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Unread 09-02-2015, 01:06 PM   #1
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Default Regen 2 conversion to IQ

With the help of one of my customers and Tahoedawg we have successfully converted a Regen 2 drive system to IQ drive using the new XCT control from Alltrax.
We simply changed the main wire harness to IQ. Installed a MCOR & pedal conversion kit and installed the XCT control and D&D motor.
Our test cart is FAST! how fast? I am waiting for GPS results.

This is very good news for Regen II (2) cart owners who want upgraded performance.
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Unread 09-02-2015, 01:20 PM   #2
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Default Re: Regen 2 conversion to IQ

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With the help of one of my customers and Tahoedawg we have successfully converted a Regen 2 drive system to IQ drive using the new XCT control from Alltrax.
We simply changed the main wire harness to IQ. Installed a MCOR & pedal conversion kit and installed the XCT control and D&D motor.
Our test cart is FAST! how fast? I am waiting for GPS results.

This is very good news for Regen II (2) cart owners who want upgraded performance.
More news to follow
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Unread 09-02-2015, 07:19 PM   #3
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Unread 09-04-2015, 10:02 AM   #4
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Default Re: Regen 2 conversion to IQ

Comparing some information I have

A9950-83**** with motor 101854501 3.2 HP has 4 pulse magnet stock, OBC AM122920 has 18" tires runs 13 MPH on gps

Question is , using a stock 250 or 350 Amp Curtis(if still on sale) controller , wiring harness and MCOR kit , could keep motor and OBC and would not need a magnet .
to keep up with her cart,

Her cart is AQ0327-29**** with motor 102240102 3.2 HP special service ? don't know the pulses, 250 Amp Curtis controller . with 22" tires Runs 19 MPH on gps,
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Unread 09-04-2015, 10:52 AM   #5
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Comparing some information I have

A9950-83**** with motor 101854501 3.2 HP has 4 pulse magnet stock, OBC AM122920 has 18" tires runs 13 MPH on gps

Question is , using a stock 250 or 350 Amp Curtis(if still on sale) controller , wiring harness and MCOR kit , could keep motor and OBC and would not need a magnet .
to keep up with her cart,

Her cart is AQ0327-29**** with motor 102240102 3.2 HP special service ? don't know the pulses, 250 Amp Curtis controller . with 22" tires Runs 19 MPH on gps,
The 1999 is a Regen 2 motor. It's compatible with the IQ system. The only issue is that you're limited to speed because you can't put a high speed magnet in it. The factory magnet has 8 poles, high speed has 4. They don't make a magnet that fits the Regen 2 motor. However, a new 350 amp controller programmed to speed setting 4 will give you 19.6MPH with factory tire size. You'd be able to use a plum quick bandit IQ motor and really move after the conversion. The controllers are available at that price until my supplier sells out. It's a promotion they're running because they're no longer going to carry them (for whatever reason). Curtis is going to continue to make them, but they won't be available for that price after these are gone. I sold one a couple days ago and they only had 3 left. You are correct in assuming that you can re-use the OBC as well. The MCOR conversion kit would be necessary as well as a new accelerator pivot rod. The pre-mcor pivot rod does not have the barb on it for the MCOR drive bar to rest on. Contact me if you're interested in talking about it some more. My phone number is on the web site. Link below... I'm about to leave the office to go work on some carts and I won't be on BGW, but you can reach me by cell.
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Unread 09-04-2015, 12:06 PM   #6
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The 1999 is a Regen 2 motor. It's compatible with the IQ system. The only issue is that you're limited to speed because you can't put a high speed magnet in it. The factory magnet has 8 poles, high speed has 4. They don't make a magnet that fits the Regen 2 motor. However, a new 350 amp controller programmed to speed setting 4 will give you 19.6MPH with factory tire size. You'd be able to use a plum quick bandit IQ motor and really move after the conversion. The controllers are available at that price until my supplier sells out. It's a promotion they're running because they're no longer going to carry them (for whatever reason). Curtis is going to continue to make them, but they won't be available for that price after these are gone. I sold one a couple days ago and they only had 3 left. You are correct in assuming that you can re-use the OBC as well. The MCOR conversion kit would be necessary as well as a new accelerator pivot rod. The pre-mcor pivot rod does not have the barb on it for the MCOR drive bar to rest on. Contact me if you're interested in talking about it some more. My phone number is on the web site. Link below... I'm about to leave the office to go work on some carts and I won't be on BGW, but you can reach me by cell.
Thanks,

just kind of window shopping for when something needs updating., I bought the cart a couple of months ago, to use around our place to keep from abusing hers. Stock seems to be checking out OK, bought it needing batteries. put new ones in hers and using that pack till I replace them now that I have it running and doing some little stuff. Six T=875's were $694 with tax and my cores, 20 miles away. I would imagine you are about that just 147 miles away .
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Unread 09-04-2015, 01:46 PM   #7
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That's a good price on Trojans. I think you're right about the distance. I've been to the racetrack up there a lot.
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