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Drill batteries

I have a razor dirt quad that is currently 24v. My question is can I take a 24v drill battery and use it instead of the 2 regular batteries. I want to use drill batteries so I can switch them on the fly for longer ride times. Also when I upgrade it to 48v it will be easier and save room to connect 2 drill batteries in serious vice 4 12v batteries. Any help would be appreciated. New to the electric motor world.
Most cordless drills have much smaller motors than the Razor Dirt Quad has so chances are that their batteries are not made to output enough power for such a large motor. 

I think that a battery pack from a much larger tool such as a cordless lawnmower would be needed to run the Dirt Quad's motor.

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