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Unread 06-21-2015, 09:57 PM   #1
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Default 2011 Precedent MCOR question?

Can someone tell me for sure which MCOR fits the 2011 Precedent? I'm not that familiar with them, as much as I am the EZGO, but I'm working on one for a friend and I'm pretty sure it's the MCOR, but I don't want to order the wrong one.
The cart is surging. I have replaced the speed sensor. He can pump the accelerator about 25 times with the switch off and will straighten up for a little while. Any insight on the matter will be greatly appreciated.
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Unread 06-23-2015, 12:19 AM   #2
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It depends on pedal style, though I am almost certain yours is the Gen2 pedals in 2011. (something like mid 2008-up is gen 2 pedal). I believe you can use the new MCOR4 style with conversion kit if it hasn't already had the kit installed previously. TahoeDawg sells them for about the lowest retail price I've seen anywhere. (He is the owner of Revolution Golf Carts)
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It depends on pedal style, though I am almost certain yours is the Gen2 pedals in 2011. (something like mid 2008-up is gen 2 pedal). I believe you can use the new MCOR4 style with conversion kit if it hasn't already had the kit installed previously. TahoeDawg sells them for about the lowest retail price I've seen anywhere. (He is the owner of Revolution Golf Carts)
Thanks for the referral. It's part number AM293001
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Thanks y'all, I had finally researched it enough to figure it out. It is the gen 2, so I can upgrade it to the mcor 4. Is that what everyone recommends?
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Thanks for the referral. It's part number AM293001

TahoeDawg, I just looked at them on your web page and eBay page. I will probably order one this afternoon from eBay. Thanks!
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TahoeDawg, I just looked at them on your web page and eBay page. I will probably order one this afternoon from eBay. Thanks!
They're cheaper on the web store than they are on Ebay. I have to mark the price up on Ebay to cover all of the fees they charge to sell on there.
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They're cheaper on the web store than they are on Ebay. I have to mark the price up on Ebay to cover all of the fees they charge to sell on there.

I tried it both ways and with shipping it was less than a dollar difference. EBay was a little easier with the smart phone. I just ordered it. Thanks.
This is for a friend, and I have not messed with many club cars, but I'm learning.
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Thanks.
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They're cheaper on the web store than they are on Ebay. I have to mark the price up on Ebay to cover all of the fees they charge to sell on there.
Yea, 10% for those pinko commies until top rated, then still 8%. Veritable butt rape if you ask me. And don't forget the 3% for PayPal. Everyone read that. The seller is out a MINIMUM of 11% before anything.
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Tahoe . . . 2011 Precedent - PH1102 - friend says it surges . . . MCOR issue the only cause for this?
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