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Unread 08-18-2012, 08:35 AM   #11
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Do you want speed ot torque? I am guessing both. Do you have a stock controller?
PQ is the cheapest as far as I know but if you are willing to shell out some more cash there might be better options in my opinion. I prefer GE motors and have had good results with them. But usually a controller upgrade is required so total you could be around $1000.
I am not willing to spend a grand I am trying to keep the stock controller for awhile. I still have a rear box to make camo wrap, lights brush guards and hitch receivers
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Unread 08-18-2012, 08:37 AM   #12
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I am not willing to spend a grand I am trying to keep the stock controller for awhile. I still have a rear box to make camo wrap, lights brush guards and hitch receivers
Which pq motor? 48v or 36v?
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Which pq motor? 48v or 36v?
What's best? I am new to all this so o am just looking for some good info I am just working on a budget. That's why I am building a cart and didn't just buy a bad boy buggy or something u know.
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What's best? I am new to all this so o am just looking for some good info I am just working on a budget. That's why I am building a cart and didn't just buy a bad boy buggy or something u know.

Wondering if your cart is a 36v or 48v? Since you will be using this cart for hunting I would go for a motor that offers greater torque then speed.
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Wondering if your cart is a 36v or 48v? Since you will be using this cart for hunting I would go for a motor that offers greater torque then speed.
The cart is a 48 volt and I want torque over speed but little more speed would also be nice lol but most torque.
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The cart is a 48 volt and I want torque over speed but little more speed would also be nice lol but most torque.
I would give PQ a call and talk to them and tell them your objective. There is also D&D motors.

http://www.ddmotorsystems.com/
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Lol funny thing is I have called both company's and left messages with people that say they will have someone call me back but they never do. I guess its hard to find good customer service
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Lol funny thing is I have called both company's and left messages with people that say they will have someone call me back but they never do. I guess its hard to find good customer service
Stay on them. They're extremely busy. This is a multi-million dollar industry we're dealing with. Every employee they have at both of these companies stays very busy all hours of the day. They'll help you out as soon as they get a chance.
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Stay on them. They're extremely busy. This is a multi-million dollar industry we're dealing with. Every employee they have at both of these companies stays very busy all hours of the day. They'll help you out as soon as they get a chance.
I will keep calling them when I can I am in no rush so its no big deal for now
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Lol funny thing is I have called both company's and left messages with people that say they will have someone call me back but they never do. I guess its hard to find good customer service
When I called them they picked right up, transfered me to the right person. Would sugget mid afternoon, or mid morning if possible.
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