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Old 08-03-2012, 06:38 AM
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Default High revving Brushed motors

Right a bit of a strange question, but I would like some answers if anyone could help, I want to use some EDF's but using brushed motors size 360-400, I know people are going to say use brushless motors but NO, plus the brushed motors have to be capable of using 12 volts, & have a high RPM. I hope someone can help point me in the direction of which motors are available, if there are any ?

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There is a site on the bottom of the header bar titled Wattflyer, it is an electric forum that has all the answers for electric power and answered by 100% electric users.
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I get what you're wanting to do but why? The only reason to use a brushed motor is if you aren't able to get a brushless one.

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