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Unread 02-06-2009, 05:13 PM   #31
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all of hunting buddies blow by me but a got my cart from a old man that builds them and this was his personal hunting cart last year from what i have seen and heard he did it right but one thing about it it got me backto camp everytime but one time when i ran out of juice cause my state of charge is not hooked up and i didnt charge it between trip but for two hours brs or anyone will i still have the torque if i go with high spped gears and will i still be able to go slow through the woods without over heating cause the fast buggys all the time have something going wrong with them thanks
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Unread 02-06-2009, 05:14 PM   #32
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i just got cart four months ago i am a newbie does the high speed gears is my only result and how do you do that does the motor have to be shipped off and is it alot of trouble pulling motor thanks alot man
Your best bet is to check in with a local cart shop, unless you have the right tools and knowledge. It will probably be about $500 to regear your cart. I would also check with D&D and get their input. Post a new thread and you'll get more feedback. Good luck.
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Unread 02-06-2009, 05:21 PM   #33
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thanks brs i guess d&d will have a site havent check trying to figure out why my charger sometinmes hangs on two amps for a while before cutting off
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Unread 02-06-2009, 05:41 PM   #34
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Yes if you put in high gears you will lose your tourque. What's your speed? My dad has a stealth it has the 14hp D&D (I think) and a 700 amp controller, he tops out at 15-16 mph.

I've been told that no motor likes going 2-3mph for extended periods (more than 1/2 hour) which is good when hunting.
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Unread 02-06-2009, 05:42 PM   #35
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thanks brs i guess d&d will have a site havent check trying to figure out why my charger sometinmes hangs on two amps for a while before cutting off
The manufacturer of your charger probably has a manual online for your charger.
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Unread 02-06-2009, 05:48 PM   #36
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I think he is refering to changing the gears themselves.
To upgrade a MOTOR most vendors will let you keep your motor until theirs arrives at
your place then you return yours to them for some core $$ Value Credit.
If you are in a hilly area be careful when seeking speed you can loose Torque and
on hills that's not good !
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Unread 02-06-2009, 08:41 PM   #37
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i go about five to 8 mph when going down hunting roads i would keep it smacked when i can but roads can be prtty bouncey sometime and i take it easy on my baby cause that the only way around our hunting camp unless you kill somethi ng then you can use a atv thanks for info i need the torque for sure cause it hauls two grown men and a 200 pound deer when we kill if the deer drops where you can get tto him cause these hills are pretty steep i think i go about 14 or better but will check tomorrow
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thanks brs i guess d&d will have a site havent check trying to figure out why my charger sometinmes hangs on two amps for a while before cutting off
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It is called the finishing cycle.
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My voltage was at 50.6 when I put the charger on yesterday. Took 4 1/2 hours before shutting off and read 54 volts. Over night, around 8 hours later they now read 51.4 volts. Most of that 4 1/2 hours of charging the charger was at it's lowest level, around 2-3 volts.
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At the beginning of this thread there were three members that ordered a PQ motor. Oxfordlawn posted his results of the 2 MPH increase. Anymore installs completed yet... any GPS results?
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