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Unread 08-09-2016, 10:14 AM   #11
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Default Re: mcor problems

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Dear Club Car,
Pull your collective heads out of your butts and replace the failed MCOR throttle device. Use a true potentiometer mounted above the waterline. Or a simple inductive throttle system like Yamaha and Ezgo. Neither of those companies have the trouble you have been having for the last, oh I dunno, 15 years!? Wake up your design engineer and tell him to pack up his desk and go home!
As someone who sells 30 or 40 of them a month, I understand your request, but truly hope they don't listen to you.
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Unread 08-09-2016, 10:33 AM   #12
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Default Re: mcor problems

Silly Scotty,
Club Car makes way more money selling MCORs this way. Why else would they go from a $4 switch to a GCOR??? Just like EZGO and striped hubs!! The days of building something higher quality so it last longer are over. The golf car became so popular because it was dependable, durable and cheap to repair and maintain. Sad to say, but Not much of that applies anymore. Parts are priced similar to ATVs and climbing steadily. And although range and fuel economy has increased, durability and dependability has not.
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