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Unread 05-06-2019, 05:57 PM   #11
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What type batteries do you have in it?

And yes, 20 mph in stock trim would require SP-4
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Unread 05-06-2019, 08:49 PM   #12
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Trojan T-875. Just checked voltage gauge and it read 50.6
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Unread 05-06-2019, 08:56 PM   #13
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How about going back to basics. Are the brakes dragging?
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What type batteries do you have in it?

And yes, 20 mph in stock trim would require SP-4
Nole is SP-4 @ 20mph good or should it be more?
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Another thing spider, if you installed a 48-12 reducer, fuse block etc. that old reducer shouldn't be hooked up at all, or affecting the lights. Something is wrong there.
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Nole is SP-4 @ 20mph good or should it be more?
In stock trim it should yield 19.6 mph so he is right there....
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Unless the amperage is down on your controller (or smaller then your FIL's), then I am not sure what else with out riding it or hooking a scanner to it and reading it.

If the speed was off, I would think MCOR not reaching 100%, but it must be to see 20mph. Just ensure you do not have any throttle points anywhere.... (bad Cable, bad lugs, bad or corroded connections, etc.)
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In stock trim it should yield 19.6 mph so he is right there....
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How about going back to basics. Are the brakes dragging?
No, they don't appear to be.
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Another thing spider, if you installed a 48-12 reducer, fuse block etc. that old reducer shouldn't be hooked up at all, or affecting the lights. Something is wrong there.
I completely agree. The 16 to 12 reducer is part of a harness that's plugged into the lights with two leads coming up to the battery. I'll have to go back and look but I may or may not have disconnected the leads to the battery. The harness from the light kit plugged into the smaller reducer and when I unplugged it the lights failed. This whole thing threw me for a loop.
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