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Old 04-05-2009, 05:38 PM   #1
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Default tuning potentiometer??

Hi guys, I just changed my '93 36v club car from resistor to solid state. Installed a raptor motor, heavy duty solenoid, 4awg cables, g.e 500 amp controller, potentiometer (I've been told it was for an eazy go?) got 'em from cart zone. My dilemma is: when I hit the pedal slightly, enough to hear the micro swith (potentiometer's) kick in & the solenoid, it starts to do a jerking move, like it wants to haul but, so when you start off it does this, almost think your gonna pop a wheely, once its taken off it runs fine & fast. Is there an adjustment I'm suppose or can do? do I have a cable reverse?, it's obviously not normal at low speed to be jerking. You can also see the motor like it wants to come of the rear end. Please help.

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