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Unread 08-28-2013, 09:56 AM   #11
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Default Re: 48V 6:1 gears w/36V motor

First time Ive been on here in a long time, but Id say ya on the gear change as well. I ran Terrys 8:1 set out of his cart and they were a great boost in speed along with a Plum Quick motor, 2 gauge wires, 600A Altrax, and converted to 48v. Mine as well would run about 38-39 mph on flat ground and an easy 40+ on any kind of a downhill. I seen a max of 52mph in mine on a 5 miles trip to a buddys house, thiers a nice long down hill desent on the way, boy that felt fast on that sucker!

I didn't really notice any torque loss with 8:1 so na I wouldn't be scared to try the 6:1 at all, if I were you.

Terry, your sig shows a drag cart, lol. I have to dig up and read about that, LOL.

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Unread 08-28-2013, 10:12 AM   #12
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First time Ive been on here in a long time, but Id say ya on the gear change as well. I ran Terrys 8:1 set out of his cart and they were a great boost in speed along with a Plum Quick motor, 2 gauge wires, 600A Altrax, and converted to 48v. Mine as well would run about 38-39 mph on flat ground and an easy 40+ on any kind of a downhill. I seen a max of 52mph in mine on a 5 miles trip to a buddys house, thiers a nice long down hill desent on the way, boy that felt fast on that sucker!

I didn't really notice any torque loss with 8:1 so na I wouldn't be scared to try the 6:1 at all, if I were you.

Terry, your sig shows a drag cart, lol. I have to dig up and read about that, LOL.

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Yeah, things got a lttle out of hand around here with how fast I think I need to go.

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Unread 08-28-2013, 10:21 AM   #13
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So what controller are you proposing to run with this setup? I think a stock controller will be toast before long and will likely not put out enough amps to give you the torque you are wanting. amps = torque voltage = rpm
Probably go stock controller til it blew, then save up for an alltrax. I wouldn't really care about low end all that much, this would be more of a "go fast machine."
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