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Unread 02-19-2009, 11:14 PM   #11
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I got the Alltrax set to WOT and it is 'breaksomething' fast..... It is all there if needed but again I think the person driving should have enough sense and ability to regulate the throttle or they are in the WRONG cart You know.....just back out a little and 'pour it on' instead of dumping it on......
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Unread 02-20-2009, 08:11 PM   #12
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Ithink this is the one I'm going with. Thanks for the info
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I have the logisystem 700. I havent gotten to actually run it yet. Still waiting on some motor cables. If you can get the 700 for just a couple dollars more, why wouldnt you?
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Let us know how you like it
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Unread 02-20-2009, 08:21 PM   #15
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I have the logisystem 700. I havent gotten to actually run it yet. Still waiting on some motor cables. If you can get the 700 for just a couple dollars more, why wouldnt you?
The reason not to get the 700 is that unless you have or plan to have or have a monster motor ..... you will never ever need it. = a waste of coin....

We know the 400 amps is enough controller for most 36v conversions and 48v carts in general so the 480 amp model seems to cover this quite well.
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I am running a stock motor now but plan to upgrade once funding permits. Will the 700 hurt the stock motor?
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Unread 02-20-2009, 08:32 PM   #17
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From what I've read your right. My cart is 36v. I may do a motor upgrade at some point but I'm really looking for more torque. I have the money to get the controller now. I figure the controller will give me more power out of my stock motor. I have a 6" lift and 22" tires on a 94 CC. I have also upgraded all the wires to 4ga. Do you think I will need the hd f/r switch and solenoid?
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! dont know. I am new to this. I will let you know if mine burns up.
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no need to burn anything up If 36v now and plan on 48v later buy a 36-48v controller You will not hurt the motor by having too much controller... think of the controller like a valve to the amps
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Thanks for your help Scottyb. I am going to owe you a turkey hunting trip if you ever come SC for all the help you have given me.
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