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Unread 07-22-2015, 09:31 PM   #21
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My Curtis is smooth as glass lol and that is with a mcor 2. The newer car I converted to IQ and put the first carts stock controlled on it and it has a mcor 4 and it if smooth as glass. I feel one you get the maximum the motor can handle safely, then your done right?
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Unread 07-28-2015, 09:01 AM   #22
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I just installed my madjax torque controller & love it. I still have the stock 3.3 Hp motor Torque is awesome! I also have 23" tires & a 6" lift.Make sure you get the OTF programmer too.
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I was going to try an aftermarket motor )plumquick executioner) but im scared Ill lose my torque

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Unread 07-28-2015, 09:05 AM   #23
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Scooterman, how is your torque & speed with the PlumQuick executioner? The motor is the last piece to this puzzle!
Love the camo!
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Unread 07-28-2015, 09:16 AM   #24
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Another question to throw into the pot in the stock motor is a 250 amp motor by installing a 400, 500 or 600 amp Controller will the 250 amp stock motor draw more amps ? Under normal driving conditions
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Unread 07-28-2015, 09:26 AM   #25
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Yes, but the torque controller will let you know when the motor gets close to overheating. Theres an L.E.D. on the OTF programmer that blinks.
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I just installed my madjax torque controller & love it. I still have the stock 3.3 Hp motor Torque is awesome! I also have 23" tires & a 6" lift.Make sure you get the OTF programmer too.
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I was going to try an aftermarket motor )plumquick executioner) but im scared Ill lose my torque
How much torque do you think you will lose and how much do you really need living in the flatlands of Mich? LOL

I have a PQE motor and 500 amp controller and live in the hills of Tenn; I have hills here that my cart could not make till I installed the controller. Once that was done I've yet to find a sane incline that I can't tackle with a full load of passengers too.
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I live in Northern michigan. All dirt and two track. Mostly use it for hunting and hauling wood, & climbing
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Hey Teecro,
What is your speeds with the executioner? It looks like a great motor
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What is your speeds with the executioner? It looks like a great motor
For the most part I would call my speed a solid 30 MPH while I have seen the big Four 0 for a brief moment or two it was with the wind in my back and floored going down one of the biggest paved hills in our hood....
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Scooterman, how is your torque & speed with the PlumQuick executioner? The motor is the last piece to this puzzle!
Love the camo!
I specifically had that motor wound for my needs, it was more torque for the hills & gravel roads where I use it. Still do an easy 27 mph GPS and pull like a mule! Loaded with 5 people I could climb a steep hill with ease, my brother-in-laws with a D&D 11Php, 500 amp controller torque motor is no comparison to my setup.
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