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Unread 01-07-2015, 09:20 AM   #11
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Wow over 40 at 72 volts ?! I have whole extra set of batteries, I'd add one to give me 56 but where do you put the extra and how do you charge it? You gotta get a YouTube video up and show us, I plan on doing a speed demo with mine. On a side not check out this vid I made the other day with my new camera.
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Unread 01-26-2015, 03:42 PM   #12
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Just curious. Do any of you guys who have the Rattlesnake know what motor model it is based off of? I know PQ gets these in and modifies them but I cant find what they start with before modifying it. I do know that they told me its physically a much larger motor so I don't think it starts out as a golf cart motor — maybe a forklift motor or??? I would love more info.

Also, since this is such a large motor and specs are off the charts, have you guys ever seen any other manufacturers make something that competes with the Rattlesnake II? It seems to be in a category of its own.
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Unread 01-27-2015, 08:38 AM   #13
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I know it was a good 1 1/2 inch or so longer , I pulled the rear end when I did mine and swapped motor and reinstalled them together. I remember looking at it and thinking how much of a pain it would trying to get it around the leaf spring and to top it off it was a good 10 lbs heavier .

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I have always been curious what my amp draw is in certain situations but I admit have not done very much research. How do you do yours? Are you using one of those hand held meter clamps? or do you have a more elaborate setup? I could not find any "reasonably priced" hand held meters that measured a potential 700A, so just lost interest and gave up. I'm curious of your method. Thanks.
I use the Alltrax logging software and a device called cycle analyst. The cycle analyst gives you a speedometer, odometer, volt meter, amp meter, kilowatt meter, kilowatt per mile meter, max voltage, min voltage, charge cycle counter and a bunch more.
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Wow over 40 at 72 volts ?! I have whole extra set of batteries, I'd add one to give me 56 but where do you put the extra and how do you charge it? You gotta get a YouTube video up and show us, I plan on doing a speed demo with mine. On a side not check out this vid I made the other day with my new camera.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPYLMu95MMA
Ill try to do a video soon with the gps on camera.

I am running six 12 volt batteries. I still had to build a new tray to get them to fit. I loose a bit of torque off the line since they can't provide the amperage six or eight volts batteries would.
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Hi

How/where did you get the rattlesnake? I didn't see it on the website. Thanks
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How/where did you get the rattlesnake? I didn't see it on the website. Thanks
You will have to call them.
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