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Unread 08-21-2011, 08:55 AM   #11
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Default Re: REVIEW my Alltrax 500 programming --PLEASE

I have an 05 Precedent, DCX500 Alltrax and now a Bandit motor. I ran my current setting at 100% with the stock motor for a year before upgrading to the purple motor. It would throw rocks with the stock motor and leave marks on pavement with the Bandit. I knew I would be upgrading the motor at some time in the future, so I tried my best to burn up the stock motor. The motor did get a bit weaker over the year, but was still in good enough shape to trade in on the Bandit from Plum Quick. I have my brake current set at 80%, most of my other settings ar ethe same as yours. I haven't upgraded the motor cables to 2 gauge yet, but will do that this fall as the techs at Alltrax recommended the same thing to me.
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Unread 08-22-2011, 07:58 AM   #12
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I have an 05 Precedent, DCX500 Alltrax and now a Bandit motor. I ran my current setting at 100% with the stock motor for a year before upgrading to the purple motor. It would throw rocks with the stock motor and leave marks on pavement with the Bandit. I knew I would be upgrading the motor at some time in the future, so I tried my best to burn up the stock motor. The motor did get a bit weaker over the year, but was still in good enough shape to trade in on the Bandit from Plum Quick. I have my brake current set at 80%, most of my other settings ar ethe same as yours. I haven't upgraded the motor cables to 2 gauge yet, but will do that this fall as the techs at Alltrax recommended the same thing to me.
interesting at running with 100% current for a year ....

ok the break current is 80% what about throttle down rate.....
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Unread 08-22-2011, 08:23 AM   #13
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MIne is set at 4 on throttle up and 8 on throttle down. the manual recommends throttle down setting at twice that of throttle up if the throttle up setting is below 10 I believe. The factory setting when I got it was 5 on throttle up and 5 on throttle down. I've tried numerous settings on both and these settings seem to work best for me. I also had MCOR problems that were causing it to be real jumpy on the low end and soemtimes cut out on the top end. I changed the MCOR and those problems went away.
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Unread 08-22-2011, 08:34 AM   #14
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Default Re: REVIEW my Alltrax 500 programming --PLEASE

alltrax informed that the club car throttle doesn't go to 100% ( i was only getting 95-96) .

the tech made me a throttle response file that allowed the controller to see 100% ( i got 23-24 mpg with a stock motor this weekend)

the file is a close version of LINEAR RESPONSE..
and by the way using the custom file that came with the controller i also got jerkey throttle up's until i switched to LINEAR but lost top end untill the new file.

interesting to note my throttle up goes from 2 to 5 and then to 8. with no in between like the4 you have .....

wife was complaining so i finall went back down to 2 ( no spinning wheels)
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Unread 08-22-2011, 08:36 AM   #15
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i would like to cut open your defective MCOR to see how it ticks....

would be happy to pay shipping

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Unread 08-22-2011, 08:44 AM   #16
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Too late, I trashed it after replacing a few months ago. Sorry. the case looked a bit warped, my guess is from heat. There were instrcutions with the new one to drill vent holes in the housing around it. That was most likely for drainage purposes I am told.
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Unread 06-30-2014, 06:45 AM   #17
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Default Re: REVIEW my Alltrax 500 programming --PLEASE

Hello,
I was just wondering how well your cart responded, if your speed increased at all. Im mostly interested in torque performance. I will be doing the same upgrade soon.
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Unread 06-30-2014, 07:02 AM   #18
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Oops! Sorry, just read you got 23-24mph.
Nice!
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