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Unread 05-15-2019, 09:49 PM   #11
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well Dwells....I jumped in here a little late, but I too am running the 7126 Raptor HS motor.....and like you are at 48v, and a SERIES 48500 setup. AND i'm lifted, 23" tires, back seat.....and I have plenty of torque....and with the taller tires, I have a top speed of 30 mph and will do that all day long. with a single person on the cart....I have a 28 to 30 mile range.
That sounds great, I've been reading allot of the old threads where you and others are talking about that motor, sounds like the one that I want to get, just don't want to loose any torque, it is actually doing allot better with the 48v with the stock motor and the other upgrades that I have done from Scotty.
I will probable just go with the largest tires I can without a lift.

Thank you for your input.
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Unread 05-15-2019, 11:12 PM   #12
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Understood, I have the switch set on the SR48500 so that it is around factory speed when I have it off.

So you would go with the same setup as you have again if you had to do it over again?

Thanks
Only thing I'd change is six 8 volt batteries instead of eight 6s.

I put all my money into performance and nothing on pretty. When I go to sell it, most folks just want pretty, so I paid for fun, not necessarily resell.
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Unread 05-15-2019, 11:14 PM   #13
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That sounds great, I've been reading allot of the old threads where you and others are talking about that motor, sounds like the one that I want to get, just don't want to loose any torque, it is actually doing allot better with the 48v with the stock motor and the other upgrades that I have done from Scotty.
I will probable just go with the largest tires I can without a lift.

Thank you for your input.
If you go for larger tires on a stock motor, I'd suggest using a heat gun occasionally, or like I did, a spit wet finger. No sizzle, you're OK for now.
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Unread 05-15-2019, 11:46 PM   #14
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If you go for larger tires on a stock motor, I'd suggest using a heat gun occasionally, or like I did, a spit wet finger. No sizzle, you're OK for now.
Good to know, I'll remember that when I get a day off and get to drive it a little, i'll check.

BTW, the new 7126 is now on the way? don't tell anyone, I haven't spent a dime on looks either, haven't even washed it. Keep it a sleeper.

Thank you for your feedback and experience.
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