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i need to find out the gpm of mazocchi gears #6-13

i dont have a flow meter, and i assmue someone on here has doen this before?!

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1800 rpms is achieved at what volts ?

or oes it matter ,will the gear top out regardless of volts?
 
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just personal research!, do you know his #?

that was a good question ! at what volts would 1800rpms be achieved?
 

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thats tuff, I'm not sure but its around 24volts,

I had a discussion with todd a while back and he told me they test at 1,800

But what I know for sure in Hydraulic industry is example if you had a 5gpm pump head to match it perfectly the way its designed for is a 5hp motor, I know it really doens't relate to us but hope it helps,

his email is [email protected] but be warned he doesn't give out info to any one and gets kinda mad sometimes, so PLEASE DONT MENTION MY NAME AT ALL..

he'll either redirect your email or tell you to call BRIAN at 502-969-7600 which is CCE, supposed to be the wolrd wide distributor, at least that is what todd keeps telling me...

I heard from someone today that he's only east coast distributor.. not sure, hope the info helps...
 
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ill give it a try,lol

thanks for info, if any one else has anything to add please do so!
 

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Originally posted by Equipped Customs@Nov 10 2003, 05:22 PM
i need to find out the gpm of mazocchi gears #6-13

i dont have a flow meter, and i assmue someone on here has doen this before?!

thanks
WHY ARE YOU TRYIN TO FIGURE THAT OUT....NONE OF IT WILL
MATTER....
 

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Originally posted by Volv_lo@Nov 10 2003, 07:29 PM
Are you doing some kind of research or making a site???

Call Todd Kesler at Marzocchi, they always tell me info when I called, BTW your GPM is at 1,800 rpm's
damn, I have all my info on a floppy at home. I talked to some guy at Marzoochi Pompe years back about shit, back when CCE became the main distributor. Brian give me his phone number and info, but is probably outdated since I got all of it back in 1998 or early 99.

I can get you what info I have when I head home for Thanksgiving ;)

Have lots of interesting stuff I found out too :0
 
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Originally posted by BlackMagicHydraulics+Nov 11 2003, 01:09 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (BlackMagicHydraulics @ Nov 11 2003, 01:09 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--Equipped Customs@Nov 10 2003, 05:22 PM
i  need to find out the gpm of mazocchi gears #6-13

i dont have a flow meter, and i assmue someone on here has doen this before?!

thanks
WHY ARE YOU TRYIN TO FIGURE THAT OUT....NONE OF IT WILL
MATTER....[/b][/quote]
how do you figure none of it will matter?????
 

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Originally posted by Equipped Customs+Nov 11 2003, 01:38 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Equipped Customs @ Nov 11 2003, 01:38 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>
Originally posted by [email protected] 11 2003, 01:09 PM
<!--QuoteBegin--Equipped Customs
@Nov 10 2003, 05:22 PM
i  need to find out the gpm of mazocchi gears #6-13

i dont have a flow meter, and i assmue someone on here has doen this before?!

thanks

WHY ARE YOU TRYIN TO FIGURE THAT OUT....NONE OF IT WILL
MATTER....
how do you figure none of it will matter?????[/b][/quote]
what specs a company might give, will be all wrong when you use in it real life and run 96volts to it. Other than that it might help ya.
 
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ok, thats is all that needed to be said, althought i would still ilke to know the gpm
 

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Originally posted by Equipped Customs@Nov 11 2003, 03:05 PM
ok, thats is all that needed to be said, althought i would still ilke to know the gpm
OLD TESTS THAT WERE DONE A FEW YEARS AGO??????
# 7 @ 60 VOLTS 4.9 GPM
'' '' 72 VOLTS 5.3 '' ''
#9 @ 60 VOLTS 5.8 GPM
'' '' '' 72 VOLTS 6.5 '' ''
#11 ????????????????? NEVER DID THE MATH...HOPE THIS WILL HELP......BECAUSE IT DIDN'T HELP US......IF I TOOK THIS TO MY M.I.T
PROFESSOR, HE WOULD SAY IT'S MATHEMATICALLY INCORRECT....
BUT ,THEY SAID THE SAME ABOUT HELICOPTER.......GOOD LUCK
 
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Originally posted by Equipped Customs@Nov 11 2003, 03:05 PM
ok, thats is all that needed to be said, althought i would still ilke to know the gpm
hey much appreciated bro!!

your right it didnt help me any,lol but still is nice to know!

thanks agian

Jon
 
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here is some CURRENT info:


#6---2.75 gpm at 3500 rpm
#7---3.25 gpm at 3500 rpm
#9---3.75 gpm at 3500 rpm
#11 4.75 gpm at 3500 rpm
#13 5.75 gpm at 3500 rpm
 

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now that we figured flows we should figure out specific voltages on certain gears at x amount of volts ... and see what pressure we get

then i suppose it would depend on what motor and how many fields was in it .. or how it was wound would be the next variable

what springs how far is the car going to far until it it comes down before rebounding...how much stroke ... pressure applied

theres so many variable and restrictions (parasitic presure loss) ...



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