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#1 SeniorXJ

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Posted 20 April 2019 - 04:48 AM

Has anyone used the new worker ndfeb motors? I'd like to get some feedback before buying them, but I can't find anyone who has run them.

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#2 SeniorXJ

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 04:07 AM

Anyone?
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Posted 22 April 2019 - 08:18 PM

Link? Not sure what youre asking about
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Posted 22 April 2019 - 10:33 PM

I think he's talking about this motor : https://www.nfstrike...tml?sku=2525522. I've been trying to find a reviews on this motor as well for a Rapidstrike CS-18 build. The the only real review I can find is https://www.youtube....h?v=Gnpa_CmCYZ8

 

Does anyone have any experience with these motors or have a recommendation for the best 132 motor to run with a 3s battery?


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#5 SeniorXJ

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Posted 23 April 2019 - 03:46 PM

https://m.workerkit....um_2525522.html
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Posted 23 April 2019 - 06:12 PM

Those are some pretty bonkers numbers. Packing all that into a 132 sized motor is going to generate a lot of heat with not a lot of cooling area. Some more sanely-specced motors will probably last longer.

 

Both speed and torque are almost certainly overkill. What's your use case here? Just single stage, or is this going into a second stage of something or an afterburner? If it's just single stage, I'd say those are going to move way faster than they need to, and you'll have extra dart damage without any benefit over something about 10,000rpm slower.


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Posted 24 April 2019 - 08:47 PM

After the major shell cut, I installed 2 41.5mm OFP cage + cyclone flywheel + this worker neo motor + original fang motor as pusher motor in my Rhino Fire. (I have a dream using this with 2 50 round drum magazines)

 

Mod was complicated because installing 16AWG wire and mosfet was "MUST" since each motor rated 45A. (Also requires high amp Lipo. mine is 3S Turnigy lipo battery (5.0*60C))

 

I wish outofdarts sold mosfet board when I was modding rhino fire but it came out few weeks after I finished mod.

 

You probably want to use mosfet board from outofdart website if you are planning to use this motor.

 

If you want to cheaper option, they also sell non-board mosfet kit which is what I used.

 

My rhino fire circuit is same as diagram in link below

 

https://www.tapatalk...help-t4361.html

 

As for the performance, Used accufake shoot 135FPS, fresh accufake / used adventure force waffle shot 145fps, used elite shot 150fps. disappointing but lucky at same time because I recently found adult nerf event in MA with 150 FPS limit.

 

but if you want better performance than mine, consider using flywheel other than cyclone with 41.5mm cage or use cyclone with 42mm cage.

 

This review in youtube shot 171fps average with fresh accufake, nearly 30fps better than mine. he used white worker wheel instead of cyclone.

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=wIIP55syNi4

 

My setup created lots of foam dust yet none of my darts decapitated like many experienced with eclipse flywheel cage.

 

but this setup gave no mercy to poorly glued darts. Many accufakes lost tips but I rarely lost tips with official accustrike darts and adventure force waffle.

 

Before I installed, I tested same flywheel cage setup with original fang vs this worker motor.

 

I didn't have chronograph back then but worker motor did shoot harder(both canted and non canted flywheel setup) with my eye test and make less noise compare to original fang.

 

If you are planning to use any of canted flywheel, I do not recommend this motor. During my test, I would say 1/5 darts went randomly after spinning like crazy (this doesn't happen that often with original fang).

 

As for durability, my pusher motor original fang died before this worker motor. But I can't say worker motor having longer life time over this one incident.

 

I recommend this worker motor if you are planning to use for high crush setup like Eclipse cage, DRS High Crush cage or 41.5mm setup.

 

But original fang and kraken are very good options (probably better) if you are planning to use mid crush cage setup.

 

 

Hopefully this helped you.


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#8 SeniorXJ

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Posted 25 April 2019 - 08:40 PM

Just looking to see if anyone is running these that can speak on them.
Having options and trying new things is always a good thing.
I've had a few setups and these look interesting.
From what I've seen, these can hit in the 170 fps range, (setup depending), wich is on par with the FDL-3's highest setting.
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