Errr, yeah sorta. I suppose. I'm just scared b/c I literally know nothing about this sorta stuff. I just know everything's gotta match in terms of volts. I did hear that I could put more voltage into the existing 24v system to see what would happen and I was warned that the motor my fry. I suppose I could try that.
So just pull the 24v SLA battery out and replace it with my 36v 10ah LiFePo4 and see what happens?
No harm can be done to the battery right?
And isn't 36 a pretty big jump from a 24v system?
Alternatively what would happen if I kept everything the same about the 24v system and swapped the 24v and what I assume to be a 150w motor with a 250w one?http://www.monsterscooterparts.com/24vo350semoc.html
I assume the range would just go to @#@$# since I'm using the same energy to power something that requires more. I don't want to be stuck with low range and not be able to get back home. I really wouldn't mind spending the cash to up it to 36v all around. I just need some feedback on:
1. How much of an improvement I can expect.
2. Exactly step-by-step how to do it and confirm whether I'm specifying the correct parts or not.