You know it's really frustrating I feel like there's so much fighting it's like high school where you're arguing about I like my foreign it's better than your Chevy and Chrysler is junk. I've talked to several of the other manufacturers in the industry and they're all nice people that really care about the customers for the most part and in the words of Rob Allen there's enough dirt for everyoneI agree when ever I call them for service they are the best.
Yes, with these motors in series you will have plenty of muscle for 150' of 2" hose runs at high flow. My brother and I at 100' of vac hose compared his slide in 45 blower to these motors side by side sharing the TM solution line to be equal as possible. I had slightly more flow on my wand and the dry times were identical.Can I add these LX vac motors to my existing system?
be careful with all the advice here before you know it you will have some Frankenstein needing three harbor freight gen sets to run it, and you will still have POS.
here is a little history lesson
With all the input from the brain trust here some idiot made a machine with every thing they wanted Oh my they were all virtually jerking off to this View attachment 81721 what you need to do is match the motor you have buy the same rpm volt and amp size and shaft size no more or no less. The bane will run just fine stock. many people making 100's of thousands of dollars with banes and good chemicals and a crb.
Keep it simple stupid
I could and have done it with a bane in the past. all you need is good chemicals Bane chems are top notch to start with. and a crb machine. The bane vac tanks are big and not well suited for electric three stage motors, Now the pd blower is just fine with the large vacuum tank. F%$k the numbers. Banes have not changed in years pretty much bullet proof,Terje---are you telling me you would run a Bane as they designed it without adding another motor or a pair of motors?