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It doesn't really matter, it's an electric motor. As long as the electronics can handle the voltage you could put 60v on it, and it would increase speed and power...and heat, wearing out the motor faster. Even if the voltage is 18v, putting 22v on it isn't really going to do much. All the electrical components should be rated for 35v or more just for heat and reliability, that's just a general rule of electronics.

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