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Unread 02-12-2016, 04:31 PM   #11
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Ok. I'm gonna go with the 7177
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Unread 02-12-2016, 05:28 PM   #12
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What is going to be the intended use for your cart? Will it be used for cruising the French Quarter or cruising your camp on the weekends? It makes a big difference in what motor you choose>
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What is going to be the intended use for your cart? Will it be used for cruising the French Quarter or cruising your camp on the weekends? It makes a big difference in what motor you choose>
we moved to the Gulf Coast so my neighborhood is pretty hilly. We like to mud ride with it. Get sloppy dirty. Do some very light climbing. Then cruise to the grocery about 6 miles away on hilly blacktop.

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The AMD 7144 is a good speed motor.

txpres, how many amps on that Curtis 1268 controller?
I have it set for 500 amps. I also have a programmer and have significantly modified the settings, leaning for more speed than torque. Although the torque is still very good.
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Unread 02-12-2016, 06:03 PM   #15
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It sounds like you need the 7177 torque motor for the mud riding and the 7144 speed motor for the hills on the way to the grocery store. The 7177 develops its max HP at low RPM's (2500) and the 7144 max HP is at 5100 RPM. I've got the 7144 in my cart and it gets me up the hills in Chattanooga w/o being a nuisance to motor traffic. The 7144 is also rated as a speed and torque motor where the 7177 is only a torque motor. Something for you to think about before you lay your money down.
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It sounds like you need the 7177 torque motor for the mud riding and the 7144 speed motor for the hills on the way to the grocery store. The 7177 develops its max HP at low RPM's (2500) and the 7144 max HP is at 5100 RPM. I've got the 7144 in my cart and it gets me up the hills in Chattanooga w/o being a nuisance to motor traffic. The 7144 is also rated as a speed and torque motor where the 7177 is only a torque motor. Something for you to think about before you lay your money down.
thank you sir. i think i want torque. if i get 19 to 20 mph im good
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Unread 02-15-2016, 09:04 AM   #17
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May want to consider a PQ Executioner motor, I have one wound for torque and love it, still will do about 27 on flat ground but pulls like a mule.
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If your motor is getting hot now, I'd go with a torque motor. Both AMD and Plum Quick make a good motor. I went with PQ because they are a site sponsor and because their service was excellent for me. Call them up, give them your cart specs, and your cart uses, and they will get you the right motor. I'm not sure you will see those speeds on a torque motor, but you will get fast enough.
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Thanks guys.

I called PQ and he recommended the torque 7177
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