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Unread 01-12-2012, 11:19 PM   #1
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Default I can't stand it any longer !Time to upgrade my Precedent

OK so what I have now is a 2006 club car Precedent, stock with the 4/12 volt batterys. And as much as we have enjoyed it at the campground last year (even though the other carts were blowing by us and snickering,) ( GRRRR ) I was ok. So I thought ! lol anyway I just ordered my jakes long travel for it and sent Plum Quick and ScottyB An email about major upgrades
What I want ! Well like most I want it all...lol And after being on here for way to long, (my wife said that ) lol I what to be able to
1- spin the tires
2-enough torque to pull a train or wheelie
3-and of course speed to blow by those ..... well you get the picture

So 500amp or 600 amp controller package from scottyB and 2 ga.cables
Plum quick Executioner motor
I hope I am on the right track here ! Please feel free give me your thoughts on if this is going to do what I need or will i need to go another route !
Thanks Ken

P.S. I will be posting pictures of all the upgrades as I go
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Unread 01-13-2012, 07:21 AM   #2
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Default Re: I can't stand it any longer !Time to upgrade my Precedent

You are definitely on the right track in my opinion. One of my Precedents is an 05 with All Sports 6" lift, 14" wheels with 23" all terrain tires, Alltrax DCX 500 controller and PQ Bandit motor. It will spin the tires, set you back in the seat on tack off and pull a wheelie with a heavy guy on the back seat. With the motor you are tlaking about you probably won't need the heavy guy!! Just make sure you have a good set of batteries.
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Unread 01-14-2012, 10:17 AM   #3
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You are definitely on the right track in my opinion. One of my Precedents is an 05 with All Sports 6" lift, 14" wheels with 23" all terrain tires, Alltrax DCX 500 controller and PQ Bandit motor. It will spin the tires, set you back in the seat on tack off and pull a wheelie with a heavy guy on the back seat. With the motor you are tlaking about you probably won't need the heavy guy!! Just make sure you have a good set of batteries.
Thanks for your reply basshawk84, I am now looking to upgrade the brakes so this thing will stop. Anybody know who sells them ? I have been looking at stie sponsors with no luck, ScottyB said his will not work on my cart.
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Thanks for your reply basshawk84, I am now looking to upgrade the brakes so this thing will stop. Anybody know who sells them ? I have been looking at stie sponsors with no luck, ScottyB said his will not work on my cart.
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Thanks erict, I was looking at these. Did not think you could use drum on back and disc on front, Am I wrong ?
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Thanks erict, I was looking at these. Did not think you could use drum on back and disc on front, Am I wrong ?
I'm not sure? Maybe someone will chime in or shoot an email off to them...
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Eaglesdad with the parts you plan on throwing at your cart what do you think your top speed will be and do you know how long on a average the battery life will be in hours and a good amount of speed.

Reason for asking is I want to do something like that to mine but I use it for golfing and I want to make sure I will have enough battery life for at least two rounds of golf before having to charge my battery.

I definately want the tire spinning part and I want it on asphalt even.

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Eaglesdad with the parts you plan on throwing at your cart what do you think your top speed will be and do you know how long on a average the battery life will be in hours and a good amount of speed.

Reason for asking is I want to do something like that to mine but I use it for golfing and I want to make sure I will have enough battery life for at least two rounds of golf before having to charge my battery.

I definately want the tire spinning part and I want it on asphalt even.

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BBissitt I really don't know what this combo is going to do yet, I sent Robbie at PQ an email but have not heard back as of yet From all the reading I have done on the forum I think I am on the right track but I am new to all this and was hoping that some of the experienced guys would help me out with this before I start ordering the parts.
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Ok so i got an email back from Robbie at Plum Quick, He said the set up I want would give me great torque and speeds around 32 to 34 mph ! Thats just what I wanted to hear ! Well now the bad news they just got overwhelmed with orders on custom builds and are not taking any new orders on the custom motors for the next 2 months. Man thats just my luck !!! He said he was sorry he could not help, even suggested trying D&D .
So now I don't know what I am going to do about the motor ! I may end up just waiting and try to order one from him in the spring.
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Plum Quick has a reputation that can not be matched. They don't set the bar they make the bar wish it was higher. I have how ever found that a few of my customers had needs that PQ didn't meet in the customers time frame. I have in those cases run the D&D motors. I've been more then impressed with them as well. Product and customer service is outstanding. Every one we've installed hasn't made us feel like we are missing anything with the PQ motor. If you want it done sooner give D&D a try if you don't mind waiting for reputation and a company known to back their product then go with the PQ. Just my thoughts.
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