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Unread 07-31-2016, 09:22 PM   #61
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I'll take a stab at answering it to. For instance if the throttle had a bad spot at 20% you should be able to use the throttle linearization adjustment set it to where 0% throttle is at 20%. Do the auto-cal and the everything is ok. Maybe except the the travel range on the foot peddle has changed.
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Unread 06-25-2017, 07:28 PM   #62
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Yes this is an old thread, but it was fun to read how excited ya'll got.

Looks like XCT for IQ kept at it over the years.
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Unread 06-25-2017, 08:57 PM   #63
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CM, Thanks for bring this up.
Well I'm guessing by now a few of these have been sold and installed on Precedents.
Have a 2010 Precedent Excel converting to IQ, 6-8V batteries with controller mounted on plate facing rear in an enclosure. Never worked on a P cart, so I didn't know if they're all the same.
Tried to put a Curtis on it and it's way too big. I'll have to cut the plastic cover behind the controller and fab an extended cover to allow for height.
Will the either the 400 or 500 amp XCT fit on this plate without having to mod cover?
If not, where are they mounted?
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Unread 06-25-2017, 09:18 PM   #64
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CM, Thanks for bring this up.
Well I'm guessing by now a few of these have been sold and installed on Precedents.
Have a 2010 Precedent Excel converting to IQ, 6-8V batteries with controller mounted on plate facing rear in an enclosure. Never worked on a P cart, so I didn't know if they're all the same.
Tried to put a Curtis on it and it's way too big. I'll have to cut the plastic cover behind the controller and fab an extended cover to allow for height.
Will the either the 400 or 500 amp XCT fit on this plate without having to mod cover?
If not, where are they mounted?
The XCT doesn't require the cover. They are water resistant. They mount vertical. I've attached a few pictures of some of my latest installs.
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Unread 06-25-2017, 10:34 PM   #65
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Thanks, David.
I see the connectors are at the base of the alltrax as opposed to the top of the Curtis, allowing for space in the enclosure for an alltrax.
So, a 500 amp with a fan will fit?
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So, a 500 amp with a fan will fit?
Thank you, Muddog
Most definitely.
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Unread 06-25-2017, 11:49 PM   #67
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If you like to think outside the box you can toss the metal heat-sink out and mount everything to the cover, exposed and easy to get to
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I made a career out of thinking outside the box. I like your cover idea! Is there enough room for the fan option?

Looks like you're running stock cables. Is that the 300, or do you feel the XCT for IQ is good at 400?
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I made a career out of thinking outside the box. I like your cover idea! Is there enough room for the fan option?

Looks like you're running stock cables. Is that the 300, or do you feel the XCT for IQ is good at 400?
There is plenty of room for the fan with this new install location This install with the FSIP MOT-A3 speed motor is a quick fix to 'ho-hum' performance. 27.5 mph with stock cables and tires at manufactures 6000 rpm limit. More if you like pushing limits. 6200 rpm nets 30 mph. And completely unleashed the test motor hit 32 mph but I do not suggest that.

As for the running the XCT400 with the stock motor - go for it.
My original 400a install in this thread with the original motor is still going strong 3 years later.
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Unread 06-26-2017, 09:32 AM   #70
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As for the running the XCT400 with the stock motor - go for it.
My original 400a install in this thread with the original motor is still going strong 3 years later.
Thanks!!! I think I might at last be getting a plan.

I got the GE and everyone seems to think it's a thin can or the brushes won't take the XCT amps. Can't believe CC would cut it that thin on safety margins with a motor, but they are in it as a business so there is a bottom line.

I'm thinking I wouldn't push that GE that hard anyways. Plus if it does burn up then it's not like I could have sold it on the resale market for much prior to going to a better motor swap.
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