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Unread 07-29-2010, 09:09 PM   #11
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Default Re: 1990 club car 36 volt how long should it run

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hmmmm 22 miles? I don't think that is possible.

A stock cart hits what maybe 10 - 12 mph? with t105 batteries i think you can get like 90 or 120 mins of run time. But that might be to dead slam dead batteries. You shouldn't take a carts batteries down below 50% charge if you want them to last a while.

so going by that. 10mph x 45mins = 7.65 miles. and 10mph x 60 mins = 10 miles.

so i would say a 36v system if you were to drive for a straight hour is looking to be charged.

i,m only repeating what i got
strait from C.C. i and have no reason to doupt them but its gonna be different for everyone depending on their driving........but C.C. says approx 22 miles with good batts and normal driving....................
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Unread 07-30-2010, 07:47 AM   #12
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Wow. That is neat if that is what club car is saying. I just wish I knew what was normal to them
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A Curtis PB-6 is a universal poteniometer unit that replaces the 5 micro switch assembly that now is your sourse of speed control box hooked to pedal control linkage, this is needed when you convert to a solid state controller. The solid state controller replaces the poor efficiency resistor bank ( I use Alltrax ) and is chosen by voltage, speed switching and amps draw needed for your existing cart. When doing a change over you need to contact your supplier ( hopefully one of our sponsors ) to get a proper match? By using your existing 36 volt motor you could do like many cart owners and switch to 48 volts ( 6- 8 volt batterys or better yet 8- 6 volt batterys ) with only the extra addition of a 48 volt solenoid above the PB-6 and Controller? This extends mileage and power by a large margin.
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