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Unread 06-27-2009, 04:01 PM   #41
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Default Re: Need For Speed, Motor and Upgrade Results

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Ox, you're right...it's time to go to 72v since my goal was 32-35mph and I don't see any way of getting there without 72v. I'm surprised I can only get 28mph out of my setup...doesn't seem right.
whoa hey...I dont recall saying that..im in enough trouble as it is around here Anyway...I have seen how expensive those controllers are, I dont think I would have recommended that...but there are a couple hours last night I cant account for
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Unread 07-09-2009, 09:36 PM   #42
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28MPH is awesome!! This post looks like the right place to ask my question...if u guys still check it...

I have a '96 36v series its ezgo atm bone stock...here are short term plans:
2 gauge cables
48v HD selenoid
6x 8v batt's
Alltrax Axe4845 (hopefully 4855 if i get the extra cash)
Stock Advanced DC motor for now (it will run @ 48v) should i put new brushes in it??

Here is the question(s):
What speed should i be with that setup? Goal is to be in the 20+ mph with final goal 25+
And as a next step should i get the motor rewired w PQ or possibly get a 48v rated motor such as...i have no idea what motor...or just get new brushes for my stock motor and get gears?

Also i was wondering if after u get a new motor you can still gear it, but from reading this post looks like you can!
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Unread 07-09-2009, 10:19 PM   #43
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Default Re: Need For Speed, Motor and Upgrade Results

Im not sure on an EZ-Go, But on Club Car, the motors can handle the 48V running thru a 36V motor and it makes a HUUUGGGEEE difference. Hopefully someone else will confirm or say you will burn up and EZGO motor but I really dont think so...but running 48V through your stock 36V motor will make you very happy. Do the other upgrades first that you mentioned...forget about the motor until you try it with 48V going into it
Dont forget you will need a 48V chartger as well...theres goes another 2-300 dollars
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Unread 07-10-2009, 10:16 AM   #44
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Default Re: Need For Speed, Motor and Upgrade Results

Lots of motors are rated at 36-48 Volts, but if it is rated for 36 Volt only I think it will
still work , but perhaps not as long .
If the brushes are not 2 expensive, it can't hurt.
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