This got kinda long winded, but.............
I work with allot of pumps and im an industrial mechanic
Anything I can do to help LMK
You are doing it now, thanks
. Just spinning ideas and thoughts to see what we can figure up. Helps to have others to bounce ideas off of, "fresh set of eyes" and all that.
Doubt I will try it any time soon, but since I have the York, and all the fittings and such can be reused for my OBA, and I got a week off during the COLD part of this winter, and this is something I could play with inside in the heat when I am bored, and ....... well who knows, maybe I'll get a wild hair and buy a motor
i would think that the RPM on that motor would be a little slow to use on the compressor
Oop, just foiund the spec on the RPM  could work.
I really am not sure myself, but here was my thinking.
ours runs at 1650 RPM @ 50 psi
The motor I linked was just the first "cheaper" one that looked to have the power and close RPM. That said, I dont know how fast it will start slowing down under load, but figured it will slow a good bit.
Actually just found this from Oasis as well, for their bad boy........
0PSI = 15 CFM
50PSI = 9 CFM
100PSI = 8 CFM
I know it wont be perfect, but as a close-ish guestement........
if 1650 RPM gets 9 CFM(50PSI) then ........... 1650 divide by 9 gives ~183 RPM per CFM. So along that line, 183 RPM times CFM gives roughly
~ 2745 rpm-15 CFM @ no load, 0PSI
~1650 RPM - 9 CFM @ 50PSI
~1465 RPM - 8 CFM @ 100PSI
If that math works fairly close, that motor would be a little slow probably, again if the math is somewhat close...... I dont think it is, but ballpark maybe............
2100 RPM - 11.5 CFM @ no load
1005 RPM - 5.5 CFM @ 50 PSI
820RPM - 4.5 CFM @ 100PSI
That is almost half theirs. Still a pretty healthy 12 volt compressor though.
I'll dig and see what other motors I can come up with in that price range too.
That also makes it look like it takes more power to get it to 50 psi than it does to get higher PSI, at least for a little bit anyway.
One thing I didn't like about that motor, its not got a fan. Dont know what kind of duty cycle it would have airing up tires. Though if it came out as quick half as the ones Oasis makes...... less than 10 min for all 4 tires, duty cycle shouldn't be a problem even with a large tire.
So, question for those with an electric winch. Average run time with say 75-80% load before needing to stop and let it cool?
Thoughts? Ideas? Lets hear em.