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By Masev6199
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#7264
07Gevish wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:37 pm
Colburn wrote:
07Gevish wrote:
Tue Mar 12, 2019 2:13 pm


https://www.amazon.com/Electric-Control ... pons&psc=1
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07D72MD ... UTF8&psc=1

And yes I have removed the old controller and put the replacement where the old one was. It fit with so e extra room too.
Amazing , thanks man ! Any soldering required ?
It's not quite plug and play. I took off the connectors from original control board and soldered them on to the new one. Also soldered the throttle connectors to the new controller. Warning. After you finished connecting controller to the motor and throttle but before you connect the battery make sure 2 dark green wires on the new controller arent connected to each other or it will cause the motor to engage as soon as you plug the battery in.
So I got it wired up but it keeps jerking how do I fix this
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By Masev6199
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#7265
Masev6199 wrote:
Thu Apr 18, 2019 6:48 pm
07Gevish wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:37 pm
Colburn wrote:
Amazing , thanks man ! Any soldering required ?
It's not quite plug and play. I took off the connectors from original control board and soldered them on to the new one. Also soldered the throttle connectors to the new controller. Warning. After you finished connecting controller to the motor and throttle but before you connect the battery make sure 2 dark green wires on the new controller arent connected to each other or it will cause the motor to engage as soon as you plug the battery in.
So I got it wired up but it keeps jerking how do I fix this
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Do I have connect the white wire from the Motor to something ?
By 07Gevish
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#7266
Masev6199 wrote:
Masev6199 wrote:
Thu Apr 18, 2019 6:48 pm
07Gevish wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:37 pm

It's not quite plug and play. I took off the connectors from original control board and soldered them on to the new one. Also soldered the throttle connectors to the new controller. Warning. After you finished connecting controller to the motor and throttle but before you connect the battery make sure 2 dark green wires on the new controller arent connected to each other or it will cause the motor to engage as soon as you plug the battery in.
So I got it wired up but it keeps jerking how do I fix this
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Do I have connect the white wire from the Motor to something ?
No, the white one is a hall sensor so don't worry about it. If it jerks and stops you have to interchange the 3 main motor wires around. Here is diagram that will help.
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By 365GUY
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#7287
I have a zero motor on the rear of my 365 and it’s working fine, however I don’t feel much of a difference between the 365 motor, should I be running a different firmware? If so can anyone suggest a good firmware?
Thanks
By Ni Go
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#7335
07Gevish wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:37 pm
Colburn wrote:
07Gevish wrote:
Tue Mar 12, 2019 2:13 pm


https://www.amazon.com/Electric-Control ... pons&psc=1
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07D72MD ... UTF8&psc=1

And yes I have removed the old controller and put the replacement where the old one was. It fit with so e extra room too.
Amazing , thanks man ! Any soldering required ?
It's not quite plug and play. I took off the connectors from original control board and soldered them on to the new one. Also soldered the throttle connectors to the new controller. Warning. After you finished connecting controller to the motor and throttle but before you connect the battery make sure 2 dark green wires on the new controller arent connected to each other or it will cause the motor to engage as soon as you plug the battery in.
Thank man, do you have a schema or a picture of the work done?
I'm a complete beginner!
By RyanH43165
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#7445
07Gevish wrote:
Tue Mar 12, 2019 3:40 am
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Successfully converted to run.
However lights and dash not working...so it's difficult to tell the battery charge.
Used one of the generic 36v 350W controllers and simple ignition/grip throttle.
Does this maintain the factory battery controller?
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