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Old 05-09-2021, 06:44 PM   #1
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Default A New Type MCOR

Has anyone had any experience with the new heavy duty adjustable RTS MCOR being advertised...It is expensive but might be worth it if it lasts...
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Old 05-10-2021, 06:57 AM   #2
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Default Re: A New Type MCOR

Interesting. I wonder what David from Revolution Golf Cars thinks of these?

In addition, would wonder if these would work with aftermarket controllers? Specifically Alltrax.
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Old 05-12-2021, 08:50 AM   #3
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Interesting. I wonder what David from Revolution Golf Cars thinks of these?

In addition, would wonder if these would work with aftermarket controllers? Specifically Alltrax.
It's far more expensive than the MCOR4. I'm still partial to OEM parts whenever possible. I'm sure it's a good unit, I trust RHOX products, but I have no reason to stray from OEM at this time. The OEM version of the MCOR4 has proven to be pretty reliable. I think the aftermarket version has somewhat tainted it's reputation.
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Default Re: A New Type MCOR

The adjustment on these - does it adjust the the micro-switch cut in / out point and the pot (voltage) together or is it just one of those?

I imagine it adjusts both together, which I guess would allow you to remove the slop at the first part of the go pedal travel before the micro-switch clicks in?

If there was a way to adjust the micro-switch in / out point so that it could correspond to a low voltage read by the controller (say .3-.4v maybe) then it seems you may be able to use more of the pedal travel to modulate controller motor control -vs- a narrower band of it.

I have a Navitas controller, which at least lets you program the micro switch in / out voltage point, which on the 2 MCOR4's I have is right at 1v, but there is also about 2 inches of physical pedal travel before the switch clicks in / out. In theory it would be nice to have .3v-5v range for a smoother throttle response instead of 1v-5v, but I'm not sure it would make much difference in actual use.

Didn't know these existed - thanks to OP for posting.
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Default Re: A New Type MCOR

I emailed Wayne at Waynes Golf Carts...He has been using them for 2 yrs without any issues...They are about 200.00 for an mcor4 replacement which are around a hundred bucks for an oem version...You can get one for a DS for about 160.00 but you don't have to buy the conversion kit to a 4 that will cost more...If you have a Precedent pedal group 1 your stuck with a mcor2 for over 200.00 for an oem version..
I have put made in China and made in Mexico mcor's in a lot of carts..They all have their issues some last some don't and this one is probably made in China as well but might be worth a try if they get good reviews...
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It's far more expensive than the MCOR4. I'm still partial to OEM parts whenever possible. I'm sure it's a good unit, I trust RHOX products, but I have no reason to stray from OEM at this time. The OEM version of the MCOR4 has proven to be pretty reliable. I think the aftermarket version has somewhat tainted it's reputation.
Do you currently have Mcor1 to Mcor 4 conversion kit in Stock? 2011 DS, BTW? Thanks!
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I'd contact David directly, Johnny; I don't think he reads every post on here so you may not hear back from him for a while this way.
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Do you currently have Mcor1 to Mcor 4 conversion kit in Stock? 2011 DS, BTW? Thanks!
Yes, we always have these in stock.
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I'd contact David directly, Johnny; I don't think he reads every post on here so you may not hear back from him for a while this way.
Thanks. You're right. Unfortunately, I don't have much time to get online anymore.
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Stupid ? but how do you know which pedal group it is?
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