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Unread 04-08-2015, 12:36 PM   #11
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Not on the old Alltrax models, they don't use a speed sensor.
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Unread 04-08-2015, 01:41 PM   #12
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Not on the old Alltrax models, they don't use a speed sensor.
What is considered an old alltrax model???
I just bought mine!!!
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What is considered an old alltrax model???
I just bought mine!!!
Ok, instead of "old", I should have said "Previous" generation.

The new XCT models use the speed sensor or "tach sensor" as they refer to it.

But in neither case it would improve the speed as the RPM limitation only exists in the OEM controller.
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The new controls you reference are not available yet...so I guess everything brand new is old?
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Ok, instead of "old", I should have said "Previous" generation.

The new XCT models use the speed sensor or "tach sensor" as they refer to it.

But in neither case it would improve the speed as the RPM limitation only exists in the OEM controller.
So a speed magnet wouldn't give me more speed???
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Just changed to new Mcor (gen 1 to gen 4 coversion kit)
It wouldn't do nothing in the ezgo setting!!!
Changed back to club car setting and now getting 100% throttle!!!
Put throttle up on 5 and throttle down on 10!!! ( still jumps a little in foward and reverse)
Thanks for your help guys!!!
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Just changed to new Mcor (gen 1 to gen 4 coversion kit)
It wouldn't do nothing in the ezgo setting!!!
Changed back to club car setting and now getting 100% throttle!!!
Put throttle up on 5 and throttle down on 10!!! ( still jumps a little in foward and reverse)
Thanks for your help guys!!!
Yup! It's an MCOR problem. The Curtis is more forgiving of the errant signal.
Glad you upgraded.
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Unread 04-08-2015, 05:21 PM   #18
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Just out of curiosity here. This zip tie trick or piece of rubber hose deal. Does something belong on the lil shaft? Is something there that fails from new? What wears this item to the point of needing this type of shimming? Thanks.
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Unread 04-08-2015, 05:28 PM   #19
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Just out of curiosity here. This zip tie trick or piece of rubber hose deal. Does something belong on the lil shaft? Is something there that fails from new? What wears this item to the point of needing this type of shimming? Thanks.
Yes

There is nothing there when new, it is just that the bar will wear down over time and create play

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