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Unread 10-27-2015, 02:06 AM   #11
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Unread 11-02-2015, 12:18 PM   #12
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Default Re: V-Glide to MCOR 4 conversion

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Custom cart can"t find the serial # Club Car frame maybe early 95, V-Glide with 0-5k resistance signal , New AXE 4855 R8 controller, new batteries
Two previous posts about this cart:AXE controller not powering up (controller replaced) and Multi step pot rebuild. (jerky throttle response with new controller)

I looked at the conversion kit AM293201 but it states it will not work on the early 95 models with v-glide with 0-5k resistance signal.

Would the AM293201 kit work with this cart with the new controller set on 5k-0 resistance signal?
The quick answer is yes, but you must have a programmable controller such as the Alltrex AXE. I just finished the conversion on a Club Car that originally had a step resistor and has an AXE controller. On the early 95 pedal setup it took some cutting/drilling and a few other parts, but if you are resourceful and persistent, it can be made to work. My results were great. Very smooth throttle and the cart will creep without jerking. (We use our cart for hunting and need to ride slow to check out game tracks. However, the cart still has plenty of top end speed and torque as well.)
My first attempt at a replacement was a Curtis Model PB-6 throttle resistor (0-5k). However, it was not sealed and any humidity would cause the cart to jerk and jump.
More details to come...
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Unread 11-02-2015, 03:49 PM   #13
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Curtis Model PB-6 throttle resistor (0-5k). However, it was not sealed and any humidity would cause the cart to jerk and jump.
More details to come...
I put in a conversion which I think is the pb 6 or 8 not sure. It works great but the moisture part is a concern. Time will tell.
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