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Neu Motors - 03.27.2008, 04:59 AM

Just a basic, quick questions, do the neu motors come with wires?
   
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03.27.2008, 10:48 AM

Yes. They are similar to Feigaos in that the coil wires are twisted together and extend out of the can.
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03.27.2008, 02:22 PM

Have anyone fried a Neu yet?....
I'm hoping Mike will be able to get me 2 1527/2.5D ...


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Have anyone fried a Neu yet?....
I'm hoping Mike will be able to get me 2 1527/2.5D ...
A guy in a boat forum fried 2 1527.
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Wow, they must have really been pushing it! Do you know if it was from over loading, over rpm, or what?
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Wow, they must have really been pushing it! Do you know if it was from over loading, over rpm, or what?
He might have been using a screw longer than recommended.
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Was it used in a boat?


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He might have been using a screw longer than recommended.
Yeah, that would do it...
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Was it used in a boat?
Yes. You can see the thread here: http://www.rumrunnerracing.com/fefor...ad.php?t=25313. I like that forum a lot, manily because I see what king of power I can actually get from my set ups. Most of those guys are really pushing the limits and it helps me save my stuff .

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03.27.2008, 05:47 PM

I'm banned from that site for no reason.. I love that site too...

Guess the neu's are holding up pretty good... and Mike have just ordered a pair of 1527/2.5D's for me... woohoo, I can't wait...

What gauge wires are one the Neu 15 series?.. 10 or 12?


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