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Old 09-10-2019, 01:51 PM
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Hey FA, thanks for the response, but I'm looking for the difference between the 48v and 60v motors. I think the 60v is less rpm per volt which means it should have more torque per rpm. I know I'm running th 48v motor at over 7000rpm at 70v and think the 60v motor won't be spinning as fast with the same volts. Better for long term durability.