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From: Derek Engelhaupt <derekengelhaupt-at-rocketmail.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 20:34:47 -0800 (PST)
Reply-To: tanks-at-rctankcombat.com

I am looking at using some of the 500W Unite Motors at 36V using the Vantec RDFR33's I picked up on Ebay since they are about 18A continuous at that voltage.  Haven't bought them yet though because I'm still in the process of building my Tiger that will be using my RS80D controller and 2 geared wheelchair motors.  I also saw some MY1020 Unite motors at 900W and I thought that they might be overkill.  But then I thought about the three things in life you can never have enought of:  sex, money, and power in your R/C paintball tank.....

P.S.  I did have problems subscribing too.  Then I subscribed with my other Email address, now I get a double post on every message - one from each Email address.  The funny thing is that I subscribed with my primary address multiple times and got nothing.  As soon as I subscribed with my alternate address, both of them started working.  Email Frank (I believe he runs the site) using the administrator message link from the main page and have him add you to the list manually if you can't get the list to work.  Oh by the way Frank, can you kindly remove my nitzer-at-charter.net address from the list while you are at it so I can stop getting double posts?  Thanks.

Derek "double post" Engelhaupt

Todd Hutchins <zouave114-at-hotmail.com> wrote:
Hello all,
If this is a duplicate post, sorry about that. I read the archives and
don't recieve any direct e-mail.

I have been lurking for awhile just reading and learning. I am finally to
the stage of installing a powerplant and was wondering if anyone had used
the scooter motors in the 12/24 volt 200 watt-500 watt range? There were
quite a few posts that showed interest, but I didn't locate an posts that
described the results, other than those initially done by Joe Sommer on a
test bed. Anyone had luck with these?

Thanks in advance,
Todd Hutchins

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