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Unread 12-04-2008, 02:17 PM   #41
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The workhorse got a new machined clutch but, that is another thread!

This project has taken another turn.....The logisystem NEW controller is going back to the factory for a check up.......meanwhile I found a good deal on an Alltrax 4865 ( that's 48v & 650amp) from one of our members from the good state of Georgia. Thank you Craig. Now lets see this sukka climb .....
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Unread 12-13-2008, 08:27 PM   #42
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OKAY>>>>>> Alltrax 650amp controller installed. Test drove the frame and batts. The 36v motor is rather torquey on 48v unlimited amps but hey our pack was empty only reading 48.7 volts at the time of the test drive.... She was climbing 22 degree slopes after stopping halfway up...try that with your gasser
Well there is alot of assembly to do now....new glove boxes, body, & carbon dash, install the power dump bed and so on.....glad to be able to move on here.
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Unread 12-26-2008, 09:44 PM   #43
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Got home tonight, Dec 26th, and found the mailman brought the Logisystem controller back. It has been reprogrammed to the 0-5K pot. They did it for free. Which was nice.....So I will swap it out with the 650 that is in there now and finish the build as planned. With the 36v CC motor on 48v 480amp controller. Six 8v batts... later,scott
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Unread 12-27-2008, 06:01 PM   #44
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Well, well. upon further examination I see they swapped me out as the new 0-5k controller has 4 big terminals instead of 3 the 4th is A2 (possibly for some regen braking?) anyway I ignored it and I swapped out the Logisystem controller for the Alltrax and she worked like a champ. I will save the 650 amp Alltrax for a bigger motor project. The 480 amp logisystem controller is all this stock 36v motor will ever need to run. I have been working on the wiring diagram. I got some feed back from Roady and some input from bhfear. I decided to protect my controller from being left on by powering it up at the throttle micro along with the solenoid. After much descussion we have decided this is the safest and that the solenoid could take the extra open and closing with each peddle operation without issue. The key will heat the battery meter, the voltage reducer, and the F&R micro switch.
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Unread 12-27-2008, 06:42 PM   #45
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here is the diagram I came up with.....the little black dot below the ignition switch is a junction. As I said the key will heat the F&R micro which will heat the PB-6 micro. The PB-6 micro will heat the solenoid and the controller. So, you gotta have the key on and be in gear before the PB-6 will power up the controller when the gas peddle is depressed....You can get out with the key on and in gear and nothing is powered up beyond the accessories....
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Unread 01-17-2009, 10:13 PM   #46
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I nearly finished the wiring today... I have a complete system with a key and safety switches working.... I pretty much followed the diagram. I have yet to wire the dump cylinder ... I may have to put the body on and mount the cylinder before I wire it up....Here are some pics.....Some members have asked about the install of a PB-6 when replacing a V-glide, so I took a few pics of mine.....Now! my install is by no means the best or only way to do this I flunked out of GM's training center at transmissions, about 35 yrs ago and picked up a hammer and saw ...... If I can make this work , then you can too!
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Unread 01-17-2009, 11:11 PM   #47
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Looks like your getting it done
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thanks for the pics of the PB-6 install- exactly what I needed!!
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Unread 01-17-2009, 11:54 PM   #49
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just a note... The spring I used is a very heavy one. There is little or no give in it untill you hit the PB-6 stop The metal it is on is just a scrap of 10 gauge steel .... I made it bigger than needed because I wasn't sure where it would 'end up' but in the end I never did take it back off & trim Hope it helped..... Can't wait to start to get the new '03 plastic body on her and start fine tuning the dump system.
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Unread 01-18-2009, 09:36 PM   #50
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I got a little more done on the CC today...Had to make a puller to remove the wheel... that slowed me down some There is a puller available at the dealer (4 like $150?) so I cut up some steel conc stakes and bolted them together it worked and looked like this...
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