The best way to a 100FPS limit full auto

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The best way to a 100FPS limit full auto

Si Coe
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Joined: 06 May 2017, 18:03

02 Dec 2017, 11:38 #1

So more and more of the 'family friendly' games are settling on a 100FPS limit and it got me thinking about the best way to get there. 
Popular wisdom for the Stryfe is that Rhino's on a 2S lipo with stock wheels and cage will hit the limit, which it might but with stock wheels and cage will I hit any targets? Will the motors cope on full auto with a Honeybadger pusher? 

Or would I be better running a 132 sized motor (I've already got Artifact and Worker motors) but dropping the voltage with an LiFe pack? 

Is there an option that would let me use say Worker wheels but not be stuck with stock motor? 

I don't have a chronograph so I can't test options myself - I just wanted peoples ideas. 
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OldNoob
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Joined: 07 May 2013, 14:05

02 Dec 2017, 11:50 #2

Use the stock motors on a RS with a hotter pusher if you want higher ROF, I have several blasters running that at 2s, with matched stock wheels they are fine up to 100fps on 2s lipo.
132 motors will always push the torque out too far for the 100 limit and dropping the voltage just puts the rpm sub critical, making them bog like a stocker on higher ROF. If you want to get the FPS down then any of the 130's, like Rhinos or Meishel 2.0, in a stock cage at their designed voltage with Blasterparts wheels will shoot under 100. Both Meishels and Rhinos are around 110fps average, BP wheels lower crush will derp them back nicely,  you also keep a decent pusher control and ROF. Much better than dicking about with Lifepo, as you get increased precision free. In fact in a stock cage the BP wheels may totally derp 132 motors as well, I haven't tested that but initial figures on stock wheels suggest they would.
If you have an auto stryfe then I would go with the Blasterparts wheels and stock cage.
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Supercollide
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Joined: 18 Apr 2017, 09:44

03 Dec 2017, 20:35 #3

Glad you asked this as I've started toying with a 100fps limit select fire stryfe.
From an older thread when i was asking about imrs I'm gather that 2s lipo, stock cage, motors & flywheels will hit 90fps.
I've been thinking about replacing flywheels for better consistency but still need to keep under 100fps.
On that basis I'm thinking that worker wheels are too risky as it'll up the crush.
bulldogs have less crush than workers but more than stock, would they still be worth the risk or would blaster parts be more sensible?
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OldNoob
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Joined: 07 May 2013, 14:05

03 Dec 2017, 21:06 #4

I said Blasterparts because Workers are not as balanced and will put the blaster over 120 on any motor worth owning, Bulldogs are capable of well over 120fps on mod motors also. They don't have less crush, they have both greater surface area contact (thus better energy transfer) and more inertia due to their greater mass.
You want less crush and mass for consistent 100fps FA, this is especially important in autostyrfes where the ROF is higher.
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