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Unread 06-02-2009, 08:24 AM   #1
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So I am looking to buy a new Alltrax controller for my 99 ez-go ,I have been told the 400 amp would pretty much do anything I need .They say these are programmable ,is this a pain in the but to program or pretty easy ? The model I was looking at is the DCX400 regen programmable ,is this the correct one for the 99 TXT ?
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Unread 06-02-2009, 08:30 AM   #2
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You need a $45 cable and a laptop PC .... Unless you want to try to do wheelies there is no need for a programable controller in my opinion.
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So if I don't need the programmable one ,which it doesn't sound like I want , just a liitle extra speed would be nice .I did put a larger motor in a couple of years ago and I want to make sure that won't be hard on the new controller I get .Could you suggest a part number for me Scott ,Cartzone seems to have quite a few so I will order one from them .
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So if I don't need the programmable one ,which it doesn't sound like I want , just a liitle extra speed would be nice .I did put a larger motor in a couple of years ago and I want to make sure that won't be hard on the new controller I get .Could you suggest a part number for me Scott ,Cartzone seems to have quite a few so I will order one from them .
Yep I'll be glad to.....but 1st we need to know what speed control system your cart has? Is it a series cart or PDS? Is the F&R switch a toggle on the dash or a lever by the seat?
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I believe it is a series cart ,the F&R lever is by the seat
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I would recommend the heavy duty GE controller because of the motor upgrade.
It is 500 amp with thermal protection .... You will need to upgrade to 4 ga. cables to get the full power. This controller will work with a 48v upgrade if you want to do so later on and the price is right.

New for Ezgo golf carts GE® Speed Controllers
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Tough and Rough these speed controllers power you cart and larger motors with out stopping. Thermal Protection, to handle the off road paths, and works great in hunting buggies. Can all so be used for more torque for cars with backseats, cargo beds or hilly terrain. Needs to be used with 4 gauge cables. 500 amp output but can peak up to 600 amps when you need the extra power. Works on 36 volt or 48 volt carts. Full 12 month warranty. We sale lots of these controllers and they speak for there self they work great.
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Right on Scott ,thanks for the info it looks like cartzone has these units so I will go with them .
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So will I have to update anything else besides the wires and does the GE unit bolt up to the same configuration as the stock unit ?
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Does this cart have a Run /Tow Maint switch on the controller cover? If not, then series (fleet). PDS didn't show up until model year 2000. So, if you have a 99 TXT it will either be a series/fleet cart or a DCS. Quickest way to tell is the toggle switch on the controller environmental cover.
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No toggle switch on the controller cover .
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