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Unread 09-03-2013, 07:46 PM   #1
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Default Anyone Have a PlumQuick Bandit Installed with 20" Tires

Installed a PlumQuick Bandit this afternoon in a 2009 CCP , Cart has a 3 Inch AllSports A - Arm Lift , 20" Sahara Classics , 10 Inch Aluminum Wheels , 6-8 Volt Batteries 2011 Power Drive , Rear seat , Tested with GPS , Two Passengers on a Flat straightaway , Fully Charged Pack ------ Results 21 MPH
Scotty B Volt meter shows a drop of 42 Volts under Load , this seems low

Anyone have this set-up or something close to compare performance ?

Thanks
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Unread 09-03-2013, 09:42 PM   #2
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Default Anyone Have a PlumQuick Bandit Installed with 20" Tires

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Installed a PlumQuick Bandit this afternoon in a 2009 CCP , Cart has a 3 Inch AllSports A - Arm Lift , 20" Sahara Classics , 10 Inch Aluminum Wheels , 6-8 Volt Batteries 2011 Power Drive , Rear seat , Tested with GPS , Two Passengers on a Flat straightaway , Fully Charged Pack ------ Results 21 MPH
Scotty B Volt meter shows a drop of 42 Volts under Load , this seems low

Anyone have this set-up or something close to compare performance ?

Thanks

I have a 36v ezgo PQ Bandit with 20"(total height) street tires and I run 21mph on flat. Granted, it takes a long stretch to get there but it does. After a full charge the Scotty meter reads somewhere like 38.3v and drops to around 35v on full load.
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Unread 09-03-2013, 09:57 PM   #3
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I have a 36v ezgo PQ Bandit with 20"(total height) street tires and I run 21mph on flat. Granted, it takes a long stretch to get there but it does. After a full charge the Scotty meter reads somewhere like 38.3v and drops to around 35v on full load.
Thanks for the reply and info , it looks like I'm getting to much of a
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Unread 09-03-2013, 10:22 PM   #4
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Installed a PlumQuick Bandit this afternoon in a 2009 CCP , Cart has a 3 Inch AllSports A - Arm Lift , 20" Sahara Classics , 10 Inch Aluminum Wheels , 6-8 Volt Batteries 2011 Power Drive , Rear seat , Tested with GPS , Two Passengers on a Flat straightaway , Fully Charged Pack ------ Results 21 MPH
Scotty B Volt meter shows a drop of 42 Volts under Load , this seems low

Anyone have this set-up or something close to compare performance ?

Thanks
I am running 700 amp fsip controller 8 6 volt batts PQ motor and 26" tires and mine drops down that low also, I load tested my batterys and all tested good didnt know where to go from there so I just been living with it
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Unread 09-04-2013, 09:25 AM   #5
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Installed a PlumQuick Bandit this afternoon in a 2009 CCP , Cart has a 3 Inch AllSports A - Arm Lift , 20" Sahara Classics , 10 Inch Aluminum Wheels , 6-8 Volt Batteries 2011 Power Drive , Rear seat , Tested with GPS , Two Passengers on a Flat straightaway , Fully Charged Pack ------ Results 21 MPH
Scotty B Volt meter shows a drop of 42 Volts under Load , this seems low

Anyone have this set-up or something close to compare performance ?

Thanks
I have nearly this same setup. I drop to about 46 volts on a straight away when the accelerator is fully depressed. i get between 25 and 28 mph depending on whether the wind is with or against. These are GPS numbers with 2 passengers and fully charged T-875's. How old are your batteries? I did not see numbers like this until mine were broken in.
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Unread 09-04-2013, 09:40 AM   #6
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I have nearly this same setup. I drop to about 46 volts on a straight away when the accelerator is fully depressed. i get between 25 and 28 mph depending on whether the wind is with or against. These are GPS numbers with 2 passengers and fully charged T-875's. How old are your batteries? I did not see numbers like this until mine were broken in.
Thanks for the comparison and feedback my current Batteries are 2011 Power Drive from Club Car , I notice your running 2 gauge cables maybe the difference is there . Better Flow
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Thanks for the comparison and feedback my current Batteries are 2011 Power Drive from Club Car , I notice your running 2 gauge cables maybe the difference is there . Better Flow
I am sure that helps some, but I do remember when I changed them I really didn't notice any difference and was a little disappointed. But, like I said, once the batteries were broke in, all kinds of good stuff started happening.
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