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Unread 04-28-2010, 05:41 PM   #1
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If I have a dealer change my codes to increase the speed, how much battery life will I lose?
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Unread 04-30-2010, 06:33 PM   #2
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It's actually impossible to answer that question... It all depends on how good your batteries are. Also, it depends on your driving style... You'll be going faster, but you'll also be driving less because you're getting where you're going faster... I wouldn't be too concerned about it. I doubt you'll notice a difference.
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Unread 04-30-2010, 08:51 PM   #3
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When I was testing my batteries out at Ft. Wilderness several months ago I found that the slower I went around the park, (we call it looping which is entering all loops in the park checking out the sites which require 10mph max,) would seem to get me less mileage for the day before I needed to charge my batteries. When I went for speed in the park I got more miles before charging. So what does this all mean??? I don't think it will really matter that much and as Tahoe states... really tuff to tell but maybe even more time if you move faster...help:
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When I was testing my batteries out at Ft. Wilderness several months ago I found that the slower I went around the park, (we call it looping which is entering all loops in the park checking out the sites which require 10mph max,) would seem to get me less mileage for the day before I needed to charge my batteries. When I went for speed in the park I got more miles before charging. So what does this all mean??? I don't think it will really matter that much and as Tahoe states... really tuff to tell but maybe even more time if you move faster...help:
Yep... Think of it this way... Electric motors are kind of like ceiling fans... they pull the most power from the time they start until the time they get going at a steady pace... Once they're running they don't pull near as much current.
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