Over all I'm really happy it has a ton more torque and it stays really cool! I have it geared 19:68 right now and it hasn't got above 120
Great stuff! All this talk about Dewalt makes me want to get one just so I can say I'm a part of the club! =)
where did you get the motor
With great brushless comes great responsibility.
Kershaw design for like $40
what all do you have to do with that motor to install ... any soldering? I saw they have a a few different to order it
did you just get the engine for like 37 bucks
Dry that Dewalt after wet runs (or paint it). You will develop surface rust on the can pretty quickly if you don't
14.4 Dewalt & Misc. el-cheapo mods
I never ran the 775 motor. My dewalt came in before the summit did. So I changed motors while the batteries were charging.
I used mineral oil
and an outerwears cover
What's a coffee if it aint Irish
Was the motor you bought already soldered and flat sanded on shaft? I watched a youtube vid and the guy on there said they were available that way for just a few dollars more.
So what Pinion/Spur is everybody running for the Dewalt? I see where EMAXX1991 is running 19:68.
SUMMIT, SUMVO, ERBE, EMAXX & REVO 3.3
Wondering the same thing myself. My reading shows that somewhere between 16-18 pinion and factory spur (68). Matters how hot you want the motor to run. IMO, How/where you drive as well as the rest of your drivetrain condition will determine if you can gear to 18.
Was running 12/58, now 13/65 which is a little lower than the stock 14/68. This is not my speed machine, so I'd only go lower and get more run time.
Alt-248 on the number pad = °
i'm running 19/68 on my 14v dewalt and not had any issues yet.
Nice one mate...I'm running 17/68 gearing on my DeWalt as an all round setting.
Rock n Rolla !