- Mon May 23, 2016 11:19 am
1.. idk what voltage lets this motor move at 8000! thats really good but if its a series wound, with no load they all spin extremely fast
2.. dont go off lou's experience, the odds of a faulty leeson are extremely small. Id hook that motor to a random chassis and test it with 43b, i bet its a beast
3. the 12v motor i listed is more similar to the above motor based on dimensions and no cooling. 28amp at 12v is 336watts, not powerful at stock settings, the leeson 1/3rd is 24v 13.5 amps 324 watts so very similar (the leeson the better motor by far only because internal fan )
I dont really see any tangible specs on this motor , in other words were comparing the nominal numbers on the other 2 motors and the self claimed peak numbers on this motor !
In reality , the 1/3 hp leeson on 48v and the yk42-4 controller would work just fine , so then we can safely say its running 3484 WATTS ! right .. WELL GUESS WHAT , thats 4.67 HP , way more than the above motor claims . The 12 v i listed i wouldnt push beyond 2400 personally but thats neither here nor there.
4 . they simply dont offer lots of info on the motor, it remind me of when we bought an ampflow motor, they make these insane claims and sell 40 dollar motors for 100 and claim they are vastly superior or "reworked".. Meanwhile we blew one and another member blew another almost instantly..