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Unread 09-14-2010, 11:54 AM   #11
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Not sure Robby is ordering the new
Motor. It's completely in his hands. Lol I
Can't wait

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Unread 09-23-2010, 07:52 PM   #12
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Not sure Robby is ordering the new
Motor. It's completely in his hands. Lol I
Can't wait

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Unread 09-24-2010, 01:15 AM   #13
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Great. Im getting the motor next week!! I cant wait man.. did a couple of test downhill didnt change with the stock motor still 34 mph figured that though,"This is on 59 Volts" But up hill changed alot by adding the extra 6 volts, 20 mph climbing a long hill. Its not that steep but long. i use to see 13 up. Its a big difference. Remember this is a stock motor w/ a alltrax 500 amp, 400 amp solenoid, and 2 gauge wire setup. Im hoping to see 40 Plus down, and 25 uphill with the new motor, but will be posting the results along w/ all the motor pictures when it arrives.

Weird thing ive had a shutter problem for the past week. today i took the time to look at every wire, everything was tight. I have another post going about this issue, finally today i found one loose wire i pulled "NOT A BATTERY OR CONTROLLER WIRE" on that tightened it back up some small factory wire that connects to the factory wiring harness. Its crazy one wire will cause the whole cart to shutter at all throttle settings. Anyways thanks for asking about it man, i will be posting alot of pictures and speeds as soon as i get the new motor, It will be something to see. SHUNT is hard to get alot of speed out of. But Robby @ Plumb quick is getting me hooked up man......



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Unread 09-24-2010, 08:14 PM   #14
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Great. Im getting the motor next week!! I cant wait man.. did a couple of test downhill didnt change with the stock motor still 34 mph figured that though,"This is on 59 Volts" But up hill changed alot by adding the extra 6 volts, 20 mph climbing a long hill. Its not that steep but long. i use to see 13 up. Its a big difference. Remember this is a stock motor w/ a alltrax 500 amp, 400 amp solenoid, and 2 gauge wire setup. Im hoping to see 40 Plus down, and 25 uphill with the new motor, but will be posting the results along w/ all the motor pictures when it arrives.

Weird thing ive had a shutter problem for the past week. today i took the time to look at every wire, everything was tight. I have another post going about this issue, finally today i found one loose wire i pulled "NOT A BATTERY OR CONTROLLER WIRE" on that tightened it back up some small factory wire that connects to the factory wiring harness. Its crazy one wire will cause the whole cart to shutter at all throttle settings. Anyways thanks for asking about it man, i will be posting alot of pictures and speeds as soon as i get the new motor, It will be something to see. SHUNT is hard to get alot of speed out of. But Robby @ Plumb quick is getting me hooked up man......



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Unread 09-24-2010, 09:13 PM   #15
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They did me right and mine will haul the mail! I can't wait to hear your numbers and see what you get out of that extra battery. You got me thinking!!!!!! :-)
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Unread 09-24-2010, 10:25 PM   #16
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Bamadozier, what motor do you have?

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