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    demagnetization

    Can a sub motor get demagnetized and change TSP's after years of use due to heat?



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    Re: demagnetization

    It's dangerous and idk if you can change tsps but I wouldn't try it do to the fact you don't know what you are doing



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    Re: demagnetization

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    It's dangerous and idk if you can change tsps but I wouldn't try it do to the fact you don't know what you are doing
    I don't want to deliberately demagnetize a motor. Just asking if it eventually will demagnetize to a degree after heavy amounts of use.



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    Re: demagnetization

    you can racharge them




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    Re: demagnetization

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    I don't want to deliberately demagnetize a motor. Just asking if it eventually will demagnetize to a degree after heavy amounts of use.
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    Re: demagnetization

    I seriously doubt you will reach the 3-400 degrees to accomplish that unless you throw it in the oven.. Now cheap grade neo motors do demagnetize over time due relatively low amounts of heat.



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    Re: demagnetization

    A neo motor might due to the nature of the beast, ferrite motors shouldn't in theory.



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    Re: demagnetization

    as said neo can because lil over 200f it starts to loose where a ceramic mag motor starts at 400f...




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