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Unread 02-25-2012, 10:34 AM   #1
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Has any body upgraded to the Plum Quick Bandit Motor on a 2007 President Club car, and if so how much more speed did you get and torque? I did E-mail Plum Quick motor's and they said i would get about 4-5 more mph with keeping the stock controller. I just would like to here from some one on here who has done this upgrade and see what they think about the upgrade.

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Unread 02-25-2012, 10:48 AM   #2
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How about a speedylink ? I upgraded and will be selling the one I have . Very easy to install , and only takes a few min. to do ! It took my cart to 20.6 MPH
I am not trying to take anything away from Plum Quick, They are great from everything I hear, Just A cheaper way to go if you only want a little more speed ! Ken
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Unread 02-25-2012, 10:55 AM   #3
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Thanks but i all ready have one installed, and i am running about 20-21 mph also. I am really looking at upgrading to the Plum Quick motor.

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Unread 02-25-2012, 11:07 AM   #4
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No problem, which PQ motor are you thing about ? I am thinking about the "The Executioner" But am also looking at a D&D motor, Just don't know what way I will go yet Ken
opps, looked back at your first post and seen the bandit !
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Thanks but i all ready have one installed, and i am running about 20-21 mph also. I am really looking at upgrading to the Plum Quick motor.

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just curious.... why you want to upgrade you already get 20-21mph.

are you looking for more torque or speed. If speed you will need better brakes.


i have a 2005 precident with a 500 amp controller (limited to 425 amps ) and i get speed and more torque....

note i have 4-12 volt batteries and when i cruse down the road at over 20mph.... the batt's get used up a lot faster....

I myself am unfomfortable with carts stopping power at over 20mph..so i seldom drive that fast.. i mainly use it for crusing around the campground where you are not allowed to speed. The increase torque helpsgoing up hills and when i have 4 passengers.
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Unread 02-25-2012, 12:35 PM   #6
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I am looking for both, i do need a little more torque when i have 4 big people onboard. But i just can't stop upgrading i guess that is the real deal. Plus i just want to stay one step ahead of my Buddy's that have Carts too.
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I am looking for both, i do need a little more torque when i have 4 big people onboard. But i just can't stop upgrading i guess that is the real deal. Plus i just want to stay one step ahead of my Buddy's that have Carts too.
Spoken like a true male..
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I am looking for both, i do need a little more torque when i have 4 big people onboard. But i just can't stop upgrading i guess that is the real deal. Plus i just want to stay one step ahead of my Buddy's that have Carts too.
Hell..then you need to upgrade to a FLUX CAPACITOR
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Hell..then you need to upgrade to a FLUX CAPACITOR
FLUX CAPACITOR.......forBruce, tell me where I can get one and I am in !
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I sell this little upgrade kit for $290,000.00
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