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Unread 08-06-2015, 11:40 AM   #1
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Default Is is a 2000 or a 2000.5???

I am getting ready to start on my 2000 CC DS 48 V. The serial # is A0032-918522. It has the vglide and is a series cart. I determined this by the sticky tutorial. My question is, what are the differences between a 2000 and 2000.5? Seats, windshield, etc.? I must order these things and I want to make sure I get the right stuff. Any help will be appreciated.
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Unread 08-06-2015, 11:45 AM   #2
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Default Re: Is is a 2000 or a 2000.5???

If it has the one piece seat back, plastic seat rails, thicker plastic roof, and black roof supports, it's a 2000.5

If it has the two piece seat back, aluminum roof supports, and thinner roof, its a 2000
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Default Re: Is is a 2000 or a 2000.5???

Thanks CCF. It's a 2000.5. What speed can I expect from a stock 48V series cart and what is the best way to speed it up? It hasn't run yet so I don't know what to expect. I figured maybe a 36V motor. Thoughts??
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A 36v motor will get you a 33%(?) increase in both speed and touque
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Unread 08-06-2015, 05:09 PM   #5
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Well, it looks like I need to start looking for a 36V series motor!! Is there anything I can do to the existing system to speed it up?
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Default Re: Is is a 2000 or a 2000.5???

If the cart will be driven on flat areas, You can do a Field Weakening or overdrive circuit.

All You really need is a solenoid to by-pass the Motor Field, but then you either have to drive with your finger on the dash pushing the button, or install a toggle switch and run the risk to forget to toggle OFF and burn the controller and/or Motor trying to start the cart without the Field coil energized.

I came up with the sketch in the thread below using a diode or LED to turn a $5 relay into a self-latching relay that gets latched when You press the button and released automatically when You release the Pedal.

I thought the LED(s) would be cooler than just a diode because it would give you an indication the circuit is active.

Increasing the speed of a Series Motor
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