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mymonstertruck 04-03-2014 09:07 AM

Re: PQ Bandit .vs. D&D 81-14 .vs. ?? electric motor
 
I would recommend PQ motor, F&R switch and upgrade the cables at the same time. The cables will help with the temp and torque. After that save up for a controller.

InVision 04-03-2014 09:14 AM

Re: PQ Bandit .vs. D&D 81-14 .vs. ?? electric motor
 
I really like the PQ folks, all seem helpful and nice. I got a email from them and they suggested - "You need the Rattlesnake II $700.00, new motor no core exchange needed, 700 amp controller $575.00, HD solenoid $160.00, HD F&R switch $160.00, 4ga. wire set $240.00………with this set up you’ll be around 30 mph with good torque."


Also D&D (Vic) said that with the 81-41 motor and a 500 amp Altrax (sp?)controller I would be in the high 20's. It was $525 for that motor.

sunoco 04-03-2014 09:30 AM

Re: PQ Bandit .vs. D&D 81-14 .vs. ?? electric motor
 
Get the motor from your motor place of choice.

Get the cables, controller, solenoid and F/R from www.cartsunlimited.net

InVision 04-03-2014 09:37 AM

Re: PQ Bandit .vs. D&D 81-14 .vs. ?? electric motor
 
I did get my cables from Scotty. Haven't really got a plan together yet.

M

89GatorClub 04-03-2014 10:11 AM

Re: PQ Bandit .vs. D&D 81-14 .vs. ?? electric motor
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by InVision (Post 1009001)
I really like the PQ folks, all seem helpful and nice. I got a email from them and they suggested - "You need the Rattlesnake II $700.00, new motor no core exchange needed, 700 amp controller $575.00, HD solenoid $160.00, HD F&R switch $160.00, 4ga. wire set $240.00………with this set up you’ll be around 30 mph with good torque."


Also D&D (Vic) said that with the 81-41 motor and a 500 amp Altrax (sp?)controller I would be in the high 20's. It was $525 for that motor.

Its ok, I am getting mixed and confused email. They want me to send in my 36v motor and upgrade it.. I have already upgraded everything to 48volts and was asking the same question as you are... Looking to get about 25 MPH without losing a lot of torque on the bottom end.

InVision 04-03-2014 10:29 AM

Re: PQ Bandit .vs. D&D 81-14 .vs. ?? electric motor
 
I am now thinking of one of Scotty's Speed Controller packages, but now I am really confused on which motor to buy.

M

joesam 04-03-2014 11:49 AM

Re: PQ Bandit .vs. D&D 81-14 .vs. ?? electric motor
 
Invision - sent you a PM yesterday - just a FYI thing. Not sure if you saw it.

scooterman 04-03-2014 01:00 PM

Re: PQ Bandit .vs. D&D 81-14 .vs. ?? electric motor
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by InVision (Post 1009071)
I am now thinking of one of Scotty's Speed Controller packages, but now I am really confused on which motor to buy.

M

Motors are the difficult choice, it can be a big thing, so research thoroughly. JMO.

InVision 04-03-2014 01:02 PM

Re: PQ Bandit .vs. D&D 81-14 .vs. ?? electric motor
 
yep trying to research it. Found D&D and PQ. Got a line on a blue thunder but can't find any data.

M

89GatorClub 04-03-2014 01:18 PM

Re: PQ Bandit .vs. D&D 81-14 .vs. ?? electric motor
 
I would like to see what you find out. Now that my gasser is rebuilt I want to up the motor on sparkie


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