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All motor curves

We are looking for motor curves for all of the main motors used in competition. There's a few linked on the vexpro website but does anyone have motor curves for a snowblower motor?

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Re: All motor curves

The snowblower motors are high enough torque and low enough wattage that their curves are fairly negligable. From personal experience in trying to feed fuel balls last year, they seem to run at near full speed all the way up to at least 75% of max. torque.
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