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Unread 06-02-2019, 03:37 PM   #21
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Great information guys. Thanks for your input. Based off this info, i am going to downsize the battery pack. Will post when I get in. Batteries are coming from China so a hurry up and wait situation. By the way, I think the new Tariff on China goods starts this coming week. Not sure how that will effect things but can’t be good.
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Unread 06-02-2019, 09:05 PM   #22
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I wonder how much more energy your Stealth 4 x 4 uses compared to a regular rear wheel drive cart?

What sort of run time / mileage were you getting out of your lead acid batteries?

Perhaps a better way of sizing your pack requirements for your specific cart would be to compare to the "usable energy" of your present lead acid pack and factor the lithium pack according to your requirements.
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Unread 06-04-2019, 05:28 PM   #23
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Good idea! That comes to 160 amp if I calculated it correctly. Scary when a CPA does engineering math.



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Good idea! That comes to 160 amp if I calculated it correctly. Scary when a CPA does engineering math.
Oh NOOOO!! Your one too??!!! Now the whole forum will go nowhere but downhill!!!
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I wonder how much more energy your Stealth 4 x 4 uses compared to a regular rear wheel drive cart?

What sort of run time / mileage were you getting out of your lead acid batteries?

Perhaps a better way of sizing your pack requirements for your specific cart would be to compare to the "usable energy" of your present lead acid pack and factor the lithium pack according to your requirements.
There's a thread from years past where a member put a 14 module Leaf pack in a 4 wheel drive/ 2 motor/ 2 controller cart and was getting pretty good distances with it. I'll link the thread if I can find it.

EDIT: Here's the link: 48 volt twin motor twin 500 amp controllers on lithium power

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