Just a slight update on where things are.
That's why it might make sense to go with 2 motors! lol You'll pay one way or another. That said, I'd go with the manual transmission route, since you are clearly good at fabrication.So I've been playing with the idea of just locking the diff and putting a clutch on each side of it but I can't seem to find a stand alone clutch. That or my google skills are lacking. I looked at electronic clutches but that is not really what I need as I need it to ease in and out not just lock. I was debating of taking a regular clutch and the fabricating a housing and the clutch inside with an output and input. It shouldn't be too hard would just be a little pricy to get cnc'ed. I also thought about just getting two manual transmission cutting them up but that seems like to much a hack job for what I need.
If anyone know anything that would be amazing!
Yeah I've been playing with a ton of ideas with this guy as I work on it and how to save space in the actual tank and make it comfy for 4 people. My latest "idea" is have have the motor run a hydraulic pump system and run a articulated trailer in that it will hold the HV batteries and extra storage. I like this idea, as it makes running each track, turret, trailer all off a couple pumps. The only thing I'd be worried about is speed. I'm only shooting for 25mph but I'm not sure a hydraulic pump can reach that.That's why it might make sense to go with 2 motors! lol You'll pay one way or another. That said, I'd go with the manual transmission route, since you are clearly good at fabrication.