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Unread 05-19-2012, 09:08 PM   #1
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Default How to get more speed from a 2002 resistor series cart

Does anyone know how to get more speed from a 36 volt 2002 resistor series cart??? It is lifted 6 inches with 22/11/12 rims and tires.
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Unread 05-20-2012, 11:55 AM   #2
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2002 resistor cart??? are you sure??? that should be a controller cart but anyways if it is a resistor cart you,ll need to switch it to a controller cart...........your looking at spending 500 bucks or so............................
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2002 resistor cart??? are you sure??? that should be a controller cart but anyways if it is a resistor cart you,ll need to switch it to a controller cart...........your looking at spending 500 bucks or so............................
what is involved in switching it over to a controller cart
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Unread 05-20-2012, 01:14 PM   #4
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how much faster will it actually go
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how much faster will it actually go
that all depends on what you spend...........money=speed, you,ll need a controller, a potbox to replace v-glide a HD solenoid and F&R and 2 gage cables........and i would suggest taking your motor out and sending it to PQ and when your done you should be around 30 mph depending on what motor you have them do and the size of controller..............................
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CC made 36v resistor carts for the golf courses in 2002 and beyond... You should convert your cart to solid state speed control. (aka controller cart) After that is done you can use any of the many aftermarket motors available built for more torque or speed and some for a little of both. Talk to somebody with experience, not all motors play well with all makes of controllers and some motors need special controller maps or programming to play well together.
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thanks scotty. i don't want to go over board on the speed just 20mph will be fine for me. the cart does 12 or 13 now,will i get more when i put the new rims and tires on???
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thanks scotty. i don't want to go over board on the speed just 20mph will be fine for me. the cart does 12 or 13 now,will i get more when i put the new rims and tires on???
I just converted mine with ScottyB kit, but I also went to 48 volts and on my stock 36v motor I am seeing a consistant 18 mph
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Unread 05-21-2012, 12:21 AM   #9
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what is the cost for scottyb's kit??? how much and how hard is it to switch it over???
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what is the cost for scottyb's kit??? how much and how hard is it to switch it over???
send scotty a PM he,ll get ya what you need as far as cost that depends onthe setup.............i got mi stuff from him last year and converting was a breeze and his prices were right in line if not lower than most other places.....its his service after the sale thats priceless....................................
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