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Unread 11-23-2018, 04:49 PM   #1
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Default Ez go DCS Limo

I have 1998 Ez go DCS limo cart. Its not lifted and it has factory size tire no upgrades at all. Found a new Alltrax spm 300 amp controller at a good deal. Thinking about upgrading what all would I have to change over to upgrade and would it be worth it. Would it upgrade my performance at all speed/ torque.?

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Unread 11-23-2018, 05:13 PM   #2
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Default Re: Ez go DCS Limo

To use the SPM (series controller), you'd have to replace the sepex motor and control wiring harness, plus add a F/R switch assembly and mechanical linkage or install a reversing contactor. Speed would be about the same (12MPH or so), but you might gain a little low end torque.

For more speed, you'd have to go to a higher voltage battery pack (more speed and more torque) or taller tires (more speed and less torque).

Personally, I'd sell the SPM and buy a XCT controller. That would give you a bit more speed at 36V with about the same torque, maybe more. Of course, with a 42V or 48V battery pack you'd gain more speed and torque.
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So basically if I had a regular series cart it would work without changing anything

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Yes, more or less.

You'd probably want to change the solenoid (stock is only 85A) and the high current cables (they are 6Ga and you ought to have 4Ga or thicker).
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