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Unread 01-22-2010, 08:34 PM   #21
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I installed the new motor and put on new low profile 10" tires and wheels. I hit 30.1 MPH once but, it is consistently 27-28 MPH with the stock controller. I will let you guys know if this motor builder wants his info out there or not. I have never received this kind of customer service even from a store front.
Glad to hear it! Is the Regen Braking off as well, (doesn't feel like something is trying to slow you down when your foot comes off the gas pedal?)
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Unread 01-22-2010, 08:51 PM   #22
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I believe the Regen is disabled as well.
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Unread 01-22-2010, 09:07 PM   #23
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I believe the Regen is disabled as well.
Well all in all it seems that the motor might have been the culprit in the first place, and a problem can happen with shipping sometimes. This builder took care of his problem like a professional should so hats off to him. And your results sound terrific as well. Is he located in Florida?
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Unread 01-22-2010, 09:17 PM   #24
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Yes.
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dtkana - did you, by chance, try the replacement motor with the ORIGINAL controller, or was it only with the newer one you replaced it with?

I have a VERY similar problem, and have already committed to getting a PQ Bandit, but was hoping to eliminate the controller as a potential issue to my 8mph problem. Added to the strangeness of my own problem is the fact that the regen appears to be disabled (no slowing on downhills) -- is that even possible with a factory motor/controller set to 1????
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dtkana - did you, by chance, try the replacement motor with the ORIGINAL controller, or was it only with the newer one you replaced it with?

I have a VERY similar problem, and have already committed to getting a PQ Bandit, but was hoping to eliminate the controller as a potential issue to my 8mph problem. Added to the strangeness of my own problem is the fact that the regen appears to be disabled (no slowing on downhills) -- is that even possible with a factory motor/controller set to 1????
read this 06 CC Precedent Acceleration Problem
Sounds like U may have a bad speed sensor.
Read the part on page 2 from a mail Tahoe Dawg sent out about testing speed sensor .
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Thanks Gleemo - so if the speed sensor is bad - according to multiple threads and even this one, the PQ Bandit will fix the issue since it bypasses/tricks the speed sensor, right?
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Thanks Gleemo - so if the speed sensor is bad - according to multiple threads and even this one, the PQ Bandit will fix the issue since it bypasses/tricks the speed sensor, right?
Call Robbie 803-548-7205 at PQ and ask ,
make sure U tell them U suspect the speed sensor on your cart is bad !
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curious what name brand is your motor or where did you get it ? What makes a speed sensor go bad ? i just had the same problem .
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I installed the new motor and put on new low profile 10" tires and wheels. I hit 30.1 MPH once but, it is consistently 27-28 MPH with the stock controller. I will let you guys know if this motor builder wants his info out there or not. I have never received this kind of customer service even from a store front.
Soooooo.... who did the motor come from ?
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