We do not have and have never run across a wiring schematic for the Rad2Go Q Electric Chariot Personal Transporter electric scooter.
Rad2Go Q Electric controllers have been discontinued for a very long time so the chances of finding the original controllers for it are probably next to nothing.
If you want to get it running we suggest gutting the original electronics and installing a new controller and throttle. Not sure how well it would turn though if a single controller was run to both motors. Would have to give it a try and see.
I do not know of any brush motor controllers that have a connector for a Cycle Analyst. We have absolutely no information available on how many Watts the Rad2Go Q Electric hub motors are. My guess is that the motors are around 250 or 350 Watts per wheel.
One thought I just had is to use two controllers and two throttles. This way the right-hand throttle would control the right side motor, and the left-hand throttle would control the left side motor. I think a scooter with side-by-side wheels and two throttles like that would be very fun to ride. We have left and right side throttles available on these pages:
Left-Hand Throttle THR-25-L:
Right-Hand Throttle THR-25-R:
The hard to control part of having two throttles is what I think would make it fun to ride. Agree that it would be much easier to control and ride with one throttle though.
If you have ever driven a sand buggy with turning brakes ( emergency brake is split and independantly controlled) you get an idea how abrupt the steering can be. In my search for info on the Rad2go Q, I found a Chinese company by the name of Shanghai Winsun who offers a "Segway Scooter mobility 4 wheel". I do not know who the original manufacurer of the Rad2go scooter was but it looks the same. Their newer models have 1000watt motors and "monster" tires. BTW the 2 side wheel scooter was banned for a while. Adding some photos
That is very interesting. Where do you live at that 2 side-by-side wheeled scooters are banned?