what high torque motor should i get?

Discussion in 'Gun Building, Modifications & Repairs' started by srg001, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. srg001

    srg001 New Member

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    I have an upgraded kwa m16. I need a motor that can pull an m130 spring and an 11.1 lipo. Perferably under -50 bucks
     
  2. marine121496

    marine121496 Wahahaha~ Supporting Member

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    Thanks for searching, finding this thread, and finding this quote.
    http://www.airsoftsociety.com/forums/f10/best-high-torque-motor-62482/

    ^^That's archer's post

    I also found this thread http://www.airsoftsociety.com/forums/f6/good-torque-motor-55815/

    and this quote

    Found this thread and this quote
    http://www.airsoftsociety.com/forums/f10/motor-choose-m150-gearbox-55681/


    Not so sure on the rest of the motors, but JG blue can be found for under 50 bucks.
    http://www.trinityairsoft.com/p-1771-motors-aeg-by-jg.aspx
     
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  3. LegacyAirsoft

    LegacyAirsoft You can say I tech a little...

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    Lonex A1 TITAN red motor ($50.00)
    Lonex A2 TITAN orange motor ($50.00)
    SHS high torque motor ($30.00)
    JG Blue motor ($??.??)
     
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  4. SilentVectorX

    SilentVectorX New Member

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    Psst, Legacy... (the orange is an A2, blue/highspeed is A3). :p
     
  5. LegacyAirsoft

    LegacyAirsoft You can say I tech a little...

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    Mistype sorry :p thanks for pointing it out ill fix
     
  6. Lefse

    Lefse Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Can't go wrong with a Lonex motor IMO.
     
  7. srg001

    srg001 New Member

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    Ok cool thanks. Sounds like lonex to be the most said
     
  8. Valkyrie

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    Lonex any day, but for a budget, the JG blue work's just fine. I'm able to get 16 RPS w/ an 8.4 on a JG blue. I know that it's not a good ROF, but I am pulling a big spring.
     
  9. srg001

    srg001 New Member

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    Hows the amp motor? It looks good and it fits my budget a little more
     
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  10. marine121496

    marine121496 Wahahaha~ Supporting Member

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    AMP makes springs? If you're referring to the motor feel free to actually read my post above.
     
  11. srg001

    srg001 New Member

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    sorry i ment amp motor. *facepalm*
     
  12. alex

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    use a speed motor.
    it has a smoother start up. your gears will last longer.
    adjust AOE or expect your piston to fail.
    mosfet, just because the cool guys say so...

    i prefer element motors because i like cheap (less than $30).
     
  13. srg001

    srg001 New Member

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    Im looking for instant trigger responce not so much rps. I might take full auto out of my dmr
     
  14. Lefse

    Lefse Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    If by smoother, you mean they accelerate slower, with a slower trigger response, then yes, they start smoother. I highly doubt they add that much lifespan to the gears. The power drain will also be significantly higher. How do you think I get 3000-4000 shots out of 1400mAh li-po's? A Lonex motor is only $15-20 more, they are definitely worth the extra cost IMO. I prefer Lonex motors because they give very high quality and performance for the price. Element motors are good for the price, but Lonex motors are simply much higher quality. I have tried both the Element Ultra Torque and Element Max Speed motor. I did quite like the Ultra Torque, but the Max Speed is a horrible motor IMO, it just has no torque at all.

    I don't like high speed motors, not even for high speed builds, because they are inefficient and give a pathetic trigger response.
     
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