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Unread 07-11-2018, 10:31 PM   #11
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Default Re: More speed or more torque? Whatís the deal?

Thanks for the feedback guys!

Just to be clear, since I am on budget is there a way to piece this all together a step at a time?

Someone mentioned changing to 2ga wires first. Will this make a noticeable difference?

Or should I just wait and save up $x amount and just get everything all together?

Yes itís a 48v 1997 DS with a power drive charger.




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Unread 07-12-2018, 06:30 AM   #12
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Default Re: More speed or more torque? Whatís the deal?

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Thanks for the feedback guys!

Just to be clear, since I am on budget is there a way to piece this all together a step at a time?

Someone mentioned changing to 2ga wires first. Will this make a noticeable difference?

Or should I just wait and save up $x amount and just get everything all together?

Yes itís a 48v 1997 DS with a power drive charger.




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It never hurts to go to all 2G cables, and you may even notice a significant difference.


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Unread 07-12-2018, 08:05 AM   #13
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Mine is a AMD core that I bought from them, and I am quite pleased. I also have a Alltrax 400 as well, and the torque increase was quite nice. Thanks for the info Dog...
Yep. That's a good motor. Totally different brush setup than the GE motors. Much larger and can take much more abuse.
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Unread 07-12-2018, 12:22 PM   #14
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Thanks for the feedback guys!

Just to be clear, since I am on budget is there a way to piece this all together a step at a time?

Someone mentioned changing to 2ga wires first. Will this make a noticeable difference?

Or should I just wait and save up $x amount and just get everything all together?

Yes itís a 48v 1997 DS with a power drive charger.




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Do the wires and the motor is you're looking for speed, the wires alone are OK, but you won't notice a drastic difference. Then get the controller, like David said, controller first and you could do damage to the stock motor.

but all in you're over a grand.
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