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Unread 05-06-2019, 10:17 AM   #331
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That Latch 'n Load is nice. I have the Ford factory ramps that slide in on the factory "bead" that is integral to the truck tailgate. (See pic below). I also fab'ed up a ramp stop to keep the ramp from moving side to side.

Your setup is sweet. Since I can't afford the truck that comes attached, I went with this. Definitely like not having to mess with strapping the ramps to the truck for loading and unloading!
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Unread 05-07-2019, 09:00 AM   #332
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Default Re: 92 CC DS gas, convert to lithium electric rebuild thread

While I wait for reply to my email, and do adulting things...

I'm trying to find information on my motor, so I can dial in the settings in my Alltrax. Can't seem to find the appropriate specs. Here is the only information on the distributers website:

Description:

Speeds up to 20 MPH.
12.3 peak horsepower.
Includes speed sensor.
Replaces D1162, D388.
Requires upgraded controller.
http://www.golfcart.com/pc_product_d...96FC8F0ED69AB3

However, the plate on my motor says this:
IMG_1883.jpg
That's the best picture I can get for now. Don't feel like taking half the cart apart to get a better picture, if I don't absolutely have to.

I can't seem to find anything that matches. Anyone have information on this? I'm looking for maximum RPM, Amps, etc... for safe operation of the motor.
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Unread 05-07-2019, 09:23 AM   #333
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Default Re: 92 CC DS gas, convert to lithium electric rebuild thread

I thought anything over 6000 rpm voided the warranty, if that even matters. What would 6k put you at speed wise with 23” tires? The guy in a thread you posted in last year had his admiral crap the bed at 7000 rpm.
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Unread 05-07-2019, 09:36 AM   #334
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I thought anything over 6000 rpm voided the warranty, if that even matters. What would 6k put you at speed wise with 23” tires? The guy in a thread you posted in last year had his admiral crap the bed at 7000 rpm.
According to the speed calculator on here, at 6k RPMs, speed would be 34.? MPH. Seems faster than I was expecting... However, the speed calculator says at 4k RPMs speed would be 22.8 MPH, which my phone app said I hit 23 MPH. So maybe that would be the case...

That's why I'm questioning the information. Their website does not match up with what I'm seeing for speed (they say up to 20 MPH), or the HP...

Any chance you remember the thread from last year you are referencing?
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Max rpm’s admiral motor?
I think I’d keep it around 6k if your gonna hit 34 mph, I wouldn’t want my old clunker to go that fast!
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Unread 05-07-2019, 11:25 AM   #336
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Max rpm’s admiral motor?
I think I’d keep it around 6k if your gonna hit 34 mph, I wouldn’t want my old clunker to go that fast!
Thanks. He had a different admiral motor. I read the post of the warranty. Seems a very generic "to cover all motors" piece of legal mumbo jumbo.

Yeah, 34 MPH on a lifted golf cart... little sketchy... Mainly just want to be able to see what it can do. As well as make full use of it's power for high torque situations.
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I have some decent bump steer due to the PO of my cart not fixing the steering after substantial lift. I was day dreaming earlier after your post of blasting along at 35mph and hitting a bump, shooting the wife right out the side. Me and the people in my head laughed and laughed..
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Unread 05-07-2019, 11:45 AM   #338
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I have some decent bump steer due to the PO of my cart not fixing the steering after substantial lift. I was day dreaming earlier after your post of blasting along at 35mph and hitting a bump, shooting the wife right out the side. Me and the people in my head laughed and laughed..
HA HA HA! You sound like my kind of people!

You see jkerle's setup?!?! According to the calculator, if he has stock gears of 12.? : 1, with his 27" tires... He's able to do 40MPH!!!!
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Unread 05-07-2019, 11:59 AM   #339
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I took a tape measure to my tires and the actuall height is 26ish inches hence the 39.8mph. The cart rides and handles extreamly well. I'm running a Jake's longtravel with a good bit of toe in and 3inch spacers in the rear. I also have truck tires not atv treads I'm sure that helps with the handling.

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Unread 05-07-2019, 03:40 PM   #340
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Well here is the useless reply Redhawk gave me on the motor.

Brad,

Below are the specs on this motor. However, what we have posted on the website is what we recommend. Anything beyond that we cannot guarantee its functionality.

MOTOR NUMBER
MOT-A4
OPERATING VOLTAGE
48V/DC
LOAD TORQUE
12.4±0.2(N*m)
LOAD ROTATING SPEED
3200±8%(RPM)
LOAD CURRENT
≤110.0(A)


I guess I'll see if Alltrax support has better information...
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