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Unread 10-07-2015, 08:38 PM   #1
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Looks like Im the Guinea Pig for this setup.
Im pairing the new Madjax 600amp OTF Controller with a Plumquick Executioner on a Precedent IQ.
Both Plumquick & Navitas give me the ok. Navitas says the smart harness will adapt and calibrate to the executioner. I will post results as soon as The motor arrives and is installed. Has anyone paired a Plumquuick motor with this controller yet?
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Unread 10-07-2015, 09:23 PM   #2
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Just be sure to hang on good.
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Unread 10-07-2015, 10:48 PM   #3
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Looks like Im the Guinea Pig for this setup.
Im pairing the new Madjax 600amp OTF Controller with a Plumquick Executioner on a Precedent IQ.
Both Plumquick & Navitas give me the ok. Navitas says the smart harness will adapt and calibrate to the executioner. I will post results as soon as The motor arrives and is installed. Has anyone paired a Plumquuick motor with this controller yet?
Wow ..that controller alone puts out a stupid amount of torque with a stock motor, you gone be rolling , better get some seat belts installed, or four point harness ...post a video .
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Better put a tail hook on that thing so you can drop it to stop you when you burn the brakes up trying to stop before going over the hill.
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Better put a tail hook on that thing so you can drop it to stop you when you burn the brakes up trying to stop before going over the hill.
haha ..yeah along with a parachute ,wheelie bars, roll cage and a kill switch just to top it off, might even look into an aftermarket ejection seat , it's never hurts to land safely
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I'm looking forward to your results. That should be quite the combo.
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Hello Silverwolf!
Just installed the executioner this afternoon. I am pleased to say that I am very happy with the performance so far. Lots of torque. The controller responds well to speed snd acceleration all the way up. Regen is off. I got about 28mph on a bumpy 2 track road with only me onboard. I have 23" tires and a 6" A-arm lift kit. I actually havent turned the acceleration down to a minimum yet but I can tell you that the controller really adapts well to make a smooth throttle curve. Very smooth even at full speed & full accel. I can control my speed very easy by the touch of the gas pedal or spin out in loose gravel if I step on the gas from a stop. Ill keep you updated with more results. The cart is at a remote hunting location and Im only there on the weekends.
Also, going up a 40 degree hill I can hold my speed at 16mph
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Unread 10-17-2015, 09:43 PM   #8
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can you still use regen if you want to with that motor ?
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Yes, you can turn regen to whatever your liking is. 0 to 10. 0 is off & 10 is heavy regen. I like it when Im going down very steep hills. It helps save my brakes.
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Also, I replaced my state of charge bar meter & put in a digital voltmeter from Scotty B @ cartsunlimited.com
Very nice and much more accurate to determine when its time to head back out of the woods to charge up & not get stranded.
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