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TransWarP 9 ™
(Shown with optional Tailshaft Housing)
WarP 9 ™
™Motors are designed to be coupled directly to a WarP ™ series motor for dual motor or
direct drive applications. They are available in 11.45", 9.25", and 7.125" diameters.
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Home of the WarP ™, ImPulse ™ and TransWarP
for use with electric and hybrid electric vehicles!
July 4, 2016 - July 8, 2016
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Motor Prices & Availability:
Looking for prices on our WarP
™, ImPulse ™ and TransWarP ™ Motors ?
Contact one of our Authorized Motor Resellers!
Motor Availability can be found by clicking here!
NetGain Motors, Inc. is pleased to announce the availability of the new TransPulse 9 Motor!
Dealers can begin ordering this motor April 1, 2016 using the part number: 00-08359. Features of the new
TransPulse 9 Motor include:
Designed for dual motor and direct drive applications!
32-tooth, hardened and splined DE shaft
Extra strength DE bearings
Field adjustable timing
Terminal Jumper included
4 mounting holes on CE for adding appliances or coupling to an ImPulse 9
1.125 diameter, keyed CE shaft matches Imulse 9 DE
Mounts directly to a Turbo 400, shorty tail-shaft housing for easy mounting
Optional 1350 slip-yoke assembly
Forced Air Coverbands for all 9" and 11" WarP™, TransWarP™, and ImPulse™ Motors.
The Forced Air Coverband is highly recommended for all motors.
It has a Single 2.00" diameter air inlet which locates over the motor's brushes.
The Coverband is made of .03” thick mild steel, with
finished edges, anodized gold color, and has an inside seal.
This coverband (along with a filter and blower) cools the motors and can help protect the brushes and commutator from environmental contaminants.
Available for order using the part numbers 10808219EE (9.25" Diameter) and 10808311EE-2 (11.45" Diameter).
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The Next Generation of WarP 9™ Motors is now available! (CLICK HERE) for details!
WarP 11HV™ Motors are shipping!
There has been a great deal of anticipation surrounding this motor and we are proud to say they are in stock and available for immediate delivery!
We have already developed and shipped TransWarP 11HV™ Motors as well! The web site is being updated to include data on this new motor!
We are also working on a dual-commutator version of this motor for really high-performance applications.
How best to use this site:
Feel free to browse around and see what we are up to.
A good place to start would be to check out the information about the electric drag racing vehicle BAD AMPLITUDE that got us started in this business. Then move on to examine the information about ourWarP Motors ™. Finally, spend some time looking at the various projects that our customers and staff have worked
on. When you are ready, find an Authorized Motor Dealer who can assist you with your needs!
Read more about our WarP
Why buy a WarP
™ Motor ? Read Here!
The TransWarP 9 ™
Motors began shipping in March, 2007! This addition to our motor line is IDEAL for dual
inline motor applications, and/or direct drive arrangements of lightweight electric vehicles! This motor has a 1.370" diameter hardened drive shaft with a 32-tooth, splined
shaft that matches a Turbo 400 transmission. It can also be ordered with the optional Turbo 400 "shorty" tail shaft housing, and matching 1350 style slip-yoke. The 1350
slip-yoke can be easily adapted to any manufacturers drive shaft. These are the identical components used on the TransWarP 11 ™
Motors ! In addition to these features, this motor has a double wide drive end bearing, grease
fittings for the splines, 2 lift eye bolts, a brush wear indicator, and a commutator end shaft that has a 1.125" diameter - matching the standard WarP 9 ™
Motor drive end shaft!
Spicer/Dana make off the shelf end-yoke adapters and/or universals for connecting the two motors.
Click here to watch customer EV videos!
In 2005 we introduced the ImPulse 9
™ Motor line, and the newly redesigned
WarP 11 ™
WarP 13 ™
In 2006 we introduced the TransWarP 11
™ Motors. The first motor in our line designed for multiple motor installations.
In 2007 we introduced the TransWarP 9 ™
In 2008 we introduced the TransWarP 7 ™ Motors as well as the WarP 7 ™
In 2009 we introduced the WarP 11HV (details available soon!)
In 2010 we introduced the Next Generation of WarP Motors!
These newly re-designed motors included over 26 modifications, enhancements and improvements to the WarP 9 ™
Motors and TransWarP 9 ™
These enhancements are now being implemented across our entire line of motors!
In 2011 we implimented improved "split" brushes that handle higher voltages and currents with less arcing, dual brush wire leads (4 per brush), brush wear indicators, improved brush rigging, additional lift eye holes (to ease
installations), and most motors now have 1/2" terminal studs to replace the normal 3/8" studs!
We are also increasing our spring pressure to help eliminate "spring bounce". 2011 also saw the addition of new fans that will increase air-flow by
almost 50% over typical "paddle" style fans in most motors.
In 2012 we enhanced and refined the brushes used in our motors to provide the greatest level of performance on the street (H60 Grade brushes), and on the track (H49 brushes). These new brush compounds will enhance your EV experience, especially when used with Lithium batteries. Additionally, new aluminum fans have replaced the plastic fans in our 11" diameter motors, for greater durability.
In 2013 we developed the D-Sea 9 motor that allows easy retrofitting of outboard motors to electric power!
In 2014 we began producing the 00-08511 and 00-08811 - twin 11" diamter motors designed to be used together. Proven at Pikes Peak, this combination has been dyno'd at more than 800 ft lbs of torque.
In 2015 the dual 11" motors broke the 1970 record for a full-bodied Mustang by obtaining 174 MPH in the Texas mile. In addition, we have released the latest modification to our ImPulse 9 motor, the 00-08259NAL which now has a 1.125" CE shaft that matches the venerable WarP 9.
Our motors are continually being enhanced! We never stop looking for ways of improving our motors. Feel free to contact us with suggestions for future improvements.
EV Conversion Calculator:
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