Greetings! So I'm working on a project where I'm creating an electrical turbocharger and have a rather interesting question! Mind you, This is not my field of work so laymans terms are highly appreciated. Sorry for sounding a bit clueless! So overall, I'm creating an electrical turbo charger and reached a point where I'm keeping the compressor housing and wheel but might replace the shaft with ABS plastic instead of keeping the original aluminum shaft. The reason for this is that the turbo will be far away from the exhaust! this shaft will be installed on an angular bearing system and will spin at 150K RPM. Another reason is that I'm using a 3D printer and printing the shafts are going to be a whole lot easier than having them made. The diameter of the shaft will be 6.5mm slowly narrowing down to 6mm (6.5mm is the thread to screw in the compressor wheel). the shaft length will be about 5-6 inches and the wheel weight will be about 70 grams - 100 grams (depending on the compressor wheel I choose) Do you guys think the ABS plastic could handle it? It would speed up to full speed in about a second and hold the 150k speed for 4 seconds before slowing down.