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Unread 08-02-2008, 09:37 PM   #31
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Glad it is moving under it's own power. Is it slow at all speeds? OR missing top speed? Could be a v glide related problem
No she goes pretty good, however, slower at top speed going up hills. Goes like stink down hill. Reverse is really slow. Does the copper pieces inside have to be completely on the last unit once the peddle is to the floor? Thanks
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Unread 08-03-2008, 01:20 AM   #32
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You can adjust the throttle linkage to cover as much of the contactor as possible. You might have noticed that each one of the copper squares is bolted to a different wire on the backside of the V-glide. Each one of those wires goes to a different solenoid and each solenoid opens up a different speed. With the cart jacked up off the ground and the seat off; you should be able to hear each of the 5 solenoids click 'on' and then hear an increase in speed until the next one closes (comes 'on') and another increase in speed and so on. Make sure all of the speeds are working. Electric carts do slow on hills.
Stock CC use 18v reverse..... The power source for reverse comes from the middle of the pack (18v) not the end (36v) like forward. I saw one guy simply take the short reverse power cable and loop it back to the F&R where he got 36v without much effort on his part.
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You can adjust the throttle linkage to cover as much of the contactor as possible. You might have noticed that each one of the copper squares is bolted to a different wire on the backside of the V-glide. Each one of those wires goes to a different solenoid and each solenoid opens up a different speed. With the cart jacked up off the ground and the seat off; you should be able to hear each of the 5 solenoids click 'on' and then hear an increase in speed until the next one closes (comes 'on') and another increase in speed and so on. Make sure all of the speeds are working. Electric carts do slow on hills.
Stock CC use 18v reverse..... The power source for reverse comes from the middle of the pack (18v) not the end (36v) like forward. I saw one guy simply take the short reverse power cable and loop it back to the F&R where he got 36v without much effort on his part.
Thanks alot I will try that. You have been a great help and keep up the great work. Life is so fulfilling when you help others. I truely appreciate your help. Thanks Danny
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Unread 08-04-2008, 04:23 PM   #34
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I have a 1993 36v Club Car and would like to up-grade to a 400A Taylor Dunn controller that I came across. I have looked at the diagram that roady89 posted. I need to know how to find the information that explains what to add and what where to purchase it. In the diagram, I can see the you add a couple of switches and a diode. Can any one give me some detailed information on this subject. I called D&D Motor sales and they said I didn`t need a motor but a controller. I`m tired of getting ran over by the gas carts. Thank You
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Welcome to the forum elbucko51................
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Unread 08-04-2008, 07:27 PM   #36
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The controller and the potentiometer ( or what ever system you use) must be matched to work and the voltage must be within the controller's limits.
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Unread 08-06-2008, 08:37 PM   #37
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I have a 93 Club Car with the same wiper set up and I am trying to install a 400A Taylor-Dunn controller. older one, but its free. I found Roady`s diagram for the solid state controller but I need some directions along with the diagram. It looks like some resistors and a diode plus a couple of switches. I also need to know where the switches are to be installed on the cart. Values of resistors, diode? Pllease HELP!!!!!!!! Thank You!!!!!!!!!!!
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They sell a conversion kit for that v-glide. Retail $100 but, you can buy a pb-6 for about the same. And you can resell the v-glide to recoup some costs.
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OK. I bought the PB-6 but I cant find in the wiring diagrams for my 1992 Club Car, how to take out the v-wiper and install the PB-6 and the 400A controller.
Can someone please HELP! Thank You
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Scottyb I hope you are still out there. I have no instructions for the PB-6 or the controller
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