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Old 07-28-2004, 08:41 AM   #46
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i wonder if this motor will out perfrom the binaries and the monster stock if they do exist.
they definetly will.
the main difference would be made to the arm and with the v2 endbell they will be the biz.
rick,is it possible to make a motor that has true high torque and rpm?
or is it all a compramise?
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Are you refering to the diodes they are running between the Lamination stack and the weld tab that holds the wire from the winds?

Another company{SIM} was/is doing this.They sent me a Motor and it was fast. But is it legal?
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Are you refering to the diodes they are running between the Lamination stack and the weld tab that holds the wire from the winds?

Another company{SIM} was/is doing this.They sent me a Motor and it was fast. But is it legal?
yeahn there like square black things but apparently there not diodes.
theres a pic on big jims forum bt i cant get the pic here.
he calls them power trix arms.
ave you seen heard anything of them rick?
they are meant to cut down on arcing and increase effciancy and power output.
i think they are a diode/capacitor unit and smooths out the power being put into the motor from speedo?
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Old 07-28-2004, 09:02 AM   #49
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This concept has been around for a while. Peak made armatures for the company that does this over 10 years ago. But they have no gained acceptance.

They can reduce arcing but hard to tell if they make a differecne.
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41510 V2 Endbell Adaptation Kit (EPIC)
41511 V2 Endbell Adaptation Kit (Yokomo, TOP)

We can get you some screws just email Joe Pillars at joe(at)team-orion.com and he will set you up.
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