18V Battery for ACR J10

Hey, just wondering if I could use an 18v cordless drill battery in my acr j10, will it do any damage?

Gibe it a shot. Make sure you film it and post here. I will get my popcorn

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I definitely would not do that, that’s a 5s Lipo! You might be able to if you used a large voltage regulator to bring the voltage down.

Lol I’ll get my marshmallows :rofl:

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OK thanks sounds like its not a wise thing to do

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Did someone say we are going to have a fry up? :wink:

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Say goodbye to all the smoke contained in the motor, she be coming out.
But imagine the rof for those few seconds :sunglasses:

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Oh wait for me I want to see this!
Did I miss anything??? :nerd_face:

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We’re going to need bigger bearings…

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You missed it by that much, but I saved a screenshot for ya :+1:

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Maybe if I use the drill motor, that should be quite exciting

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Nah the motor is wound to suit that voltage so it won’t be any faster, but torque man you could pull an M300 or bigger spring :rofl:

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Yeah ok, that sounds about right, can you get a better motor for the j10 that would handle that voltage

perun v2 optical and Gate mosfets are rated for 14.8v but wont activate over 17v.

Not that I am aware of

OK, very interesting, I might build my own design, with bigger motor, battery and gears

Why would you bother. They run well enough on 7.4 or 11.1.
Why dont make your car run on 30v battery.

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Why not? cordless drills can do almost anything…

They are almost as good as leaf blowers…:grin::money_mouth_face:

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Something to experiment with

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Lmfao

Lift…you really want to know about lift.

Then the above will take on a different perspective

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