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Unread 01-27-2012, 06:00 PM   #1
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i have a 2005 club car iq 48 volt any body know if i can put a 36 colt club car motor in it to improve performance
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Unread 01-27-2012, 06:33 PM   #2
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you should be able to as long as it bolts on right, your not gonna be able to use a old 36 volt with different splines............................
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what do i do with the wires that go to the speed sensor
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Unread 01-27-2012, 07:51 PM   #4
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good question and i can,t answer that so maybe somwone who have went that route can jump in...........or maybe i,m wrong and you can,t but i seem to remember reading a few threads that they swapped motors....................
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what do i do with the wires that go to the speed sensor
unless the new motor has a built in speed sensor (hall effect senser) the club car factory controller will go into default and only allow 8MPG. with the speed sensor dis-connected

you would need to change controllers to one that doesn't utilize a speed sensor

like an alltrex..i myself have a 2005 precedent with an alltrex 500amp controller and stock motor...this setup gives a lot more speed and torque.

i would advise a new controller and thicker wires first ..then see if a new motor is needed

scottyb ..can help you on the wires
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i have a 2005 club car iq 48 volt any body know if i can put a 36 colt club car motor in it to improve performance
Definitely not. The IQ car is equipped with a shunt wound motor. The 36 volt motors were all series wound motors. It won't work at all. You'd need a series 48 volt car for this to work.
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Definitely not. The IQ car is equipped with a shunt wound motor. The 36 volt motors were all series wound motors. It won't work at all. You'd need a series 48 volt car for this to work.
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