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Unread 05-24-2012, 01:14 AM   #61
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I have all mine working off the pedal so when you nail it it activates the bypass which in turn makes the motor run as fast as the battery pack can let it. There is only a ON/Off situation when you hit the bypass. U best be ready to go and have some distance before you need to stop.
Well in the 72 volt cart anyway. 48 maybe a little differant.
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Unread 05-24-2012, 02:27 AM   #62
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U LITERALLY put every drop of voltage and amps the batteries have straight to the motor when you hit the switch. This can cause some serouis problems if the solenoid welds closed. U need to think about this before moving forward with it.
It can be done with safety factors installed though and you will have a blast on it if used correctely.
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TDAWG, I was thinking a tethered kill switch similar to a jet ski. You have any good safety switch ideas for me?
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Unread 05-24-2012, 06:08 PM   #64
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Andy, the more you tell me, the more I love this idea. So your telling me this bypass can be activated once I smash the go pedal as long as my "boost" button is on, correct?
Would you happen to have any kind of schematic of this set up?
You also said you spoke to Robbie @ PQ. Did he have any kind of warnings pertaining to his motors and this bypass set up?
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Unread 05-24-2012, 07:57 PM   #65
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Robby is the one who first told me of this idea for the dragster. Yes you can do it as long as it is set.
The dragster has the micro on the gas pedal an on/off switch and I have 2 main disconnects in the battery pack. One is a push shut off the other a manual pull a part.

The wiring is simple. Small terminals actvation wiring from battery to switch to small terminals. 2 welding cables hooked to the 2 big solenoid terminals to M- and B- of the controller.



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