Electro Turbine

Fitted this Turbine to an EBoard…Eboard took up to 42kms then Jetfuel takes to 65+ more to come 42178447_10156555022156203_6997510308059152384_n|375x500 42194737_10156556297991203_7316365729471660032_n 42273424_10156560854116203_6183486389103886336_o 42045210_10156555021211203_6175157859106422784_o ±

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Lol Back to the Future is calling.

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Sounds like a rocket in that video!

have you considered incorporating a scramjet for hypersonic? obviously it’s useless below mach 2-3, but still…

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on the serious side though, had you considered that above the no load speed of those electric motors they will be generating drag and possibly overheating or overvolting the ESC because the back emf voltage from the motors will be surpassing the battery voltage above no load speed. you can calculate the voltage that will be reverse charging your battery from:

motor rpm / kv = back emf voltage generated

if the back emf goes over 50-60v it could conceivably damage a controller. if the back emf goes above your pack voltage you’ll be charging your battery with jet power.

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Any links to the engine?

:man_facepalming: now I’ve seen it all :joy::joy:

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no… we can build one with two turbines :smiley:

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This is amazing :smile:

Loud as fuck. Try foc

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no words :joy:

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Dope :rofl:

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the Turbine in Photo number 2 is a home built turbine and is 15kg thrust as apposed to the commercial Jetcat P60 that has 6.4kgs thrust

now all we need are some wings and we can make our boards fly^^

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Thought the same thing. This is also how to burn up the DRV chip easily.

i guess this is loud as f?

Nice job

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