But, that's all useless if I'm running the same voltage.
So I plan to salvage a 9 volt battery connector from somewhere and add it to the stryfe.
Only problem is that I have absolutely no idea which one is my active negative and active positive.
Here is a picture of what I would imagine the wiring would look like, I apologize to the owner of the original photo.
Black is negative red is positive, the box is the battery/connector.
I'd assume this is correct, since on the inside the terminals where the white wire from the switch and the black motor from the flywheels connect are in that position.
So to complete the circuit I'd assume that that is where it needs to be soldered.
If anyone who is more proficient than a 15 year old in electrical components I would appreciate if you can confirm or deny the validity of what I have come up with. I know some people run their styfes on 12 volts from 3 trustfires on stock motors, so I would also assume that 9 volts is more than enough and is under the motor burnout limit.
Also, I apologize if this has been solved already.
I couldn't find it using search term "Styfe 9v" or "styfe 9 volt".
Edited by xXhunter47Xx, 26 July 2013 - 11:24 AM.