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Unread 05-30-2014, 10:31 PM   #41
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How many of each size battery can fit into club car under the seat without using bag well? Even with modifications of the battery tray/compartment. Thanks for all the good advice so far.
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Unread 05-30-2014, 10:49 PM   #42
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6 ~ 8v its what it was made for
not room for any more
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Unread 05-31-2014, 01:42 PM   #43
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Ok looking at the Trojan battery website under the golf cart battery tab there are two options. Flooded cell and agm batteries. The flooded cell looks more like a traditional golf cart battery with the ability to water the cells as needed. The agm looks like a car battery with top posts and that's it. However they are both labeled as golf cart batteries. Differences of each? Pros and cons? Also they mention capacity minutes at various amps. What amp draw would a 48v and 72v cart be drawing a full throttle? I know at initial pressing of the peddle there is the most amp draw which gives you the initial torque. But at cruising speeds what is a typical amp draw? Like always, thanks for the info. I'm learning alot.
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Unread 05-31-2014, 01:57 PM   #44
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8 six volts would have more torque. 6 eight volts fit tray with a little less torque. 4 twelve volts would be worst yet on torque.

The way I understand it is that AGM type batteries require a special charger, don't last as long and don't provide "better" run time. IMHO

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Unread 05-31-2014, 02:18 PM   #45
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It's it possible to explain that to me. Just trying to learn. How do the different voltages effect torque. I'm sure this has been answered. I'll keep looking. If anybody has a link that would be just as good.
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It is a simple effect in DC motors. Voltage = speed and Amps = Torque. A controller can effect torque so as you look at any SYSTEM it is only as good as it's weakest link. There are experts here that can explain, I only state what I have learned from experience (mostly guided by the experts on this forum).

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Unread 05-31-2014, 02:45 PM   #47
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good reading on batteries

http://www.cartsunlimited.net/How_Batteries_Work.html

about upgrades
http://www.cartsunlimited.net/Custom_Options.html
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Yea the only things I know about all of this stuff is what somebody else here told me. That's basicly how I understood things. Volts is speed, amps are torque. My question is how come 12v batteries aren't able to produce the torque. And how noticiable are the differences between 12v, 8v and 6v in the amount of torque noticeably produced.
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Yea the only things I know about all of this stuff is what somebody else here told me. That's basicly how I understood things. Volts is speed, amps are torque. My question is how come 12v batteries aren't able to produce the torque. And how noticiable are the differences between 12v, 8v and 6v in the amount of torque noticeably produced.
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Yep that's me
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