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Unread 06-09-2008, 06:20 PM   #11
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Default Re: Don't want to fry new motor/controller/solenoid

Thanks for asking, if I could send you a pictur I would, have not learned how to post pictures yet but I will. It is basically like I said 94 cc DS I believe, not sure how to tell the difference between the DS and the the other model. It has a shell that the guy I bought it from gave me but I have to get it painted. Right now I am just cleaning all the contacts with my dremel tool, and then I am going to start upgrading. I want to add a lift for sure, probably the long travel ones. What do you think and it is a 36v system I believe.
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Unread 06-09-2008, 07:10 PM   #12
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Default Re: Don't want to fry new motor/controller/solenoid

Brockett you will get a big improvement going to 48v, but you will have to change controller,solenoid, and upgrade wiring. I have read some great results using EMP motors, 2 speed. This seems like a good econimical start. But then you will be hooked, but still have a motor you can stay with.
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Unread 06-09-2008, 11:59 PM   #13
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Default Re: Don't want to fry new motor/controller/solenoid

I have been told that some of the older 36 volt sytems had better torque then some of the 48 systems. What do you think? Anyway regardless I think I will work off of this motor for now and jsut upgrade all the components to HD versions and then work on the body mod. Maybe later on get a 48 system. Any idea where I can get both the wiring diagram and the spec sheet for my 94 cc. THansk
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