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Unread 09-07-2018, 07:39 PM   #11
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7144, with speed magnet I get 30 mph level ground, if I want to.plenty of power with a 350 amp Curtis controller.
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Unread 09-07-2018, 07:55 PM   #12
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My Chinese Garbage has been working flawlessly for 4 years.
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Unread 09-07-2018, 07:56 PM   #13
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What is the application...... what's right for one cart or use is not necessarily right for another.
Recreational street use (asphalt and sidewalks), no hills.
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What do you expect to accomplish with this new motor? Seems you got everything you need now.
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What do you expect to accomplish with this new motor? Seems you got everything you need now.
Everything but a motor haha. Stock one is on its death bed. Something that can keep up with the controller, as well as good performance.
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OK then, either of those motors will work fine. Just remember if you get to going to fast in a golf cart you may not be able to find anybody to ride with you.
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Actually AMD was very American as they were part of the Kinetek Corporation. Kinetek was acquired by Nidec Motor Corporation in '12 and they are "Japanese" and not Chinese.

About Kinetek
Kinetek traces its roots to 1908 with the founding of the Imperial Electric Company in Akron, Ohio and 1911 with the founding of Merkle-Korff Industries in Chicago. Today, Kinetek manufacturing and design centers are located on three continents and employ about 3,000 worldwide. Kinetek product lines include AC, DC, and brushless DC electric motors, pumps, gearing, gearboxes, fans, transaxles, human machine interface products (membrane switch assemblies, graphic overlays), electronic controls/systems and end products.

About Nidec
Founded in 1973, Nidec is a manufacturer and distributor of electric motors and related components and equipment with headquarters in Kyoto, Japan. The company provides discrete and variable speed motors and pumps, electronic motor controls and other electronic components. Nidec comprises over 170 consolidated and affiliated subsidiaries, with over 100 manufacturing and sales locations in 25 countries with more than 107,000 employees.

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Nidec Corporation (NYSE: NJ), a multi-billion dollar global manufacturer of small and medium sized motors, and Kinetek, Inc., a leader in the development of custom engineered control, motor and drive system solutions, jointly announced today that Nidec has completed the acquisition of Kinetek. The companies had previously announced the acquisition agreement on September 20, 2012. Kinetekís leadership in elevator, floor care, commercial food/refrigeration, material handling, aerial lift and golf car market segments will expand and strengthen the commercial segment of St. Louis-based Nidec Motor Corporation, a Nidec Group company.

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Actually AMD was very American as they were part of the Kinetek Corporation. Kinetek was acquired by Nidec Motor Corporation in '12 and they are "Japanese" and not Chinese.



About Kinetek

Kinetek traces its roots to 1908 with the founding of the Imperial Electric Company in Akron, Ohio and 1911 with the founding of Merkle-Korff Industries in Chicago. Today, Kinetek manufacturing and design centers are located on three continents and employ about 3,000 worldwide. Kinetek product lines include AC, DC, and brushless DC electric motors, pumps, gearing, gearboxes, fans, transaxles, human machine interface products (membrane switch assemblies, graphic overlays), electronic controls/systems and end products.



About Nidec

Founded in 1973, Nidec is a manufacturer and distributor of electric motors and related components and equipment with headquarters in Kyoto, Japan. The company provides discrete and variable speed motors and pumps, electronic motor controls and other electronic components. Nidec comprises over 170 consolidated and affiliated subsidiaries, with over 100 manufacturing and sales locations in 25 countries with more than 107,000 employees.



Deerfield, IL (November 2, 2012)

Nidec Corporation (NYSE: NJ), a multi-billion dollar global manufacturer of small and medium sized motors, and Kinetek, Inc., a leader in the development of custom engineered control, motor and drive system solutions, jointly announced today that Nidec has completed the acquisition of Kinetek. The companies had previously announced the acquisition agreement on September 20, 2012. Kinetekís leadership in elevator, floor care, commercial food/refrigeration, material handling, aerial lift and golf car market segments will expand and strengthen the commercial segment of St. Louis-based Nidec Motor Corporation, a Nidec Group company.





Very interesting history. My PDS motor says made in China.


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This is the only info on mine.

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Put the FSIP speed motor on your list too. I have this motor in 2 test carts. 1 cart is a Precedent with a XCT300 controller and the other is a Ezgo TXT48 with a XCT400. Both carts have plenty of power and accelerate quickly to 6000 rpms or 27 mph with stock height tires.
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