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Unread 08-23-2018, 08:13 AM   #1
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My friend has a 2004 48 volt club car DS with a series motor, lifted, 22Ē tires other then that it is all stock. And as you know it does not have much get up and go.

He wants to get it so it will get up and go. I check his batteryís and they are only about 2 years old and volts are good. The voltage drop when riding is only about 47 volts. It goes pretty good after it is rolling but just slow on start.

We fixing to change the cables on it but I told him I think we need to do a little more.

Question what should we do to get it to where he wants it at.


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Unread 08-23-2018, 12:09 PM   #2
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The cables are needed, but will not give you a lot in regards to what you need. Go here https://www.revolutiongolfcars.com/c...-club-car-ds-i and these are all upgrade parts for a Series DS. I would make my first purchase the SR controller and then go from there.
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The cables are needed, but will not give you a lot in regards to what you need. Go here https://www.revolutiongolfcars.com/c...-club-car-ds-i and these are all upgrade parts for a Series DS. I would make my first purchase the SR controller and then go from there.


Thanks NoleFan4Ever this is what I had in mind just wanted to make sure.


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Unread 08-23-2018, 05:17 PM   #4
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With an Alltrax Controller you can adjust the acceleration from "will I make it through this intersection before the light changes" to "instant whiplash"
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Unread 08-23-2018, 07:29 PM   #5
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Ok this cart had an issue that it would click but not move. I tested the MCOR wires at the controller and they was dead no Ohms. So I replace it and it work for two days and now it will not move again.

I have not check it out yet to see if it is the same problem yet but just looking for any input as what I need to look at?

I have check and clean all wires and did not fine any other issues but the MCOR.


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Are you hearing the actual solenoid behind the seat "click" after you depress the pedal?
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Are you hearing the actual solenoid behind the seat "click" after you depress the pedal?

Yes it does. Last time it did also but I did not have any ohms on 2 and 3 on the controller so I replace the MCOR and it work fine.

This intermittent issue has happen before but this was the first time Iím looking into it.

I have not check it yet to see what I will fine this time. But in the pass he said it would work and when he would go out to use it it would not go. Then out of the blue it would work. GHOST


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Then you are correct to check the output of the potentiometer in your MCOR. If it was a Chinese knockoff or a Amazon one, there are pages and pages of problems with them.

If you have a bad MCOR, got one from a site sponsor here like Revolution Golf Cars so you know you are getting OEM quality and the support of David if there is a problem....

If the test proves good, we will check the output of the controller when the problem happens....
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Then you are correct to check the output of the potentiometer in your MCOR. If it was a Chinese knockoff or a Amazon one, there are pages and pages of problems with them.



If you have a bad MCOR, got one from a site sponsor here like Revolution Golf Cars so you know you are getting OEM quality and the support of David if there is a problem....



If the test proves good, we will check the output of the controller when the problem happens....


Thanks again I will check it out Monday that is my next day off and will post back. It was from amazon and that will not happen again.


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Ok help again lol I did check that the MCOR did go back out and yes it was from Amazon. So I order one from David and got it in today.

Problem is I have a AA model and on the paper work that came with the MCOR4 donít have it listed as it to fit. I know I have read if the MCOR1 goes out to put a MCOR4 in it place.

I donít want to put this on if it is not right or someone can confirm that it is. I try to call David but I guess they are close now any help.


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