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Old 11-06-2018, 06:54 PM   #1
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Ok I got the controller xtc500. The 6Ē double arm lift. The GBC Dirt Devils 23x10x10 all four corners. One last thing to order and itís a tough one. The motor. I was thinking the AMD 7144 but now with the bigger tires I am thinking maybe a torque motor. I have done a ton of research on motors and I realized most people that have a spicific motor tend to talk them up. Going up inclines faster than 15mph would be nice. But top speed of 25 is important also. I have been putting this modification off because itís hard to choose a motor without test driving a cart with that controller and motor. Or a similar set up. Unfortunately I am the only person I know that has a electric golf cart.
Thanks for reading comments are appropriated PS regan braking is a must.
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Old 11-06-2018, 07:05 PM   #2
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https://www.revolutiongolfcars.com/p...car-iq-regen-2

https://www.revolutiongolfcars.com/p...or-club-car-iq

You can have one or the other (speed or torque), but not both. Meaning the motor and its design is very different in construction. With most speed motors you get a little torque and with most torque motors you get a little speed. But primarily they are one or the other.
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Ok so the cart goes 28 mph now with the stock motor in it if I put a high torque motor in it I will get a little more speed. I canít believe that is true. If that was the case I would buy one right now.
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Torque motors aren't built to go fast. They're built for Torque. There is a "Speed Map" available with the MOT-A4 motor from Admiral but it's not recommended for use in cars with oversized tires. This configuration should result in slightly more speed than the factory setup but in order to do it, you're going to be running the motor outside of it's safe parameters and will shorten the life of the motor. I'm kind of shocked you're getting 28 MPH out of the factory motor. That's a bit extreme and out of the ordinary for sure. If you're wanting to go fast, I recommend a high speed motor. With the XCT 500 you're going to still have plenty of torque for your larger tires no matter which motor you choose. How fast are you wanting to go?
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Torque motors aren't built to go fast. They're built for Torque. There is a "Speed Map" available with the MOT-A4 motor from Admiral but it's not recommended for use in cars with oversized tires. This configuration should result in slightly more speed than the factory setup but in order to do it, you're going to be running the motor outside of it's safe parameters and will shorten the life of the motor. I'm kind of shocked you're getting 28 MPH out of the factory motor. That's a bit extreme and out of the ordinary for sure. If you're wanting to go fast, I recommend a high speed motor. With the XCT 500 you're going to still have plenty of torque for your larger tires no matter which motor you choose. How fast are you wanting to go?
25mph top speed would be okay with me. It takes all day to get there now.
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I Would like to haul *** up hills. But still have a cart that will go at least 25mph.
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I'd look at the Executioner from Plum Quick if you want extreme performance.
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I'd look at the Executioner from Plum Quick.
I started to go there too, but he said in his first post regen braking was a must and Robby (PQ) removes almost all the regen capabilities from the Executioner.
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I started to go there too, but he said in his first post regen braking was a must and Robby (PQ) removes almost all the regen capabilities from the Executioner.
Ahh... I missed that part. I'd suggest the A4, but I'm not going to guarantee 25 MPH out of it, and I'l not going to recommend the speed map for it since he's running oversized tires in hilly terrain. The A2 may be a good option, but it's on back-order. Maybe the new FSIP high speed motor would be a good candidate?
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