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Unread 10-11-2010, 11:16 PM   #1
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I am making a hunting buggy out of a 1994 txt. Stripped it to bare frame, and starting the rebuild. I have the 48 volt batteries, heavy duty FNR switch, Heavy duty solenoid, 2 gauge welding wires, and a programable 500 amp controller.
My question is who is running the same setup with the stock motor? just wanting to hear some results good or bad.
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Unread 10-11-2010, 11:18 PM   #2
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She is gonna ROCK
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been there and done that and it's gonna be a blast for you.......
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I am making a hunting buggy out of a 1994 txt. Stripped it to bare frame, and starting the rebuild. I have the 48 volt batteries, heavy duty FNR switch, Heavy duty solenoid, 2 gauge welding wires, and a programable 500 amp controller.
My question is who is running the same setup with the stock motor? just wanting to hear some results good or bad.
I have the same setup with stock motor on a 2004 txt. Like Scotty & rabbit said.......
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Program the throttle response down if you can. They tend to start up too hard for their own good I like the progressive throttle pattern on a 3 or 5 setting..3 if others will drive it.
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did this about 6 months ago and IT WILL make you smile! jim
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You guys don't burn up the stock motors with that kind of amperage?
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Cool, thanks for the responses Guys, i will try to post some pics soon of the progress.
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You guys don't burn up the stock motors with that kind of amperage?

The series motors take the 48 volts very well. Actually the higher voltage draws less amperage .....
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