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Unread 06-16-2011, 07:27 AM   #51
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Default Re: YOU MIGHT JUST WANT A SWITCH CONTROL

without a switch the circuit is easy......

just connect wires from switch terminal #2 to wire on switch terminal #1
and do not connect the wire that would normally go to switch terminal #3


But the cost of the switch is sooooo little . WHY would you not just build it the PROVEN way it works and have the switch available incase you choose not to use it for a day or so....


jameco capacitor # 609545 .1uf 50 volt (11 cent each for all you cheapeezzzzz)


DESIGN MODIFICATION....... I am going to break the speed sensor line just before the
controller and incert a male and female connector IN THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT. .....later when i build THE GAMINDE SPEED SENSOR FOOLER
all i have to do is incert it in that line with matching connectors.

This way if the unit fails or if i want to test a 2nd or 3rd ..I don't have to climb under the cart and mess with cable tied wires at the motor.

Jameco part numbers for the connectors are :

224080 plug
224151 receptacle
224240 male solder pin (crimp dont recommend is #224223)
224258 female solder pin ( crimp dont recomment is #224231)

the solder will make a better and more reliable connection especially if you deceide to late remove the speed fooler and just jumper it out .

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Unread 06-16-2011, 03:43 PM   #52
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Default Re: YOU MIGHT JUST WANT A SWITCH CONTROL

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the solder will make a better and more reliable connection...
awww helllz ! someone better call NASA, the military, the automotive and aviation industries and let them know they're doing it wrong.
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Unread 06-17-2011, 03:08 PM   #53
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Default Re: Club Car Speed link 4 Precedent Golf Cart SpeedyLink

I Just built the gaminde unit and put it on my 2004 CC. The controller is set to level 3 with stock motor and controller. Without the unit it runs 19 mph, with the unit it goes about 23. I was hoping for more but for $30 bucks I can't complain.
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Unread 06-17-2011, 04:25 PM   #54
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What do you have in that cart speed mode three should be about 15mph so what does that work out to 7$ per mph
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Unread 06-17-2011, 05:50 PM   #55
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yo buck50, got pic?
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Unread 06-20-2011, 09:11 AM   #56
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Default Re: BUCK 50----SWITCH OR NO SWITCH

i am about to build the same SPEED SENSOR FOOLER.. Did you build it with or without the switch......

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Unread 06-20-2011, 09:18 AM   #57
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Default Re: GAMINDE ----SPEED SENSOR

just build your speed sensor...hardest part of the job was holding the new "HALL sensor" in place until the epoxy set


Note the sensor has to be placed all the way to the bottom of the sleeve.
(when you hollow out .......stop at the level where the lip is for the mounting screws )

Again a tip of my hat to "GAMINDE" i'm just a copy cat
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Default Re: Club Car Speed link 4 Precedent Golf Cart SpeedyLink

Sorry I didn't take any pictures and I coated the circuit board with liquid tape to make it waterproof. I built it without a switch but the next one will have one for 3 different speeds (kids). The cart has 22 inch tires that why I got 18 mph. How did the hall effect sensor work out?
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Default Re: GAMINDE ----SPEED SENSOR

ForBruce have you installed it to make sure it works did you bench test before and after??


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just build your speed sensor...hardest part of the job was holding the new "HALL sensor" in place until the epoxy set


Note the sensor has to be placed all the way to the bottom of the sleeve.
(when you hollow out .......stop at the level where the lip is for the mounting screws )

Again a tip of my hat to "GAMINDE" i'm just a copy cat
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Unread 06-20-2011, 02:07 PM   #60
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Buck50
Ok 7mph no speed sensor, 18mph stock speed sensor and 23mph with the circuit great idea that's thinking out of the box.
The little shits won't know whats going on.


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Sorry I didn't take any pictures and I coated the circuit board with liquid tape to make it waterproof. I built it without a switch but the next one will have one for 3 different speeds (kids). The cart has 22 inch tires that why I got 18 mph. How did the hall effect sensor work out?
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