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Old 07-18-2019, 03:44 PM   #1
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Default FSIP motor fitment

The yellow FSIP speed and torque motors fit the 48v Yamaha carts like G19-22 and G29 Drive. The Speed motor is 9 5/8 inch long and fits all models G19 - G29.
The Torque motor is longer measuring 10 3/4 inch. It fits the G29 but will not fit the G19-22 without shock mount rework.
Both motors play well with the Alltrax XCT controllers.
I hope this helps
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Old 07-18-2019, 04:22 PM   #2
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Scotty, i just ran into this problem yesterday! I just got a 10.5 motor for my G29 2007 YDRE. Last thing to do was install the shock, it was blocked.

Now i guess maybe I do not have a G29? Not sure anymore...I am having to fabricate a bracket for my shock.

Serial #: JW2-208142 (Is that the G29 YDRE?)
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Old 07-18-2019, 04:43 PM   #3
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Good information. How much does your shock miss the mount hole by?
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Good information. How much does your shock miss the mount hole by?
In the pic, that it as close as the shock can get, and that is hitting the motor...

I was also told previously that the G29 would fit this motor without shock modification - but perhaps its the type of lift i have? It was installed before i bought it. Pic attached.
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Good information. How much does your shock miss the mount hole by?
Do you have any clever extension/mods type fixes - or do i simply need to make/relocate a whole new bracket?
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Your picture looks like the motor is blue?
A D&D motor maybe?
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Your picture looks like the motor is blue?
A D&D motor maybe?
Ohh yes, the motor is a DandD, but the length is the same. I didnt realize you had specified a brand - i was going off the motor size. They ensured me the motor would fit without mods needed - That another issue now....
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The G19-22 had a motor length limit problem. Which is why I posted the motor lengths for our FSIP motors. The G29 eliminated this issue by moving the shock mount to the side of the axle - Your issue seems to be a motor diameter problem.
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The G19-22 had a motor length limit problem. Which is why I posted the motor lengths for our FSIP motors. The G29 eliminated this issue by moving the shock mount to the side of the axle - Your issue seems to be a motor diameter problem.
Sorry to hijack your thread Scottyb - This pic shows how much space i need to make this work. Could i use a similar bolt, highest grade i can find and see if that suffices? I know its a work around, but the only garage solution i could find for me - without looking elsewhere for a welder.

You cant see the bottom, but with this top bracket modification, the suspension works. Too shady?

The bolt in there now is just for representation...
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I have the exact same issue. I'm thinking about flipping my top shock mount that came with the MadJax 6" HD Lift kit. It's currently bent inward which is exactly what the instructions tell you to do. But if i flip it, the angle will be very awkward.

What was the resolution?

thank you in advance
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