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Unread 03-16-2008, 02:32 PM   #11
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Great explanation Rusty...thanks. Ive been wondering the difference between IQ and anything else. I was hoping mine was an IQ, but oh well! Now with that being known, whats the least expensive way to ad speed(not torque) to a regen cart? Dont misunderstand...Im not looking to go 35mph or anything....but I would like to boost the speed (maybe 19-20mph)without spending a fortune. Can I gain speed for less than $200?
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Unread 03-20-2008, 11:11 PM   #12
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Default Re: How to identify a Regen Club Car?

If It Has New Batteries You Stole It So Drive Like You Stole It The Only Regen To Stay Away From Was The 1st Regen Car 1995 Big Problems With Those.
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Unread 03-21-2008, 01:46 AM   #13
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but I would like to boost the speed (maybe 19-20mph)without spending a fortune. Can I gain speed for less than $200?
If you do let me know how :-) My only idea would be calling electrical motor products and seeing what they can do for you... they used to be a site sponsor not sure if they still are.
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Unread 03-21-2008, 11:42 PM   #14
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Great explanation Rusty...thanks. Ive been wondering the difference between IQ and anything else. I was hoping mine was an IQ, but oh well! Now with that being known, whats the least expensive way to ad speed(not torque) to a regen cart? Dont misunderstand...Im not looking to go 35mph or anything....but I would like to boost the speed (maybe 19-20mph)without spending a fortune. Can I gain speed for less than $200?
Thanks! And, as far as the faster speed? Yup, get ready do dig into your pockets. Theres not a quick, easy or cheap improvement for this. As stated, it usually requires a different motor and controler.
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Unread 03-22-2008, 09:49 AM   #15
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Great explanation Rusty...thanks. Ive been wondering the difference between IQ and anything else. I was hoping mine was an IQ, but oh well! Now with that being known, whats the least expensive way to ad speed(not torque) to a regen cart? Dont misunderstand...Im not looking to go 35mph or anything....but I would like to boost the speed (maybe 19-20mph)without spending a fortune. Can I gain speed for less than $200?
I sent EMP an email and they said they have motors for my cart that can go 23MPH without any upgrades besides the motor. The price they quoted a little more than double what you're looking at, but still not bad at all.
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Unread 11-08-2009, 06:33 PM   #16
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Question Re: How to identify a Regen Club Car?

I have one of those 1995 Regen 1 Club Cars mentioned below. If I purchase a combination series motor and controller package from BU can it be installed and will it do away with the problems inherent in the 1995 carts. BU only lists these speed torque combo kits beginning for a 1996 regen cart. Is the 1995 regen 1 different from the 96-97. Is this cart worth fixing up? Thanks in advance to anyone who can answer these questions before I spend money on it.
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Unread 11-09-2009, 05:14 PM   #17
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The Regen 1 Cars Can Be Changed Over To A Regen2 Controller,nobody Rebuilds The Regen 1 Controllers.it Should Have 2 Solenoids,and The Regen1 Also Does Not Have A Tow Switch Under The Seat. The Regen 2 And All Iq Cars Have A Tow Switch. The Regen1 Cars Were Discontinued After 1997.
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