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Unread 11-10-2018, 06:47 PM   #1
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Default 1995 DS Mystery Drive (MCOR)?

I have a 1995 DS, 48v. Had it a while and just getting around to working on it. It also has a "B" prefix on the serial number which my research indicates was a rolling chassis/motor/drive system for a company called Elmco to make high end custom carts on a DS platform.

Has no v-glide/MSP. There is a box underneath to the left of the go pedal that I can hear what sounds like a micro switch clicking when pedal is depressed. The box has 4 wires: green and white, yellow, black and a purple.

Has an OBC which I plan to dispense with. Has rotating FNR switch.

Can't find a wiring diagram for this. Bought 6 new batteries yesterday. Motor has been tested good.

Anybody know what this is? Thanks!
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Unread 11-10-2018, 06:53 PM   #2
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Default Re: 1995 DS Mystery Drive (MCOR)?

That is a potbox and were used in '95 and part of '96. They are fine, but when they go you will have to do an MCOR 4 conversion as parts are no longer made for repairs....
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PS- Send $0.25 to me via USPS....
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Default Re: 1995 DS Mystery Drive (MCOR)?

Thanks Nole. Wanted to find out before I put batteries in this thing. So, I am assuming it did not go over well and they went back to a MSP (v-glide style)?
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Thanks Nole. Wanted to find out before I put batteries in this thing. So, I am assuming it did not go over well and they went back to a MSP (v-glide style)?
I actually love them. I have one on a '95 and one on a '96 and they have been perfect since owned. I do not like the MSP's but accept them as a necessary evil....

I am not sure why CC went back the V-glide after mid-'96. Maybe the Potbox was too expensive - David will have to let us know....
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Dangit. The last box of quarters I sent you weighed 850 lbs.

Can I send a check?
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Dangit. The last box of quarters I sent you weighed 850 lbs.

Can I send a check?
Better not, my kids are still playing basketball with the last one you sent me...
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Better not, my kids are still playing basketball with the last one you sent me...
Good call. I forgot I bought batteries yesterday. Sure they don't wanna play full court?
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Good call. I forgot I bought batteries yesterday. Sure they don't wanna play full court?
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Seriously, thanks for the diagram I need that. Was it in the stickies? I did not see it.
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