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have you guys seen a brushless motor this big?
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have you guys seen a brushless motor this big? - 09.24.2010, 01:57 AM

its the size of a beer bottle. i i wonder what you can use this for, and what esc can you use to power this bad boy.

this site also has some pretty neat stuff as well.
http://www.gfreakracing.com/collections/motors
   
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09.24.2010, 03:02 AM

It is pretty big, yes.
But the only thing that is as big as the beer bottle is the packaging
   
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09.24.2010, 05:20 PM

Exactly^. Those motors arent much bigger than the NeuCastle motors- neu and lehner ( to name but two... ) make motors that are absolutely gigantic and larger than a 1pint bear can...
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White Zombie dude Google it!! And I don't mean the band.
   
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White Zombie dude Google it!! And I don't mean the band.
For the record, he uses a brushed motor.

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i wonder what you can use this for, and what esc can you use to power this bad boy.
That's exactly what I thought when I saw this!


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09.24.2010, 11:41 PM

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its the size of a beer bottle. i i wonder what you can use this for, and what esc can you use to power this bad boy.

this site also has some pretty neat stuff as well.
http://www.gfreakracing.com/collections/motors
This is a pretty big motor..
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The Power of BRUSHLESS!!!!!
http://www.geocities.com/aqwut
1HP (electric) = 746 Watts.
Everything is brushless!!
   
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This BL motor is bigger http://www.robotmarketplace.com/prod...ETEKBL250.html
   
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I win.



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2080 megawatts


NO ....I Win


Just Fix It !!!
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09.27.2010, 01:53 PM

Those look like generators vs motors.
   
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Yeah, looks like a hydro-electric plant..
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Well, TECHNICALLY they could be run in reverse..... I'd call it a tie.


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Well, TECHNICALLY they could be run in reverse..... I'd call it a tie.
yes -----TECHNICALLY they could be run in reverse....

No not a tie in size

yous was only a 17kw AC

mine was 2080 Megawatt


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09.27.2010, 06:28 PM

30kw peak, 14 to 15kw continuous depending on wind. Less than 7 pounds. Beats the etek
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2080 megawatts


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Its the hoover dam main generator room, i've been inside it. I don't think those "generators" are brushless
   
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