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Unread 04-23-2015, 06:01 PM   #11
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If no sensor input then is there a need for me to buy a motor with a sensor on the motor?
Not sure but I think a motor w/o a sensor would be a series motor. Also with my cart I never get a roll away alarm. Do you get an audible alarm like with the Curtis? I don't hear one but it could be my ears.

Also I don't get a lot more speed from the 7144 I mostly just get a little bit of reserve pedal. For that little extra burst of speed to get through the intersection or to climb a hill.

Are you talking wheelie when you say the front wheel comes off the ground. I've squealed the tires but never a wheelie.
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Unread 04-23-2015, 07:27 PM   #12
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Not sure but I think a motor w/o a sensor would be a series motor. Also with my cart I never get a roll away alarm. Do you get an audible alarm like with the Curtis? I don't hear one but it could be my ears.

Yes I get a chirp when I push the cart forward or reverse with the key switch turned to on position I was under the impression the speed sensor supplied the signal when the cart moves and the pedal is not pushed

Are you talking wheelie when you say the front wheel comes off the ground. I've squealed the tires but never a wheelie.
No wheelie just one tire if turned hard and headed uphill

Sergio I thought the rear might be squatting because of the extra weight of the rear seat on factory springs, if HD springs will make it worse, you have saved me some money and effort
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