I have had a Freud 24T Glue Line Rip thin kerf (red Teflon coated) blade for quite a few years now. I used it this summer to resaw 4/4 3" wide maple on my 15 amp BT3000, but it's a belt driven saw, not a direct drive unit. The cut only required a light sanding for gluing up. The cut pieces were a bit too thin to run through the jointer.
Your saw is probably using a universal type motor (like a router motor) and could benefit from all the amperage it can get. A 20 amp. circuit with 12 ga. wiring all the way to the motor will improve its performance. I did this with my saw almost 25 years ago and it helped with bogging on thick cuts. Big dado setups don't even affect it.
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Last edited by Jim Frye; 01-04-2018 at 09:11 PM.
Reason: added blather