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GriffinRU 04.06.2007 09:53 PM

Stock E-Maxx with modiified Slipperential transmission
 
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Stock E-Maxx with modified Mike's slipperential transmission and nice brushed motor.

entjoles 04.06.2007 09:55 PM

looks great, did you make the motor mount?

GriffinRU 04.06.2007 10:05 PM

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Originally Posted by entjoles
looks great, did you make the motor mount?

Thank you,
Yes, now I am thinking about making one to mount two small 380-size motors, because with current one smallest pinion for motor in mod1 is 18t and limited by motor diameter. So either go to 32pitch or smaller motors.
But current motor has no trouble to run this.

GorillaMaxx360 04.06.2007 10:10 PM

looks nice is this possably something that could go into production to use with the stock emaxx chassis

GriffinRU 04.06.2007 10:22 PM

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Originally Posted by GorillaMaxx360
looks nice is this possably something that could go into production to use with the stock emaxx chassis

Well, thats the plan.

It would be a simple kit - new drive shafts and filing chassis a little bit to make room for differential gear.

GorillaMaxx360 04.06.2007 10:26 PM

about how long untill you are ready to sell them? would you sell them through mike and what would you include

GriffinRU 04.06.2007 10:39 PM

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Originally Posted by GorillaMaxx360
about how long untill you are ready to sell them? would you sell them through mike and what would you include

Once testing done then in couple days. I need to check with Mike first.
Kit will include parts from slipperential transmission and drive shafts with cups.

GorillaMaxx360 04.06.2007 10:51 PM

so everything needed for it to work(basically just mike slipperential but a different motor mount) also the motor mount is machined right because in the picture it looks molded kind of

_also will it work with all size motors like the neu and feiago motors

1bigemaxx 04.06.2007 11:05 PM

What type of motor is that?

GriffinRU 04.06.2007 11:13 PM

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Originally Posted by GorillaMaxx360
so everything needed for it to work(basically just mike slipperential but a different motor mount) also the motor mount is machined right because in the picture it looks molded kind of

_also will it work with all size motors like the neu and feiago motors

Printscreen from CAD drawing, actual part - machined from aluminum.
Any 540-size motor with can diameter 35.8mm will fit. So, any Novak, Feigao 540 and smaller, LMT 19-series and smaller.
NeuMotors 15-series won't fit (with 18t pinion) because motors diameter 39.5mm.

I will check for possible motor and pinion combos later.

GorillaMaxx360 04.06.2007 11:24 PM

is there anyway using a smaller or bigger pinion i could be a neu 1515 motor to fit. and if not will you be making a different version to accomidate these motors or can you motify the current version to allow these motors to work.

GriffinRU 04.06.2007 11:29 PM

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Originally Posted by 1bigemaxx
What type of motor is that?

Brushed motor from Plettenberg-motoren.
It is an old one HP270.

HP290 would be a blast too, but I need to check on dimensions first.

GriffinRU 04.06.2007 11:54 PM

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Originally Posted by GorillaMaxx360
is there anyway using a smaller or bigger pinion i could be a neu 1515 motor to fit. and if not will you be making a different version to accomidate these motors or can you motify the current version to allow these motors to work.

Neu 1515 will work with current adapter using pinion 22t and Up.
I will work on utilization of smaller pinions later.

TimXLB 04.07.2007 12:26 AM

GriffinRU:

Hi,

great looking mount. just what I have been looking for. I am going brushless in my E Maxx and was thinking about something like this.
please keep us informed.


Thanks

MetalMan 04.07.2007 01:57 AM

Are there any problems with the motor mount flexing from the weight of the motor? It looks to me like that could be a problem.


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