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Unread 01-13-2011, 10:22 AM   #81
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Wow who dug this old thread out of the trash heap?!?! Put it back...thats where it belongs
Never tried it, had all the parts lined up thanks to DirtySouth and Callen9(if they still exist) but never actually sat and wired it all up. I went the safe route with a PQ motor and controller setup and was able to drive around without the fire suit on. But I strongly suggest someone try it out, why not
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Unread 02-28-2011, 04:51 PM   #82
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An old thread but now there is an answer, almost. I have seen it done on an '87 DS in similar fashion. Instead of the complex soleniod wiring the buggy used a Guest marine battery switch designed to handle multiple battery banks in parallel an series, but strangely inexpensive. The switch comes in many models but there is one that ensures separation of contacts before making the next one. It has a selector for 1,2 1+2 or none. It was wired so that the switch in the 1 position was normal, the 1+2 position was the extra 12 volts in series from the non resistor terminal and 2 had the cart powered normally but all the electronics (lights, radio, etc) came off the separate 12 volts. The owner suggests only switching when at WOT and uses it for short bursts of seed. It seems to work well, he sure blows away my 89 DS.

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Unread 02-28-2011, 06:14 PM   #83
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Default Re: Will this 12V boost theory work

Hey Roady89 did this sometime after the discussion to watch the burn out and the result watch the videos
on this thread Roady89's Controller Boost
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An old thread but now there is an answer, almost. I have seen it done on an '87 DS in similar fashion. Instead of the complex soleniod wiring the buggy used a Guest marine battery switch designed to handle multiple battery banks in parallel an series, but strangely inexpensive. The switch comes in many models but there is one that ensures separation of contacts before making the next one. It has a selector for 1,2 1+2 or none. It was wired so that the switch in the 1 position was normal, the 1+2 position was the extra 12 volts in series from the non resistor terminal and 2 had the cart powered normally but all the electronics (lights, radio, etc) came off the separate 12 volts. The owner suggests only switching when at WOT and uses it for short bursts of seed. It seems to work well, he sure blows away my 89 DS.
really old thread but was wondering if i could see a diagram or if some one could point me to a thread with this being done
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