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Unread 12-10-2008, 07:16 AM   #11
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Mine is an 04 IQ cart. This cart came from a course fleet, as most do, and the speed was about 11 mph with two people. With a full charge maybe 12. I considered the code change but then decided to go with the controller. It is a direct bolt in, change nothing! Speed went to 23.7 before a charge, 24.5after a charge with 2 adults and it does away with the code programming. So far, I have no issues with anything overheating even after climbing a steep hill near my house. Not wires, not motor, not controller, and not batteries.

As someone else said you could sell your original controller but I am holding on to mine. You never know when you want to go back stock, like to sell the cart or something. IF... you did sell it, combine say 150 or so plus the 100 you are saving on the programming and you are at 250 on a 325 controller.

Nowhere can you add that kind of MPH for so little money. By the way, mine is a non lifted cart with stock dia tires.

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Craig, when you say this is a direct bolt-on, change nothing. Do you mean that you just move the plugs and connectors from one to the other and then just bolt it back on the frame? Thanks for the info.Lee
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Unread 12-10-2008, 08:19 AM   #12
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Craig, when you say this is a direct bolt-on, change nothing. Do you mean that you just move the plugs and connectors from one to the other and then just bolt it back on the frame? Thanks for the info.Lee
Lee, That is correct. 100% bolt and go. Hook up the motor leads and two solenoid plug in's are all you do. You remove the original, put this in it's place and go have fun.

20 minutes with a 1/2" socket , a 3/8 socket, and a 1/2 end wrench and you are done.

This picture showing the Alltrax is during installation. See the small white plug to the right, that is the only plug that you will not hook up. That is the "code" prgramming jack extension cable and since you won't be needing that, it is omitted. All that is left to do in the picture is install one more bolt and put the cover back on.

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Unread 12-10-2008, 08:53 AM   #13
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will this controller work on a 36v cart also?
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Unread 12-10-2008, 07:24 PM   #14
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nice one
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Craig, thanks for the info. One more question, do you have to program it to the different functions, speed braking, etc: ? Thanks again for your help.
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Unread 12-14-2008, 04:41 AM   #16
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Lee, You can program but they come ready to go right out of the box. You can customize them any way you like but I have not touched mine. It is perfect as shipped.


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Nice Upgrade, Craig!
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Unread 12-15-2008, 10:21 PM   #18
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Nice Upgrade, Craig!
You are right Scotty. I did not think it could perform any better without going to a motor but today I finally got a chance to hook the laptop to the Alltrax. I played with the acceleration curve and disabled that aggrevating braking junk.

Much better performance now. This sucker will actually spin the tire from a standing stop! I may let EMP play with my motor later on. Scrtach that, I'll buy a motor from EMP later on (or PQ).

So you got the DS going OK now? Bet it is some serious torque huh?

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Lee, You can program but they come ready to go right out of the box. You can customize them any way you like but I have not touched mine. It is perfect as shipped.


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Craig, I just installed mine and it works fine at middle to high speeds. It jumps in both forward and reverse at low speeds. Any ideas???
thanks for any info.

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You are right Scotty. I did not think it could perform any better without going to a motor but today I finally got a chance to hook the laptop to the Alltrax. I played with the acceleration curve and disabled that aggrevating braking junk.

Much better performance now. This sucker will actually spin the tire from a standing stop! I may let EMP play with my motor later on. Scrtach that, I'll buy a motor from EMP later on (or PQ).

So you got the DS going OK now? Bet it is some serious torque huh?

-Craig
Craig, what are the settings you ended up with on the acceleration curve?

Take-care

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