Shunts only work at 12 or maybe 24 volts.....and dont cut them out,at higher voltages the shunt balance out the motor...keeping a full north to south magnetic feildOriginally posted by ice64berg@Aug 16 2005, 03:22 PM~3637147
the shunt slows the motor down .... and limits the rpm
the 4 field thou would produce more torque on start up and have lots of rpm .. jsut cant hit it as long
as for trying a 4 field motor at high volts go ahead ... nothing is quaranteed with a warranty is it?
my club members swear thou on prestolite oldschool plus motors...
extra terminal for grounding of motors ... they say they last longer ... so after i burn a motor up i am gonna try one and see for my selfOriginally posted by One Luv@Aug 16 2005, 08:37 PM~3637271
ive personally always used sacos, ive used prestolites jsut not the oldschool plus' whats up with those?