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Old 06-13-2012, 01:38 PM
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Default Warp11 Hv

Has any used the high volt warp motor in a street car yet, if so how's the preformance? Along with my crawler build a buddy and me are looking to do reliable street killer. I see most people in racing running dual motors but we are looking for good preformance out of a single. We are looking into using a fox body mustang with glass finders, hood, doors,and trunk lid. Thoughts on drivetrain are the warp11 Hv with a 2spd and a soliton1 controller. Would this setup preform as well as a v8 mustang or camaro?
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Old 06-13-2012, 04:37 PM
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Default Re: Warp11 Hv

If the batteries can dish out all the power the Soliton1 can accept, and if the motor can utilize it all, you'd have about the power of a 4th Gen LS1 Camaro. You can buy batteries that do it, but I don't know if the Warp can handle all the power that the Soliton1 can dish out.

I'd suggest you head to http://www.NEDRA.com and look at the setups of the cars and their ETs, and use that as a guide.

In any case, lightening the car is a great idea! Keeping the tranny would be a good idea, for good 1st and 2nd gear acceleration.

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Has any used the high volt warp motor in a street car yet, if so how's the preformance? Along with my crawler build a buddy and me are looking to do reliable street killer. I see most people in racing running dual motors but we are looking for good preformance out of a single. We are looking into using a fox body mustang with glass finders, hood, doors,and trunk lid. Thoughts on drivetrain are the warp11 Hv with a 2spd and a soliton1 controller. Would this setup preform as well as a v8 mustang or camaro?
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Old 06-13-2012, 08:15 PM
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Default Re: Warp11 Hv

I took a look on the site and couldn't really find any specs on cars other then volts.
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Old 06-13-2012, 09:35 PM
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Default Re: Warp11 Hv

valerun's E46s are running around with Warp 11HV's and Soliton 1's.

One of them is full voltage, one of them is 270 nominal, and something like 220-230 @1000A.

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Old 06-14-2012, 12:25 AM
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Default Re: Warp11 Hv

Dustin: Then use the NEDRA.com info to Google on a particular car to find out more about it.

so many welps: Thanks for that data point. Is "Full Voltage" 336V or the near 400V max of the controller? Why don't both motors have the same max voltage?

Anyway, 230V at 1000A is 230 kW. After motor efficiency that's about 170 kW or about 230 hp at the flywheel -- so make that more like 3rd gen Camaro performance for a that single Warp 11 HV -- but it sounds like the other one is more powerful.
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valerun's E46s are running around with Warp 11HV's and Soliton 1's.

One of them is full voltage, one of them is 270 nominal, and something like 220-230 @1000A.
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Old 06-14-2012, 06:33 AM
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Default Re: Warp11 Hv

The combo of Soliton 1 and Warp 11HV will give you a peak power of around 240-280 hp at motor shaft with proper battery pack (96 to 100S in mind (307v to 320v nominal).

That will be really fun in your car (especially with two speed tran), but not crazy!
If you need crazy performance, you will need to choose a Zilla 2K or the awesome Soliton Shiva.
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Old 06-14-2012, 09:19 AM
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The motor will be able to stand all those amps?
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The motor will be able to stand all those amps?
Read this thread, particularly post 451

http://www.diyelectriccar.com/forums...ghlight=bimoto

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Well, yes, but not in any condition and not for long time.

From what I know, the Warp motor can take up to 2000A for few seconds. Some dragracer push up to 2000A inside this motor.
The only other reference I know is Crodriver who pushed 1600A in his Warp 11 HV on the dyno.... like GerhardRP showed.
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Old 06-14-2012, 06:03 PM
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You want a street demon?...then model your build off of this RX7...

http://evalbum.com/4222
0-60 ~3.5 sec.

The Rx7 has the same components as the White Zombie...which ran a 10.4 sec 1/4 mile with some amazingly unaffordable kokam pouch cells...

Notice that the graph shows 2000 motor amps is being drawn all the way up to 3000rpm and 1000 motor amps is being drawn all the way up to 5500rpm! Reason being is the amazing cells he has which dont sag much at all and when drawing 1000A bounce back to ~320V, in Series mode 160V to each motor which spin up to 5500rpm...so if your battery pack starts @ 400V max (3.4v/cell), 374V (3.2v/cell), sags 20% = 300V, so 150V each, then if 160V = 5500rpm then 150V = ~5156rpm. If 1000A = 200ftlbs in a Impulse9 then 2X = 400ftlbs @ 5156rpm = 393ehp


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