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Unread 05-23-2015, 05:21 PM   #141
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I GPS it 22 mph
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Unread 05-23-2015, 05:22 PM   #142
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I GPS the stock Precedent at 22 mph with just a controller change, more torque too.
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Unread 05-24-2015, 03:32 PM   #143
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Well, Minnie is back and ready for our trip to Fort Wilderness at Disney starting next weekend. The ears are just on with zip ties in the pics. I have screws with wing nut for when we are there. I'm also wrapping the ears with an LED strip for the night time riding.
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Unread 05-24-2015, 03:43 PM   #144
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That's wild - mind if I save that pic?
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Unread 05-24-2015, 04:11 PM   #145
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That's wild - mind if I save that pic?
No problem at all Scotty.
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Is that plasti-grip on the wheels so you can "un-dress" it?


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Is that plasti-grip on the wheels so you can "un-dress" it?


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It sure is. I sprayed them a few weeks ago. Came out pretty nice. I did a test run on one wheel. Peeled right off.
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I GPS the stock Precedent at 22 mph with just a controller change, more torque too.
Have you or will you check this out with a Bandit motor Scotty? 22mph with your change is outstanding?
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Unread 05-25-2015, 10:10 AM   #149
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Plugging away on " Project Deception" a 1992 DS Resto! Painted the wire brake cable holders, installed new C-Clips on the brake cable holder at rear drum. Installed missing cotter pins here and there Still waiting on my body to be shipped,i will have to call Steve Roach (owner/great guy) at Extremekartz and see what the hold up is.I have new cowl trim piece and am looking at the carbon fiber dash. Thanks guys for all your help on my project,,,, Project WTF was i thinking ,,,i mean Project Deception I'm getting addicted to this cart modding stuff. Who'd a thought I can thank my daughter for beating this thing like a rented mule and giving me the opportunity to empty my pockets in the process.
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Have you or will you check this out with a Bandit motor Scotty? 22mph with your change is outstanding?
I would but, I don't have any bandit motors. For as little as was done or invested I'm real happy with the 22 mph. That is about the same speed as I got from the DCX400 I removed for the test. The main difference is the higher torque and smoother response. And honestly 22 mph is more than my wife will ever need.
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