- Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:28 am #19973
First post here and I am sure I will be back for more. I know this is the total opposite of what most if not everyone does here. I have searched and searched but have found no way to accomplish this besides drilling throttle and installing a throttle stop. From what all I have read, you cannot rewire the batteries from series to parallel to achieve 12v and double the run time due to the stock controller having a shutoff at around 20v. The reason I am wanting to do this is I have a 4yo son wanting one for Christmas and want to start him out slow. I have read to where you can remove the hi-speed wire from the throttle harness wire and it uses only low-speed. Not sure if that will work. Can you replace the stock 24v controller with a 12v that will do what I am wanting until he gets the hang of things?