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By Disterb
#148550
I have a question I have a 6v 11000 rpm motor if I connect it to a 12v battery how much will the rpms increase? I am going to replace the motor with a 12v motor but im just curious


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By Hammer-fm
#148551
No-load RPM is generally linear with voltage, so you should expect 21-22k RPM at 12V. It usually comes along with 2x the no-load current, which means 4x the power and heat (2x current * 2x voltage).
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