drains the battery out. Possible a 27t. Dont know I will have to play with it to see what works better than stock.
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i reccomend the 10,000 MAH 5s2p from maxamps
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Old 03-04-2008, 08:51 PM   #18
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More pics of the finished vacum. Trial and error but is done.
1- 10t, 4200s blew the fan blade out and blew the fuse. Removed fuse.
2- 10t with zero timing and 3300s. Same thing with the fan but it held for 30 sec.
3- 19t komodo and 3300s held up but the turbine wizle was too loud for the wife.
4- 27t epic ballbearings,tweaked and all the good stuff and 5 3300s.
5- all the work and sweat and a happy wife. priceless
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Old 03-04-2008, 09:16 PM   #19
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I did something similar with a battery powered squirt gun about 18 years ago. It was the ORIGINAL super soaker. And molded into an Uzi, to boot.
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haha...that's too funny!
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Old 03-04-2008, 11:51 PM   #21
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More pics of the finished vacum. Trial and error but is done.
1- 10t, 4200s blew the fan blade out and blew the fuse. Removed fuse.
2- 10t with zero timing and 3300s. Same thing with the fan but it held for 30 sec.
3- 19t komodo and 3300s held up but the turbine wizle was too loud for the wife.
4- 27t epic ballbearings,tweaked and all the good stuff and 5 3300s.
5- all the work and sweat and a happy wife. priceless
watch out now she may want you to tweek some other battery operated stuff around the house
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Just a late thought...switching to the Tamiya Sport Tuned motor would have increased the power and kept pretty good run time. Not quite as much power as the 27T but better then the silver can with better run time then the 27T.
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ahemm.....Brushless...aheemmm
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ahemm.....Brushless...aheemmm
Forget Brushless.... Time for the big guns... a Turbine!!! http://www.jetcatusa.com
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The picture with the decals on the Swiffer had me rolling...
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A brushless swifer that would be so cool!
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