M.L.Toys wrote:Nice clean fit on the batteries. Have fun with it! Nothing like seeing your motors under the hood of a C7 Corvette! Take that Hennessey!
M.L.Toys wrote:OMG!! That's just the perfectly right amount of power while still safe and an awesome smooth surface to run it on! Would love to link those videos from our website or download them to it. Your kid's face tells it all!
MattyGNC wrote:So I finally upgraded the corvette to 36 volts to test ML Toys stage 3 kit and it's holding up awesome! I have some videos i'm going to show in a few minutes. This is ridiculously fast these videos are with 50% battery life, I'll post more videos when I have them fully charged. Also might go to 42 volts this weekend to really test these motors and gears
Hobbymasters wrote:Love how all you see is the steering wheel turned left when he's going right and right when he's going left!
toycrusher wrote:You always forget to zoom in on the gooey mess of melted plastic tires on your driveway after each video...
MattyGNC wrote:So its top speed is 13 mph, I thought It'd be a little higher than this. It's there anything I can do to get more top end? Could it be the wiring I'm using holding it back? I figured 36 volts in a light car would be faster. Any help would be awesome. Thanks.
toycrusher wrote:Seriously though, if you can find specs for your motor, you can calculate theoretical top speed. Then divide by your actual top speed and see your % of loss. If it's over 10%, you may want to look at bearings for the wheels and/or heavier gauge wiring. If it's under 10%, than you may want to increase tire size or try (gasp ) 42v or 48v???
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