HelloMy Dad's racing kart has 2 motors, one for eack back wheel. No live axel. It went really well. A live axel can work ok, but I would vote for one motor for each back wheel.
Then, as an extra programming excercise, monitor the motor speeds and limit the drive to the motor that spins significantly faster than the other. A Limited Slip Diff
So then if a wheel comes off the ground, it does no spin up.
Sorry am new to this
I just signed up today
But saw your thread and you sound like you have knowledge that I'm after
In regards to two motors, how do you have a split axle?
And where can you get them?
Or do you not use an axle?
And where can I get info on this topic
I have recently purchased Arduino
And am in the process of making a small go kart like buggy
And how do I programme a differential?
I have also read that you can have two motors at the rear wheels and just use torque inertia as a differential
Therefore not needing an electronic differential
Just after any info I can get
If you can help
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