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Unread 09-14-2015, 11:16 AM   #41
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Thanks Tahoedawg,
Im learning new stuff everyday. Im glad you guys can point us in the right direction.
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Unread 09-14-2015, 12:57 PM   #42
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Thanks Tahoedawg,
Im learning new stuff everyday. Im glad you guys can point us in the right direction.
Glad to do it. It's the same concept as a Heavy Duty F&R Switch in a series car. If you don't beef it up, it'll melt. But it gives no performance at all.
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Unread 09-14-2015, 08:38 PM   #43
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Did you know, the On-The-Fly Programmer can also be used to greatly increase the range of your golf car (by up to 60%).

If you are driving off-road or simply don't need to go fast, simply turn down the speed and acceleration. The controller will then re-tune your motor to run more efficiently at lower speeds.
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Did you know, the On-The-Fly Programmer can also be used to greatly increase the range of your golf car (by up to 60%).

If you are driving off-road or simply don't need to go fast, simply turn down the speed and acceleration. The controller will then re-tune your motor to run more efficiently at lower speeds.
learn something new every time I checkout this forum .
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Unread 09-26-2015, 04:27 PM   #48
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Hey David ....I got the Madjax 600 controller installed today. The install was pretty simple, the difference in torque is A LOT ! ...it's actually more torque than I want or need with it turned all the way up.... so it turned it to about 3/4 of the way and set the regen where I wanted it and turned the speed all the way up and locked it in. Top speed is 21 and it get's there very quick, I still have stock motor, cables and solenoid. The torque is just impressive !! I did not route the OTF programmer to the dash, I just got it dialed in where I want it and locked it in ....I think I will take the OTF programmer and wire and roll it up and put it in some type of air tight bag and store it in the battery well or just disconnect it. I dread taking the batteries back out to disconnect it ...those Trojan 875's are quite heavy! my only hiccup was that I let a loose battery cable touch the wrong post for a split second ....that certainly got my attention, scared the mess out of me !
Thanks for the quick shipping !
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Hey David ....I got the Madjax 600 controller installed today. The install was pretty simple, the difference in torque is A LOT ! ...it's actually more torque than I want or need with it turned all the way up.... so it turned it to about 3/4 of the way and set the regen where I wanted it and turned the speed all the way up and locked it in. Top speed is 21 and it get's there very quick, I still have stock motor, cables and solenoid. The torque is just impressive !! I did not route the OTF programmer to the dash, I just got it dialed in where I want it and locked it in ....I think I will take the OTF programmer and wire and roll it up and put it in some type of air tight bag and store it in the battery well or just disconnect it. I dread taking the batteries back out to disconnect it ...those Trojan 875's are quite heavy! my only hiccup was that I let a loose battery cable touch the wrong post for a split second ....that certainly got my attention, scared the mess out of me !
Thanks for the quick shipping !
Glad you got it going. Sounds like it'll do anything you need it to do. Congrats.
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Unread 09-27-2015, 08:28 PM   #50
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when you add so much additional torque to a cart you would think it would put a tremendous strain on the rear axle set up, it has double u-bolts in the rear already with the HD dual action springs .....are their anything other mods that need to or should be done to the rear axle set up ? When you give it throttle you can initially feel the rear end kind of rise up a little as if the axle is twisting somewhat ...is that normal ? it was noticeable before the added torque as well but is a little more noticeable now. Has anyone else experienced this "axle twist feel" on a lifted cart when you hit the throttle ?
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