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Unread 06-27-2010, 07:00 AM   #1
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Default Bombardier suitable controllers

Looking to replace controller in my '98 Bombardier Sport NEV. There is a parts house that bought all of Bombardier parts inventory when they closed. I could buy another car for what they want for a controller.
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Unread 06-27-2010, 08:28 AM   #2
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Can you post the specs of what is in it? 72v?
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Unread 06-27-2010, 11:11 AM   #3
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weren't they all 72 volt? I would imagine an AllTrax controller could be configured for use in one.....
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The Bombardier NEV was only produced from 1997 to 1999 and used a 72v shunt wound motor with a 300 amp controller.
Any controller that can accommodate 72v with a minimum of 300 amps will work.
Curtis makes a model 1244-64 controller that is good to 80v with a 400 amp rating.
Alltrax doesn't list one but I'm sure they make them and Logisystems probably make one as well.

The batteries are a b*tch to change and they only have front brakes.
Misc parts are scarce but some may be located here: http://www.peacockltd.com/miscpage_002.asp

They're a cool looking little cart and still a couple of them running around in my neighborhood.
They looked like this:

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The batteries are a b*tch to change
lmao, that is the understatement of the year........
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Unread 06-28-2010, 11:31 AM   #6
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Hey Doug:

Thanks a bunch! johnsonenterprises1@comcast.net
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Unread 06-28-2010, 11:36 AM   #7
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I like those little bombardiers. I found just the BODY from one locally for $80, and I'm thinking about buying it just to build something custom under it (since I doubt it will fit any of my EZ-Go or Club Car frames).
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I like those little bombardiers. I found just the BODY from one locally for $80, and I'm thinking about buying it just to build something custom under it (since I doubt it will fit any of my EZ-Go or Club Car frames).
I would bet with some tubing, a welder and some head scratching, a guy could fab up something to hang the body on an EZGO or CC chassis.
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Unread 06-28-2010, 01:04 PM   #9
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dougmcp, I am betting anything is possible. If I do acquire the body, I'd probably just build a custom tube chassis under it though, with A-arm front (and maybe rear) suspension, and throw a big engine in it. However, I've had ALL my cart projects on hold for quite a long time now. Lack of time and low funds keep me from enjoying things that I once did. I'm hoping I can get a couple things accomplished soon though. Wife has a whole week off starting Thursday, so I am hoping she can watch the kids while I find time to PLAY. I still have to get my limo cart with the quad front end and engine all assembled and prep it for paint.

I acquired a new "toy" a couple weeks ago as a trade for something else I had, and I'm going to focus some of my time on it first though. It's a racing TaG go-kart that I'd like to put on the track soon.
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