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Unread 07-31-2009, 08:54 PM   #21
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would'nt you need a 72 volt solenoid for the 72 v controller bypass?
NO. The bypass does not go thru the stock system. Only the original 32-volts.
In this case we are using only 32-volts for the by pass. A 32-volt boost. This will take an additional solenoid to turn the boost on. The main stock solenoid will never see the total 72-volts.
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Unread 08-01-2009, 12:54 AM   #22
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NO. The bypass does not go thru the stock system. Only the original 32-volts.
In this case we are using only 32-volts for the by pass. A 32-volt boost. This will take an additional solenoid to turn the boost on. The main stock solenoid will never see the total 72-volts.
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Unread 08-01-2009, 06:43 AM   #23
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Just be careful. I would say you got about 5 secs max with a setup like this before you melt something. It would not be a run around with 72 volts for an hour type thing.
Wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This set up was first brought to us at the 06 Bonanza underneath Nates cart as a 60-120-volt system. He drove around all day on 60 volts. And when it came time for the Drags. He left the line on 60 volts from the pedal & then hit the switch for the other 60-volts going strait to the motor for a total of 120-volts. The End.
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Ok Boys
This is an easy one. You can get 72 volts pretty easy under the seat. So this will be our total voltage. Now, we will run a stock 36-volt system for the golf coarse. And now we will run 36-volt bypass. Giving us a total of 72 volts for the drags. The first 36 volts will be run thru controller. And the second 36 volts will go straight to the motor. With a flip of a toggle switch. This will allow you to use your stock controller, motor. But hang on because when you hit that switch it will send the second 36 volts straight to the motor & all at one time. This is called the Nate boost.

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Unread 08-01-2009, 07:07 AM   #25
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Wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This set up was first brought to us at the 06 Bonanza underneath Nates cart as a 60-120-volt system. He drove around all day on 60 volts. And when it came time for the Drags. He left the line on 60 volts from the pedal & then hit the switch for the other 60-volts going strait to the motor for a total of 120-volts. The End.
Couldent you set up a micro switch to make at full throttle and a switch in series with that, to diable when not in use, to get to the boost. Is ther a picture of this set up or a drawing?
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Unread 08-05-2009, 10:11 PM   #26
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ok how can you tell if the motor is bad?.... TONY: roll:
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Unread 08-06-2009, 07:19 AM   #27
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ok how can you tell if the motor is bad?.... TONY: roll:
What happened? Did you do the bypass?
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ALMOST! OFF YESTERDAY AND BOUGHT PARTS TO FIX....KIDS WERE ROAD IT...NEW BATTERY'S MOVE A LITTKLE BACKWARDS NOW NOTHING...CLICK'S AT SELNOID.... ANY IDEAS? cables are clean
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Does the controller smell burnt?
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is there a number to give you a call? TONY

























there a numberto call?
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