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By Icari
#145868
have a 6v motorcycle. Trying to decide the best upgrade path to increase the speed for my son. So far as I can tell, seems to be the options are a faster 6v motor, or go to a 12 or 18v battery package.

On the electric motor, the following text is present: RS55040FE DC 6V 150707 /D

Model of the motorcycle looks to be W348AC.

Can anyone decipher what RPM that motor is based off that information? I am woefully out of touch with out it all works, but I assume higher RPM would mean more top end speed, at the sacrifice of torque....

Thanks for all your help!
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By jakesmith
#146866
Hey just wondering how u went with it I'm doing a ride on car with the same motor and can't decide what to do Im thinking of putting a new motor in out of a Milwaukee 18v blower I don't use in it and rig up a realay off the old motor to control the new one with the 18v battery supplying it and keep the controls and lights running of the 6v seems like a hard way of doing it but I reckon it would work well but if u found a easier way that wouldn't cost heaps would love to hear it
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