Jozzer wrote:I've recently recieved some new motors from Agni, designed for higher efficiency under higher loadings and thought I'd introduce them here.
I've been having great fun testing these on the dyno, and have found them to be more than capable of 15KW+ continuously. They have been prepared with double thick magnets and are running a larger airgap than before. Other new features include a new better fitting brushholder with adjuster screws to set timing limits (might come in useful for a servo operated automatic ]
Nuts&Volts wrote:Any more data, numbers or prices for any of these bad boys. Maybe kinda cool to just drop of these bad boys in with a higher power kelly or alltrax.
Thanks for sharing Jozzer
c_a wrote:Jozzer wrote:...only dropping to 86% when hit with 400A/30KW...
can`t belive this, my lynch dropped to <70% at 100V/380Amps, I got only 34HP at the rear wheel
Jozzer wrote:Just found one of the highest power runs I got from twin Agni 95R's (a ttx02) on the Dynojet motorcycle dyno.. (off topic, since this is supposed to be about the 111RDR)
Jozzer wrote:Here are some graphs produced with my Dyno for interest. I've got some calibrating and experimenting to do before I will be able to produce "proffessional" looking graphs, but I know you'll appreciate the data.
I do have (and have used at the track) a proper temperature controlled high pressure pump and very fine misting jet that produces far better results, but have yet to find time to hook it all up to the dyno and tune it. When I do, I'll add results here..
Jozzer wrote:Hiya, No, nothing wrong, just got distracted with another motor we're working on! The 111rdr's have been run every day at up to 40KW (I need it to warm up my lab, 20 mins at full pelt heats the room for ages!), and has had no problems at all.
I need to do some work on the dyno's code in order to produce graphs according to Agni's needs, so it's not a simple one day effort..I'll get there soon!
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