itselectric wrote:The HS3540 will out run the 9x7, and very close to 9x6, just a bit slower. And the 9x5 will out run the HS3540.
The HS3540 is very close to 5303 or 02
The HT3525 is very close to the Crystalyte 408, but just bit slower.
Price point, the 5x are the most expensive motors
9c had much lower price point, a bit more power then 408, so for dollar per power, 9c own the market
The HS/HT price is coming down to match with 9c price point, we should see more adaption on HS/HT
Hyena wrote:If you don't know about these motors do a search - they're basically 9C weight but with X5 performance. WINNING! /charlie sheen
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icecube57 wrote:Here is a fuzzy hint... notice the offset of the stator.... What I did is a perfect way to increase the KV of a 9C 9x7. It will spin alot fast. Wink...
icecube57 wrote:I came to a stop and it was billowing out smokeout of my nice big holes.
The motor pulls great.
The Mighty Volt wrote:@IceCube:
Why are you getting smoke from your 9C at 100v and 45Amps??
45Amps seems pretty civilized in comparison to the figures I have been seeing bandied about on the forums.
Also, I feel you when you talk about re-assembling the motor wrong. I have been there where I spend weeks looking over a problem, then realize some small mistake that I made.
Best of luck with it anyways.
icecube57 wrote:Im also puzzled on how to rotate these covers to stop the stator from scrubbing when the motor gets near that borderline hot temp to where I need to back off . It may make sense to see where the stator is scraping and dremel it down a hair.
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