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Old 01-26-2012, 08:27 PM   #1
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Default 94cc 36v torque & speed series cart

First cart here, ive read on here to change the controller to a esc 48v, get a 48v solonoid, and add 2 more 6v batts and get good results, im adding a rear seat kit, springs, shocks and new batts, can i put two batts under the rear seat area ok or should i change all batts under main seat to 8 or 12 v, also upgrading cables while all this going on, has stock tires no lift just need help on hills with 4 people. thanks
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Old 01-26-2012, 09:00 PM   #2
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if your getting new batteries get 8 volt, make sure you change all 6 gage cables and you really should eliminate the V-glide and put a potbox in.......or just talk with scotty he,ll guide you to everything you need........................
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Old 01-27-2012, 07:02 AM   #3
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what is a v glide, where is it located on this cart, i found the black box looking inside the upper seat area i never knew it had, i dont see any kinda coils anywhere and see one solonoid.
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Old 01-27-2012, 07:31 AM   #4
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V-glide is a pie shaped box behind F/R switch linked to go pedal. I hear from the forum members it should be replaced in 48v conversions. this pic shows mine when I first got/started upgrades, its left of the F/R
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yes look for the V-glide down along front drivers battery...........if you have a controller cart it dosn,t have resistors that black box mounted up high should be controller......and you,ll only have 1 solenoid..............if you have resistor coils they are mounted behind the batteries theres a metel cover that kinda hides them but you have 1 or the other.....i,m guessing a controller ..................................
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thanks, found the v glide, no resistors, if scottyb sees this maybe he can get me everything i need as a kit, ill get 6 8v batts, 4g cables. will my charger crows foot type charge the 8v batts ok?
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thanks, found the v glide, no resistors, if scottyb sees this maybe he can get me everything i need as a kit, ill get 6 8v batts, 4g cables. will my charger crows foot type charge the 8v batts ok?
V-glide and Black controller 36v can be upgraded to 48v. Your V-glide is already factory converted to a multistep potentiometer which is fine. All you need is a Controller pkg#202 like the Alltrax 500/HD solenoid combo... a heavy duty F&R and a 4g cable set.
I send the DPI 5 stage 48v charger with whatever plug your cart has, Crows foot plug for your '94.
Drop me an email cartsunlimited@hughes.net or call the shop.
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My controller looked black untill I got a camera with flash close to it- check the plate to be sure. My 94 CC blackish blue controller says 24-36 volts:(
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My controller looked black untill I got a camera with flash close to it- check the plate to be sure. My 94 CC blackish blue controller says 24-36 volts:(
ok than you,ll also need a 48 volt controller to upgrade to 48 volts...........scotty can handle all of it..............................
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