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White Stripe 08-16-2011 08:44 PM

10t puller vs. 14.4v dewalt
 
Ok so I have a 10t hh puller motor Im running on dual 2s. Its got lots of torque, and I like it. However, I am curious what is the difference compared to a 14.4v dewalt motor. Anyone got any experience? Basically I want more speed without sacrificing torque and low speed control.:roll:

jaymann 08-18-2011 04:54 PM

I have no reference for the hh puller,but i was running a 14.4v dewalt on 4s in my summit.At the time it was getting close to 16 or 17 pounds
never ran out of torque.tons of torque it wasn't really any faster but i was geared down a bit.They are pretty much bullet proof and rebuildable for a resonable price.they can be geared higher for a bit more speed the 18v has more torque but should be run on 5 or 6s

White Stripe 08-21-2011 08:20 PM

So was it as fast as the stock 775 motor but just more torque?

jaymann 08-21-2011 10:52 PM

It is faster and quicker than the titan on 4s geared equal but it can take a bit more gearing than the titan.from my research the titan 775 and the kershaw 700 ho are the same motor the kershaw has more timing for a bit more rpm.the dewalt destroys either one really
the 12v is the quickest of the three but runs hot like burn your hand hot the 14.4 worked fine for my truck.
here some climbs and stuff may give you a idea.the stuff not labeled brushless are with the dewalt the other trucks are running stock motors or a kershaw 700 ho mine is the white bronco or white silveradoo. http://www.youtube.com/user/discusdog

White Stripe 08-22-2011 08:17 PM

Thanks for the good info. So have you broken anything with the dewalt? Or have you gotten it to stall crawln?

jaymann 08-23-2011 11:58 AM

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Originally Posted by White Stripe (Post 3244216)
Thanks for the good info. So have you broken anything with the dewalt? Or have you gotten it to stall crawln?

I couldn't get it to stall really something would break first.popped a axle here or there (my fault)"if it's jammed it jammed dummy"couple diff's again somewhat my fault being dumb(looking into metal diff cups not cheap)twisted a shaft or two again driver abuse.A great motor that i will still run in the winter likely.rebuildable torque up the ying yang cheap and almost bullet proof can be geared up or down depending on what you want

swezy207 09-07-2011 11:39 AM

Where can you find the aluminum diff cup? I've been looking...

panama 09-09-2011 11:02 PM

no aluminum diff-cups.
 
been reading upn that on anther site and isaw a pic of one made for the summit but not forsale yet, but check out this linkhttp://traxxas.com/forums/showthread...ight=brushless
and scroll thru this thread and you'll see a pic of themhttp://traxxas.com/forums/showthread...96#post4908096


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