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i need a pump motor that can handle 96 volts i know most motors are only 12v butt i heard that saco motors last longer any fact to this or input. thanks
 

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they are all rated 12 volt motors ...even the old school plus
 
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ive had the same motor on my front pump for 3 years now and it just burt up so i think i got my use out of it butt i want a motor that will out last my old motor
 

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Originally posted by Dog Leggin Lincoln@Oct 16 2006, 10:42 AM~6378141
ive been told if you "train" the motors they last longer
hook it up at 12volts an run it for a minute or so the 24volts min or so 36.....an so on an so on....

never tried it myself maybe someone else can back me on this


i do it to every motor i use in the rides we build....seems to work pretty good....
 

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seco comp i used to just run reg motors n they were ok but the seco comps i got now seem alot better they can have 10 good hitts at 96v n just about get warm i didnt run em in just bolted them on n off i went
 

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Originally posted by hosscutlass@Oct 16 2006, 10:23 AM~6377991
i need a pump motor that can handle 96 volts i know most motors are only 12v butt i heard that saco motors last longer any fact to this or input. thanks
HEAVY ENGINE= SACO AND A #9 GEAR
LIGHT V-6 OR LESS= SACO AND #11 OR #13
 
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Originally posted by 87cuttlashopper@Oct 16 2006, 08:32 PM~6381635
HEAVY ENGINE= SACO AND A #9 GEAR
LIGHT V-6 OR LESS= SACO AND #11 OR #13
i have a cce fatboy pump with 8 batterys the pump head is a #9 and my shit hits back bumper
 

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Originally posted by Dog Leggin Lincoln@Oct 16 2006, 12:42 PM~6378141
ive been told if you "train" the motors they last longer
hook it up at 12volts an run it for a minute or so the 24volts min or so 36.....an so on an so on....

never tried it myself maybe someone else can back me on this

never heard that, but I'd like to know about running a 12V motor at 96 Volts for a minute! :thumbsup:
 

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Originally posted by lowrider 4 life@Oct 16 2006, 08:17 PM~6381573
yeah im running 72 on my dubble pump set up they dont even get warm both sacos but i have had luck with the ones from cce to
pretty sure cce sells saco as well
 

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Originally posted by supreme@Oct 18 2006, 02:25 AM~6391142
never heard that, but I'd like to know about running a 12V motor at 96 Volts for a minute! :thumbsup:
lol yeh good point he said you do it off of the pump of coarse but maybe just for a few seconds once you get up into the higher voltage




an i think when it really comes down to it , its all about how you hit the switch

when i first started hoppin at 96v i went through two motors in about a month then my 3rd motor lasted me for about 8 months before i sold it

we've also had good luck with the prestolite motors that have the dual post...one post for a gound
 

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Originally posted by RYDERZ INC.@Oct 20 2006, 02:47 PM~6409470
I GOT PRESTOLITE CHROME MOTORS FOR SALE IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED (661) 322-3605
post pics homie and how much
 
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Originally posted by RYDERZ INC.@Oct 20 2006, 03:47 PM~6409470
I GOT PRESTOLITE CHROME MOTORS FOR SALE IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED (661) 322-3605
need pics and price with shipping
 
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