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Jan 01, 2004, 12:12 PM
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Can I run the PJS 1000 on 11.1V (3S LiPo's)??

Anybody uses the PJS 1000 with 3S LiPo's (11.1V)?
Sounds like it’s rated only up to 9.6V (8 cell NiMH)?
Using 2S LiPo's (7.4V) gets one nowhere near the maximum thrust. I do not want to go back to using/buying more NiMH!

Is the PJS 800E motor actually a similar motor to the PJS 1000 which is wound differently and allows for 11.1V? They do not advertise it that way but it seems to be the case… Should I try to exchange the 1000 for the 800E?

Any info appreciated. Thanks.
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Jan 01, 2004, 03:15 PM
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Of course you can do it - but whether the prop size that will keep the current within reason for the motor (20A or so) and your battery will do what you want I can't say.

Yes, the PJS 800E is a lower Kv/higher voltage wind of the same physical motor.

In general voltage ratings given for motors are at best conservative guidelines. It is current and resulting heating (or in extreme cases, overspeed) that will damage motors, not voltage per se.
Jan 01, 2004, 03:22 PM
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PJS 1000 on 11.1 Volts??

Thanks BEC!

I've just heard from the PJS designer Zdenek A. saying 3S LiPo for the PJS 1000 is ok in combination with a smalller (10/4.7) prop. Will see how it works!

Some people on this forum experienced problems with the smaller PJS motors on 3S, so I was wondering...
I still can exchange the motor for the 800E, that is before I solder in the wires...

Jan 01, 2004, 03:26 PM
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I'm running the pigi on 3S Irate 2600's, seems to run ok, vertical thrust. LIpos don't get warm, but motor is..... I have read that this exceeds the design limits fo the motor....
Jan 01, 2004, 11:23 PM
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Originally posted by twohsieh
I'm running the pigi on 3S Irate 2600's, seems to run ok, vertical thrust. LIpos don't get warm, but motor is..... I have read that this exceeds the design limits fo the motor....
hey twohsieh- which PJS are you using?
I have the 800E and plan on using a kan 10cell for mine, one thing about this motor, you have to be careful not to hit the prop while running(like nose in landings) cause this will strip the shaft from the bell, the shaft will easily strip. thanks to Dymond RC they replaced mine at no cost, good guys...

Jan 02, 2004, 08:55 AM
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I'm running the PJS1000. the shaft strip the bell?, you know, I have had a light crash, and now it seems that the prop adaptor does not grab on to the shaft well, another words the shaft will spin while holding the bell, do you think that has what happened to mine? it still flys well... but now it makes a little noise compared to before.
Jan 03, 2004, 02:57 AM
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yes thats exactly what happens, only thing you can do is maybe put a little JB weld on where the shaft meets the bell, and hope it holds. this is why I will never buy another PJS mot., they should have had a splined shaft then this sort of thing could not happen,instead its just pressed fitted.
thats the only bad thing about this motor, other than that it still kicksbutt.
Jul 12, 2004, 09:54 PM
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PIGI 3d with 3s1p TP 2100 pack and a 10x4.7 porp. plane flys great pack and moter not even hot.

I love my PIGI

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