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Old 04-16-2009, 01:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is This Dc Motor Ok For Chevy S10? I'm New To This

Hi,
I'm new to this, still learning.

Can someone tell me if this DC motor is good or not for a Chevy S10?

Here is all the info from the tag.
DC volts 36/48
KW 14.1
RPM 1325
Amps 330
GE# 5BT1366B162B
LENGTH: 17 inches
DIAMETER: 11.5 inches
WEIGHT: 200 lbs

It is from a 5,000 LB Forklift. I was concerned because of the low RPM but not sure how much that matters. thank you!

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Old 04-16-2009, 01:15 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm thinking about putting that guy on my 250 motorcycle

So how fast does your truck go in top gear at 1325 rpm? That will tell you the top theoretical speed without attempting regearing.
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the speed?

I don't know any speed yet, it's in an old Hyster forklift that I'm dismantling right now. Just wasn't sure if it was any good? Can it be overpowered for higher RPM?
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I can discuss it after 4pm today.
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hah? why 4pm? I guess this is my last post. I thought this was some helpful forum where you could get assistance and learn? You people are a bunch of jerks. Why make fun of me? I was just trying to learn and get advice, just like you needed when you were first introduced to all this. I'll certainly tell the other forums to stay away from this one, thanks for all the ridicule and help. I'll go somewhere else for it.
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no no, what speed are you doing currently when your GAS engine is at 1525rpm? IE, at 1325rpm in top gear I'm at 45mph in my S10. Now your turn.

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Wow. You apparently don't understand sarcasm or jest, and have taken everything said literally and to heart--where it promptly stabbed you viciously.

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Cool

He'll tell you after 4pm, because that is when it closes. I have seen the motor and it look pretty nice, If you can out bid me!!!
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