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Unread 02-03-2015, 10:04 AM   #51
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Unread 02-03-2015, 10:18 AM   #52
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If you get the latest MCOR update kit for the Gen 2 Pedals, you can wire it directly into the harness using like colored wires. Excel Carts act funny without the adapter, but IQ works just fine.
That is because the TPS to MCOR adapter for IQ carts is just straight wire and TPS to MCOR on an Excel cart includes 453Ω resistors in each wire of the 3 pin connector.
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Unread 02-03-2015, 10:42 AM   #53
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What is the difference between PQ, AMD and DD motors, are these just different manufacturers? And is there a better option for a lifted IQ cart looking for improved torque?
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That is because the TPS to MCOR adapter for IQ carts is just straight wire and TPS to MCOR on an Excel cart includes 453Ω resistors in each wire of the 3 pin connector.
I wasn't aware that there were different part numbers. Do you have a reference for those PNs?
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What is the difference between PQ, AMD and DD motors, are these just different manufacturers? And is there a better option for a lifted IQ cart looking for improved torque?
Each manufacturer makes a range of motors. AMD has the most money in development. We've had good luck with D&D, as well.
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We carry AMD and D&D. I'd be happy to help you select a motor. Send me a PM and we'll get it going. Or email to bgw@cartsports.com .
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I wasn't aware that there were different part numbers. Do you have a reference for those PNs?
Sorry, I don't have part numbers, but TahoeDawgZ71 explains it in his sticky about the differences in MCORs.

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Ok, I did some internet surfing and found some answers to my own question. I found a link back to BGW and read the thread concerning the PQ (Plum Quick) motor, the braking issue is a legit concern. The PQ website said their motor would not have reqen braking and as my cart is lifted and I am looking more for torque than speed, PQ does not seem to be the best match for me.
I spoke with a host at Jekyll Island State Park campground (which requires carts to be street legal to use on island) and he told me the Ga. State Patrol told him, "if carts does not exceed 15 mph, no seat belts were required". I was also told that if cart exceeded 19.9 mph, the cart would require state registration.
D&D and AMD both offer hi torque, hi speed and combo motor chooses. But based on the thread I read on BGW, the 500 amp controller with my stock motor may do just fine.
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I wouldn't discredit PQ just yet, they can meet your requirements, you just need to place the call, the website is generic but they specifically build to suit your needs. PQ also can rebuild your motor rather cheap and is a cost effective solution to most.
Not to say any of the others won't work either, they all can provide you with your requirements but you need to talk to whomever you decide to go with so they can get you the best match for you. (just my recommendation, make the call)
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I agree Scooterman! Giving all of the particulars to the experts and letting them make the recommendation is the right way. Lesson learned!
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