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# 12 volt DC motor modification

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## 12 volt DC motor modification

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I am a member of a club that uses 12 volt DC motors to put in toy tractors that we pull a sled with wieghts on it down a track. We have a modified class and I am looking for tips on rewrapping armetures to get more power out of them. Any help would be welcome.
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### RE: 12 volt DC motor modification

the maximum power transfer is basic rule in electrical engineering. the main idea is making same inpedance between to linking system. this means Z=R+iX in i=sqr(-1)
if your system DC, reaktance X=0 and Z=R (resistance)
between mecahical systems you should calculate stablety moment (I) of machanical system and sellect correct motor resisrtance for optimisation.

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