>>>modified motor stock motor<<<< whats the DIFFERANCE

>>>modified motor stock motor<<<< whats the DIFFERANCE

Post by Lee Ca » Sat, 04 Oct 1997 04:00:00



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>  what is the diffrence

> Stock motor

> modified motor

A stock motor has a locked end bell, fixed timing, 27 turns of 22AWG
wire and busings to support the armature.

A modified motor has a removable end bell, adjustable timing,
selectable number of winds (8 to 22 turn) and bearings to
support the armature.

Price difference is about $5 between a good stock motor and a
good machine modified motor.  A hand modified motor usually
runs in the $45 to $50 region.

Quote:

> thanks
>     kyle

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>>>modified motor stock motor<<<< whats the DIFFERANCE

Post by Kyle » Sun, 05 Oct 1997 04:00:00


 what is the diffrence

Stock motor

modified motor

thanks
    kyle

 
 
 

>>>modified motor stock motor<<<< whats the DIFFERANCE

Post by Schretl » Sun, 05 Oct 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

>  what is the diffrence

> Stock motor

> modified motor

> thanks
>     kyle

in lamen's terms, the stock goes slower..... E-mail me if you want the full
details (i'm pressed for time)

Kevin Schretlen

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>>>modified motor stock motor<<<< whats the DIFFERANCE

Post by Bridgeton Netop » Sun, 12 Oct 1997 04:00:00


Quote:


> >  what is the diffrence

> > Stock motor

> > modified motor

> A stock motor has a locked end bell, fixed timing, 27 turns of 22AWG
> wire and busings to support the armature.

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Lee is absolutly correct here.
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Quote:

> A modified motor has a removable end bell, adjustable timing,
> selectable number of winds (8 to 22 turn) and bearings to
> support the armature.

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There are mod motors that do not have some of these features. Some have
bushings not bearings and others have fixed timing.
 Actually any deviation from the stock requirements constitutes a
modified or mod motor.  A stock motor who's endbell has been removed
constitutes a modified motor.  

Bob T  
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