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Unread 05-13-2015, 01:57 PM   #1
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With a stock precedent, if I use a speed magnet vs a plum quick bandit is there any real big difference? In speed? Anyone compare the two side by side ?
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Unread 05-13-2015, 02:50 PM   #2
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Default Re: Magnet vs plum quick bandit?

I have the speedylink, site sponsor, and went from 14mph to 20mph with all stock components except 20" tires.
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With a stock precedent, if I use a speed magnet vs a plum quick bandit is there any real big difference? In speed? Anyone compare the two side by side ?
The bandit motor is wound slightly different than a factory motor. This will benefit you and allow you to gain a little speed. The high speed magnet is installed in every bandit motor so the controller will allow it to run those speeds. A high speed magnet in a factory motor will allow it to runs speeds over 19.6mph as long as the vehicle is up for the task.
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Just installed this yesterday. 09 precedent 48 volt excel. Stock everything. 18"tires. Speed was 15mph before
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Thanks Dave that's the answer I was looking for!
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Just installed this yesterday. 09 precedent 48 volt excel. Stock everything. 18"tires. Speed was 15mph before
Were these speeds on flat surface or down hill? With those results I think I'm gonna order a motor. Did it accel better as well?
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Were these speeds on flat surface or down hill? With those results I think I'm gonna order a motor. Did it accel better as well?

Mostly flat and to be fare I went back and forth each direction and sem results. This was only loaded with 2 people and wind gusts of 30+.. 0-16 was really quick then up to max was steady the last 2 mph took about 1/4 mile but got upto 25 every time. I believe my results maybe be better because it's an excel?
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Mostly flat and to be fare I went back and forth each direction and sem results. This was only loaded with 2 people and wind gusts of 30+.. 0-16 was really quick then up to max was steady the last 2 mph took about 1/4 mile but got upto 25 every time. I believe my results maybe be better because it's an excel?
Sounds good. I have an 11 precedent excel with 6 in lift and 22 tires. I would be happy with 25 mph. I have someone I have to beat that should get it done.
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Actually You should go faster as 4wilsons is basically running stock size tires.

I think the PQ Excel Bandit is the reason, whatever recipe Plum Quick developed for the Excel carts (brush advance, interpoles, etc...) has been reported to work much better than the original PQ bandit designed for the IQ carts.
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Actually You should go faster as 4wilsons is basically running stock size tires.

I think the PQ Excel Bandit is the reason, whatever recipe Plum Quick developed for the Excel carts (brush advance, interpoles, etc...) has been reported to work much better than the original PQ bandit designed for the IQ carts.
Technically he should be faster with the wheels. About 4 or so?
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