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Unread 10-22-2013, 09:41 AM   #31
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Anon155, are do you have a lift and bigger tires, or are you at stock tire size and height?
I'm on stock wheels and tires with no lift. Still waiting on my new lift to get here lol. I wanted to take a baseline before the lift to see what the programmer would do all stock compared to lifted.
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Unread 10-22-2013, 12:39 PM   #32
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Default Re: What is Speed Code 5?

according to the speed calculator with 23" tires you should be doing 25-27mph.
hope you post your results that would be amazing with stock components.
Is there a program for PQ motors wonder how fast they would go.
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Unread 10-22-2013, 05:13 PM   #33
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according to the speed calculator with 23" tires you should be doing 25-27mph.
hope you post your results that would be amazing with stock components.
Is there a program for PQ motors wonder how fast they would go.
Thats what I'm hoping for! Just worried how much more juice will be used to push the heavier wheels and tires. Drain time is my biggest concern as of right now.

I will post my results as soon as I get the lift installed. Which should be this week or next. I don't think he has the speed 5 for the PQ motors. You could email him to find out though. He responded pretty fast to my emails. I know he's working on the excel carts programming, he might be able to do the PQ's if he had a donor cart to work with.
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Unread 10-23-2013, 08:51 AM   #34
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Default Re: What is Speed Code 5?

I got one right before the price went up and like it. It really helps cover a little more ground without just feeling like it is taking forever. My '02 IQ does about 19-20 at a steady speed, using all stock size tires.

I tried the torque and had grunt at the bottom end, but the speed was the same as stock. The top speed is what I left it on and enjoy every day. Next step is rebuild the tires suspension and then look for a higher top speed. Don't really care to lift, but you have to to run bigger tires. Maybe a PQ is in my future, but for now the speed code 5 serves me well.
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Unread 10-23-2013, 09:31 AM   #35
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I got one right before the price went up and like it. It really helps cover a little more ground without just feeling like it is taking forever. My '02 IQ does about 19-20 at a steady speed, using all stock size tires.

I tried the torque and had grunt at the bottom end, but the speed was the same as stock. The top speed is what I left it on and enjoy every day. Next step is rebuild the tires suspension and then look for a higher top speed. Don't really care to lift, but you have to to run bigger tires. Maybe a PQ is in my future, but for now the speed code 5 serves me well.
Just curious, if you tried the torque setting with this apparatus and replaced the magnets for more speed, would you not have more speed with torque?
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Unread 11-11-2013, 06:28 PM   #36
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Well guys, I have some updates!!! And some bad news unfortunately After I got my lift installed and tried out the cart, my max speed was exactly the same @ 22mph on flat ground. I believe it didn't increase the speed anymore due to me adding the lift, rear seat, and 14" wheels with 23" tires. I think the additional weight was just too much for the stock motor/controller to add any speed increase. But for those of you looking at the difference in range of the cart. Even using max speed I have only lost 4-5 miles of range compared to stock. I did use the torque mode as well, and it indeed gives a bit more torque on the low end while keeping with the stock speed on the high end. This setting helps on those days I need to pull a trailer or go up and down the hill at our lake. I am happy with the end result, even though it didn't increase the speed past 22. It is still faster than the speed code 4 or the magnets. But for the money, I think next time I will just upgrade my controller and motor.

And just for kicks, here's a pic of my finished precedent!!
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Unread 11-11-2013, 07:36 PM   #37
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Your Precedent is BA, Anon!!!
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Unread 11-11-2013, 08:42 PM   #38
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I have almost the same exact setup only differences 22 inch tires. I'm running 26mph so you have something different, what motor are you running mine is the black AMD. did you try calling him? that's not real good, there must be a reason.
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I have almost the same exact setup only differences 22 inch tires. I'm running 26mph so you have something different, what motor are you running mine is the black AMD. did you try calling him? that's not real good, there must be a reason.
Interesting......I have the black AMD motor as well. I checked everything out with him to make sure I was getting the right one before I ordered. Something seemed a miss to me too when the speed didn't increase at all with the addition of lift and bigger tires. I haven't emailed him yet, but maybe I should. Only thing I can think of is maybe the batteries aren't as strong as they should be. But I have checked everything over a million times with a volt meter, and everything looks good.
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Unread 04-11-2015, 08:21 PM   #40
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Just received my programmer today; I have an '06 Precedent IQ with black motor. Stock size tires, 2yr old USBattery (4) 12v batteries. Was running 13 mph on gps on flat ground. I assume it's programmed Speed code 2. After plugging in the programmer and waiting about a minute, it was done. Now I'm running about 20-22 mph flat and with a downhill speed of 31 mph before the limit is reached. Regen is still active, so when you let off the petal it will slow the cart down. Drift alert is still enabled also. I have the fastest car in our neighborhood now. The torque is the same as before, still climbs steep hills the same. Highly recommend for the $$$. Now I need to upgrade my brakes!
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