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Unread 04-18-2012, 09:14 PM   #1
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I have a 2003 48v DS CC. Curious as to how far down the go pedal should go before the solenoid kicks in and it starts to move. Seems like I have to push pedal half way down before solenoid kicks and it starts to move. Also what should top speed be? GPS says 13MPH. Batteries are 2 yr old Trojans. With a 50.98v pack voltage after charging and setting.

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Unread 04-18-2012, 09:27 PM   #2
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I have a 2003 48v DS CC. Curious as to how far down the go pedal should go before the solenoid kicks in and it starts to move. Seems like I have to push pedal half way down before solenoid kicks and it starts to move. Also what should top speed be? GPS says 13MPH. Batteries are 2 yr old Trojans. With a 50.98v pack voltage after charging and setting.

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Top speed sounds about right . . is it an DS IQ? . . . if IQ, it can attain about 19mph with Speed Code 4 added to Controller at a cost of about $100 or so at local CC dealer . . .

As for GO PEDAL, there are threads on this and it's relationship with the MCOR shaft regarding wear where the two mesh . .

This thread may give you a starting point:

MCOR and GO Pedal Wear
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It is not an IQ just a plain DS. Any easy way to speed it up 3 or 4 MPH? Besides putting in a 36v motor or having this one redone?


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Good article. Will check things out tomorrow to see if thats my problem.

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. . . it is the easiest/cheapest fix and hopefully that is where you will find your problem . . if you find wear at these two parts, jury rig will make it functional or new GO PEDAL and MCOR shaft cost about $30 total for both and are about a 30 minute install . . . good luck! . . .
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