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Unread 04-24-2019, 09:58 PM   #1
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Default 93 club car solid state upgrade (36v) am I doing this right?

I have a 93 club car (solid state system) that Iam ready to do some upgrades too. from what i can tell it's all stock. I wanted to do the speed controller 1st. any help will be appreciated!

my plans are as follows:
1. plum quick bandit upgrade (still trying to figure out what motor I have see pic any advice is greatly appreciated not sure if it is the ge or AMD mentioned on plum quicksilver site)

2. speed controller (will be based on motor) w/ solenoid

3. I have just purchased 6 new trojan batteries [ATTACH]20190424_214716.jpg[/ATTACH]
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Unread 04-24-2019, 11:32 PM   #2
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Welcome baconhulk. Look above and click on "Site Sponsors." Find "Revolution Golf Cars." Contact Dave there. He is our expert on these carts and will hook you up with what you need and the best advice.
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Unread 07-17-2019, 01:22 PM   #3
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I'm getting close to wrapping my wiring up on this. what gauge wire should I go with for the forward, reverse and solenoid wire (smaller wires)
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2 gauge welding cable; 600 strand count.
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Unread 07-17-2019, 02:46 PM   #5
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I'm getting close to wrapping my wiring up on this. what gauge wire should I go with for the forward, reverse and solenoid wire (smaller wires)
16g is all that is needed anywhere in the carts control circuit (small wires)
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16g is all that is needed anywhere in the carts control circuit (small wires)
Reading comprehension obviously isn't my strong suit
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I have a 93 club car (solid state system) that Iam ready to do some upgrades too. from what i can tell it's all stock. I wanted to do the speed controller 1st. any help will be appreciated!

my plans are as follows:
1. plum quick bandit upgrade (still trying to figure out what motor I have see pic any advice is greatly appreciated not sure if it is the ge or AMD mentioned on plum quicksilver site)

2. speed controller (will be based on motor) w/ solenoid

3. I have just purchased 6 new trojan batteries [ATTACH]Attachment 185314[/ATTACH]
You didnít state whether your new batteries were 6V or 8V. Since you are doing all this, now would be the best time to upgrade to 48V. You will not regret it. Also, your 36V motor will run really well on 48V so that should be your last upgrade. See my sig. JMHO
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Unread 07-18-2019, 11:40 AM   #8
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thanks for all of the replies guys! that was quick. @haulna$$ I stayed with 36v because I will likely get to use it on occasion and the wife will probably be driving it the most. I ended up not going with the plum quick motor. just changed the solenoid, speed controller, batteries and wiring for now...
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Unread 07-28-2019, 12:58 PM   #9
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still trying to get this thing wired up. does anyone have a wiring diagram that shows an sr400 wired up to a 93 solid state? I feel like I'm missing wiring and also have a few that I cannot figure out were they go. I was told the M- to A2 would be deleted. Also trying to figure out where the j4 and j5 go exactly.
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There are several ways to wire your cart. I have attached one way to do Iíd which is probably the easiest way and works well as long as the V-Glide is working properly and adjusted to remove any slack in the throttle and engage all the contact pads properly. You also need to add a straight jumper wire from post 2 to post 3 as shown in the second pic. HTH
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