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(Posting from my phone.)

Intense.
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My BP revs to 30k. Step your game up
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if that flew off you would die
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if that flew off you would die
Holy crap! exactly what i was thinking.
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What hall sensor is that?
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19,000 RPM? Danger to the manifold.
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19,000 RPM? Danger to the manifold.
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Seems like you'd want some kinda shield there....pretty cool, though.
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Originally Posted by Clos561 View Post
if that flew off you would die
This was my immediate thought - you are a brave man.
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Basically I've come over to the camp of "If something is a reliability problem on the track, just ask Andrew and do what he says".
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It's welded pretty solidly.

I think we are going to build a scattershield around the wheel, but more so to keep fingers out and for sound containment.
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Now do that with a CAS.

When things spin at 19k rpm and they don't sound like an F1 car, it's a little depressing.
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It's welded pretty solidly.
Right up until the welds crack due to vibration at ~19k. Cool test, but don't kid yourself about how safe that rig really is. I'd be sitting in the next room with a plexiglass shield and a wall in between me and the sensor.
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Kudos, but un safe. extremely.

Maybe you did more balancing than we know of, but a weld? Jesus I thought it was bolted on, that's even worse if there wasn't any balancing.
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let's put some speed in it lol
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Well that seems like something i would walk past and get my shirt hung in for sure. That thing needs a plexiglass box to cover it while in use.
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It's a work in progress; the scatter shield is going to happen pretty soon. It's one of our off the shelf trigger wheels; they're designed to be dynamically balance as is; the welds may not be perfectly balanced though. That will be fixed in the final version of this.

Anybody here at the Virginia MegaMeet where Bruce demonstrated the wheel decoder - with a circular saw and one tooth cut off the blade?
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