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      I thought of ev west's twin warp 11's can you get over 500 hp .......
      thinking so far
      warp 13?
      warp 11 hv twin motors ?
      with a sol 1 or ?
      batteries ?
      You can easily get over 500hp from the Twin Warp 11. You do need some pretty serious batteries to keep up. It can get easier if you go higher voltage, as you won't require as much current from your pack.

      We have the AM Racing motors, and they have a Dual Stack that will be able to hit those numbers, though it's a more costly solution.

      http://www.evwest.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=297
       
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      You can easily get over 500hp from the Twin Warp 11. You do need some pretty serious batteries to keep up. It can get easier if you go higher voltage, as you won't require as much current from your pack.

      We have the AM Racing motors, and they have a Dual Stack that will be able to hit those numbers, though it's a more costly solution.

      http://www.evwest.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=297
      how hard is getting the controller setup on those AM-Racing motors...
      I've heard the remys are a lot more difficult then a plug and play solution.

      But then I've also heard the Reinhardt controller works well with them. Does it still take a lot of time to program correctly or is it get controller, tell it number of poles etc. and go from there.
       

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