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Old 01-10-2023, 09:48 PM   #11
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and putting 23" tires next week.
I concur with the Alltrax if you're going with these tires. I missed that line. Forget the speed code 5 unless you stay stock.
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Old 01-11-2023, 04:21 PM   #12
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All, great information and I appreciate each of your opinions! Seems like the mutual response is Alltrax, selenoid, cables, motor, etc...

However, as mentioned in the original price is a huge factor and was looking for more of a budget solution. I.E. Bandit only for $289, or speed code 5 for $150. Am I crazy to think that there is no budgetary solution out there for my needs? Just want to go 22MPH with some good torque, nothing crazy!
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Old 01-11-2023, 04:46 PM   #13
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All, great information and I appreciate each of your opinions! Seems like the mutual response is Alltrax, selenoid, cables, motor, etc...

However, as mentioned in the original price is a huge factor and was looking for more of a budget solution. I.E. Bandit only for $289, or speed code 5 for $150. Am I crazy to think that there is no budgetary solution out there for my needs? Just want to go 22MPH with some good torque, nothing crazy!
Speed code 5 depends on the serial number of the cart.

https://gaminde.net/SPEED_CODE_5.php
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Old 01-11-2023, 05:05 PM   #14
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Speed code 5 depends on the serial number of the cart.

https://gaminde.net/SPEED_CODE_5.php
I checked and am good to do SC 5
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Old 01-11-2023, 05:23 PM   #15
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Don't put 23" tires on it. They make 18.5 x 8" tires with an off road tread for your boonie bashing and the small motor and controller will handle it with aplomb.
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Old 01-11-2023, 05:28 PM   #16
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A bandit in the woods or hunting with 23Ē tires will kill it. Plum quick even says not to use it for that on their website.

Youíre better off with an alltrax, solenoid, and some wires. Buy once, cry once. Start it off right and you set yourself up for future upgrades. Or spend $150 bucks on a speed code widget (on a site asking for Zelle payments always seems suspicious to me, but Iím just paranoid like that). Then in 6 months when your controller fails for being overdriven youíre out the $150 plus still need to buy an alltrax.

Better off buying a good controller and selling your stock one with the speed code thatís already in it, recoup some of the $.
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Old 01-11-2023, 05:32 PM   #17
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Then again, I have a $150 cart with about $5k worth of upgrades
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A bandit in the woods or hunting with 23Ē tires will kill it. Plum quick even says not to use it for that on their website.

Youíre better off with an alltrax, solenoid, and some wires. Buy once, cry once. Start it off right and you set yourself up for future upgrades. Or spend $150 bucks on a speed code widget (on a site asking for Zelle payments always seems suspicious to me, but Iím just paranoid like that). Then in 6 months when your controller fails for being overdriven youíre out the $150 plus still need to buy an alltrax.

Better off buying a good controller and selling your stock one with the speed code thatís already in it, recoup some of the $.



From what I can find it sounds like if I do a Alltrax 500 controller, selenoid, wire kit, I should be able to get 24MPH on stock motor with a significant increase in torque. Would the stock motor be able to hold up to this?
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Do you have the gray ge motor or the black AMD?

If you have the ge Iíd limit it to about 300 amps. AMD will handle 400 just fine.

An alltrax at 300 amps will still make more power than the factory controller would ever be able to dream of.
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Do you have the gray ge motor or the black AMD?

If you have the ge Iíd limit it to about 300 amps. AMD will handle 400 just fine.

An alltrax at 300 amps will still make more power than the factory controller would ever be able to dream of.

BLACK AMD... if I did 400A would I still have to do cables & selenoid?
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