I know...there are about 100 discussions about this, but I am likely the most electrically challenged person on this site.
My daughter will be getting an razor mx650, 17mph+- for Christmas and handing her razor dune buggy down to my son.
I need the 24v dune buggy to go close to the speed of the mx650, BUT, I also need it to have a long run time and good torque.
I am considering dumping the old 4 year old batteries and installing 3 new 12V batteries.
I would like it to fit under the same cover. Any suggestions on batteries that will fit that are cheap (maybe a 3 pack of the 12V 15ah batteries for the mx650)?
Also, I know I need a new charger, which 36V charger will charge 12V batteries with the same plug-in that used on the dune buggy and work with 3 batteries up to...say 15ah?
Do I need as high as 15ah? Will the 8ah be OK, or would 10 or 12 be better?
Last thing. I seriously need an idiot proof diagram of the wiring instructions to add the 3rd battery to the current set up.
Thanks so much!! You guys are great!
It is normal to get a spark when making the final battery pack wiring harness connection. We drew a wiring diagram specifically for your Razor EcoSmart electric scooter which can be viewed on this page: https://electricscooterparts.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/1000088621