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Unread 09-27-2015, 10:36 PM   #51
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It's normal with that much torque to have it a little. As long as you don't have any axle wrap while braking it's not gonna hurt anything.
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Unread 09-28-2015, 09:58 PM   #52
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Thanks David ...the brakes work great now since you flipped them.
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Thanks David ...the brakes work great now since you flipped them.
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Unread 10-23-2015, 10:28 PM   #54
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has anyone using the Madjax 600 controller routed the OTF programmer to the dash ? if so can you tell me how you routed it ? do you go through the battery box and under the floor mat to the dash ? I am just trying to figure out how to get it routed and make it look "factory installed" and not red necked up too bad, it would just not look right with the OTF cable running over the top of the seat and then duct taped to the dash.
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I ran mine under the floor matt in the (recessed wire tracks)into the battery box. I used the velcro probided to secure it to the dash. The velcro is nice because you can remove the programmer when your giving it a good spray down.
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Unread 10-26-2015, 07:14 PM   #56
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I pulled the floor mat and saw the wire channels but the plug on the OTF programmer cable that plugs into the controller is too large to slide under the small kick panel ( the small panel that surrounds the charger plug in ), did you have to drill a hole going from the inside of battery well to make a direct route to the channel in the floor ? I am sure that small kick panel can be raised enough to slide the plug under to get in into the battery well but I'm just not sure how to do it.
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I pulled the floor mat and saw the wire channels but the plug on the OTF programmer cable that plugs into the controller is too large to slide under the small kick panel ( the small panel that surrounds the charger plug in ), did you have to drill a hole going from the inside of battery well to make a direct route to the channel in the floor ? I am sure that small kick panel can be raised enough to slide the plug under to get in into the battery well but I'm just not sure how to do it.
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Take the two front body bolts out of the rear body and take the three T-40 bolts out of the base of the kick panel and pop the bezel off of the charger receptacle with a small flat blade screwdriver. It'll lift right out
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Take the two front body bolts out of the rear body and take the three T-40 bolts out of the base of the kick panel and pop the bezel off of the charger receptacle with a small flat blade screwdriver. It'll lift right out
Thanks David ...why didn't I think of that ??
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Just bought my MadJax controller what kind of solenoid did you guys use. I have a club car ds iq with a plum quick bandit motor and 4g wiring. No lift stock tires for now. Going to be going to the executioner.


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Just bought my MadJax controller what kind of solenoid did you guys use. I have a club car ds iq with a plum quick bandit motor and 4g wiring. No lift stock tires for now. Going to be going to the executioner.


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Give this a look:
http://www.cartsunlimited.net/solenoids.html
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