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Unread 11-27-2013, 07:33 PM   #1
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Default I need an 1999 electric club car motor????

Anybody have an old 1999 club car electric motor? Im not lookin to break the bank. Thanks.
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Unread 11-27-2013, 08:53 PM   #2
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Default Re: I need an 1999 electric club car motor????

I don't have one, but to clarify for those who do:

36 or 48 volt?

Also, you might want to put a WTB out in the sale section, lost of traffic there of folks with parts to sell or trade.
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48 volt
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Series or Regen?
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Default Re: I need an 1999 electric club car motor????

I have a 36 volt series reman by plumb quick. It does real well on 48 volt. I also have a OEM Curtis controller turned up to 400 amp, it's still in box
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I have a 36 volt series reman by plumb quick. It does real well on 48 volt. I also have a OEM Curtis controller turned up to 400 amp, it's still in box
Whats the difference between series and regen?? What do you want for the reman plumb quick? And controller?
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Whats the difference between series and regen?? What do you want for the reman plumb quick? And controller?
. . . go here, follow diagram/flow chart and tell us if you have series or sepex . . .

Series or Sepex
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It's a 36 V motor sent to plum quick for rebuild. Running a 36 volt motor on 48 volts gives you alittle extra speed and power. The controller is a stock club car controller ( Curtis), I sent it back to factory for a rebuild( there was nothing wrong with it) they added more MOSFET's to make it 400 amp vs 225 amp. The controller is still in box. The motor may have a hour on at most.
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It is a series motor I am looking for
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It's a 36 V motor sent to plum quick for rebuild. Running a 36 volt motor on 48 volts gives you alittle extra speed and power. The controller is a stock club car controller ( Curtis), I sent it back to factory for a rebuild( there was nothing wrong with it) they added more MOSFET's to make it 400 amp vs 225 amp. The controller is still in box. The motor may have a hour on at most.
Will that motor fit in my cart? What are you lookin to get for each?
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