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Quantya Mods and Services
« on: September 14, 2009, 11:26:07 PM »

A German company is offering mods and tuning services for your Quantya MX. Check out Pico Amps and put their URL in google translate.

Services, bolt ons and mods include:
Individual adjustment and optimization
Individual characteristics for the power grip
Heavy Duty Kit
Tuning Kit I
Tuning Kit II
Booster Kit
Torque Control


Original URL: http://www.automotive.picoamps.de/products.htm

The booster kit (lever that increases top speed) is interesting. I wonder how that works. It sounds like you get maximum torque when the lever disengaged and higher top speed with it pulled / engaged.


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Re: Quantya Mods and Services
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2009, 01:13:14 AM »

I race electric R/C vehicles and the "booster kit" sounds like a mechanical advance system to give the motor short bursts of more rpm (kind of like a NOS button on their gas powered counterparts).  Using it for extended periods would cause excess heat in the motor and drastically reduced battery runtimes.


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Re: Quantya Mods and Services
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2010, 08:24:30 PM »

Thanks for introducing our company.

Yes, we provide products and service as described previously,
but also for any other electrically driven vehicle.

No need to ask the google translater, just use


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Re: Quantya Mods and Services
« Reply #3 on: November 02, 2010, 10:24:24 PM »


You "Torque Control Module" You note that it works on all Zero's with the Alltrax controllers, Doesn't the Zero MX default dash the bike comes with do the same thing? It can both limit speed and also torque. Would would adding your module do for the Zero?

I love your cooling upgrades, looks like good stuff. Should market to the DIY crowd who runs these motors as not many Zero or Quantya owners would do those upgrades. But its great to see Quantya ships it's products with the bikes.
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