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Unread 02-25-2019, 07:14 PM   #1
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Default T145 or T605 for bad boy buggies

How much difference would I notice in power or run time, if I go with the 605 rather than t145?
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Unread 03-05-2019, 09:53 PM   #2
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Default Re: T145 or T605 for bad boy buggies

Youíre probably going well off-road with the BBB and the last thing that you want to worry about is how much juice you have left in the battery pack. I have a BBB 2012 Classic with 8 Trojan 145ís. I use a separate battery for the winch and some of the 12 volt load although I have a 48 to 12 volt reducer for some light lighting loads. I can run all weekend at the camps without having to worry about recharging and have never run low enough that Iíve worried about the return trip! If I were to replace the pack I would now consider a Lithium conversion for the much lighter weight and overall advantages of the pack. It depends on trails, hills , speed and rolling resistance but Iíve estimated 30 mile range. Not bad at all for 4wd 38 horsepower worth of motors. I donít know which BBB that you have but the Hybrids seem interesting although some had some trouble with them early but now seem to have ironed out those issues. I have a Tahoe Hybrid 4WD which has now about 255,000 miles on it so electric and off-road is in my blood. Get the best batteries that you can afford and save in other areas; you wonít regret it!
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Unread 03-07-2019, 08:48 PM   #3
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Default Re: T145 or T605 for bad boy buggies

Thanks Pilot. Iíve been considering those lithium ion packs, seems like would be worth the cost by far. My buggy is a 06 classic that Iím working on It has electrical issues , but Iíve got to get batteries so I can fully diagnose its problems. Hate to spend a whole lot only to find out that it would need all the expensive controllers replaced.
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Unread 03-08-2019, 09:32 AM   #4
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Default Re: T145 or T605 for bad boy buggies

8 145s will cost you at least $1600, and that's probably without tax. I just bought a set of lithium batteries for $1300. Charger was $300. You could easily do the same, and then if your batteries run everything fine, add a bms for about 150-200.

the lithiums will sell on here easily if you don't want them.
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