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Unread 11-06-2013, 10:15 AM   #1
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Default PQ Bandit motor Questions

I have a 2005 Precedent PQ05...... vin number.
It has a 6 inch lift with 22 inch tires.
speed code 3 was hitting 19.5 mph.
Installed speed magnet and I get about 21 mph on flat ground.

Will the PQ Bandit motor be much better for the $225?

are their any other motors that will work with the stock wires, controller?

I would like to see 25mph with more torque.

any other ways to get more torque without spending a ton of $$$$?

would it be better to just get a new controller?

or wires? or ??? I just don't want to spend a ton and not get much better than I have.

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Unread 11-06-2013, 10:25 AM   #2
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Default Re: PQ Bandit motor Questions

I think the Bandit says you will get 25 mph on a stock cart with no regen braking, so you should easily reach 25 I would think...
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Unread 11-06-2013, 10:50 AM   #3
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Default Re: PQ Bandit motor Questions

I did a Bandit rebuild of my stock AMD 7/11 HP 36/48 volt series motor on my Western Elegante (EZGO Platform) 42 volt system (7-6v T-105s) a few years back with then stock 400 amp controller, stock solenoid, stock 6 gauge wire, stock 18 inch tires and did 24 mph (per Speedhut GPS Speedometer). With your tires and lighter frame I would expect no problems reaching 25 mph. The Bandit upgrade is still purring along with now new SD Solenoid, rebuilt higher amp controller and 2 gauge wire. Next step is 48 volt system (6-8v) when my T-105s need to be replaced.
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Unread 11-07-2013, 09:09 AM   #4
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Default Re: PQ Bandit motor Questions

Thanks for the input.

anyone have the bandit in a stock club car precedent?
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Thanks for the input.

anyone have the bandit in a stock club car precedent?
The bandit puts you around 25 mph with no regen braking installed straight into a stock setup with code 4...

http://www.plumquick.com/motors-and-...es/the-bandit/
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Thanks for the input.

anyone have the bandit in a stock club car precedent?
My electronics are stock with the exception of 2ga cables. I ran the PQ Bandit when is was all stock as well
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There are 'other motors', but none that will do as much for the money that a Plum Quick Bandit upgrade can do. I would guess that you won't find a new replacement motor for less than $ 550 and it won't be close to a Bandit re-build's performance for torque and speed. Call Plumquick and run a few of your concerns by them. They have a top notch team there. You can, of course, also e-mail them.
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