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Unread 01-27-2015, 02:12 AM   #51
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motor ? why ?


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Unread 01-27-2015, 02:27 AM   #52
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I meant it as a question I suppose. Would a different motor make it faster?

Or, am I destined to have a slow cart?
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I meant it as a question I suppose. Would a different motor make it faster?

Or, am I destined to have a slow cart?
you can make a cart go as fast as your wallet will let you

stock cart 12~15 mph
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Speed up to 40mph (with proper components such as a good quality battery pack and recommended tire size).

PQ-HP495 - "The Assassin" 48 Volt Series motor - 10 spline, 1984 and up. $650.00

This motor will fit 1984 and up Club Car 10 spline differentials.
Older resistor type carts must be converted to use a solid state controller. Throttle and controller must be compatible.
Generally, Club Car throttles thru 1995 are 0-5K, 1996 and up are 5K-0.

For maximum performance, safety, and durability, minimal requirements include a 400 amp controller, 4 gauge cables throughout the cart, H.D. solenoid and H.D. F&R switch.


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Wait... I overlooked where you want to flip it this year! Forget what I said about upgrading to 48v
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i stand corrected ....
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Yeah. I've resigned myself to a decent budget build.

I like everything CTD has shown me for upgrades, but at this point I'm looking to do this one on the cheap, but still with a little quality thrown in. While a $600 motor in a $1200 cart would make it more fun, I don't know if it would make sense ($$-wise) when the electronics hold the entire system back.

But. the Jake's lift will be perfect, paint is fairly inexpensive, some wheels and tires and then I'll just wait until someone wants it more than I do.
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