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Unread 03-12-2014, 08:41 PM   #21
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Great results, time to make the hour drive to fort mill. Thanks
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Unread 03-12-2014, 09:38 PM   #22
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Couldn't agree more. A watering system acts as a fuse from battery to battery in the event of a battery explosion...
could you elaborate alittle bit on this...I just lifted my 2007 cc precedent, all camo with a 400 amp controller...but I can hear the batteries hissing sorta...?????
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I took the cart back down to the coast this weekend. Saturday it was a little cool but we rode around about 4 miles. With 3 people, the dog and the windshield up it would do around 22 or 23 on flat ground. I was very pleased. The torque is much improved. The one thing I forgot to check was the tire pressure. They looked fine but haven't been checked in several months. One more thing, the battery charge held up well. I did not notice any additional voltage reduction with the new motor. That is strictly from memory. I did not chart any readings. I have the speed I want without breaking the bank. I am very happy with the bandit upgrade.
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How much of a speed and power increase did the plum quick have?


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Unread 03-26-2014, 04:34 PM   #25
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The cart would do 15 on flat ground with the windshield down and just me in it. It now does about 25 under the same conditions. It is a 2010 Precedent Excel set on speed code 3.
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Exel? Did you upgrade the motor or just get a speed code?


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Exel? Did you upgrade the motor or just get a speed code?


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Read post #13 on this thread and also read this entire thread. Here is the link:

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Unread 04-10-2014, 09:13 AM   #28
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I'm switching over all to 2 gauge at this time, did you switch your cables from the controller to motor to 2 gauge also?

I swapped the battery to 2g a few months back but I'm now completing the rest since my cart is apart for a system upgrade.

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I'm switching over all to 2 gauge at this time, did you switch your cables from the controller to motor to 2 gauge also?

I swapped the battery to 2g a few months back but I'm now completing the rest since my cart is apart for a system upgrade.

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No I did not change the cables from the controller to the motor. I plan on changing them later. I got behind on time so I decided to wait.
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Unread 04-11-2014, 02:19 PM   #30
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Do you have the stock controller, or did you upgrade?
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