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Unread 05-22-2019, 10:00 PM   #41
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See this is what i needed to hear



My CC is pretty straight forward with battery stuff.. and if i could put some lithium or Lipo batteries in it that would be decent.. I just get lost looking at all these wires and "BMS" **** yall always talk about.. its confusing lol



I have 8 6v batteries on my cart and i can literally drive it about 40miles before i get down to 49v (60ish%)

So im not sure if i want to get rid of what i know works


Yep. Keep what ya got.

At the same time my friend took a 6 month old pack out of his six month old cart and sold it for $600. Sold his factory controller for $300. Sold his charger for $200. Bought all the parts to convert to lithium for about $1500 with a high end Zeva BMS.

Cart now does 42. Insane acceleration, super fast charging, 350 pounds lighter, maintenance free, and will last 10-15 years before a $550 (today’s prices, still dropping) will be needed.


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Unread 05-23-2019, 06:43 AM   #42
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Yep. Keep what ya got.

At the same time my friend took a 6 month old pack out of his six month old cart and sold it for $600. Sold his factory controller for $300. Sold his charger for $200. Bought all the parts to convert to lithium for about $1500 with a high end Zeva BMS.

Cart now does 42. Insane acceleration, super fast charging, 350 pounds lighter, maintenance free, and will last 10-15 years before a $550 (today’s prices, still dropping) will be needed.


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I swapped cause my obc failed and batteries were 4 yrs old. Just have to sell the batteries and charger now.

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Unread 05-23-2019, 07:58 AM   #43
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Yep. Keep what ya got.

At the same time my friend took a 6 month old pack out of his six month old cart and sold it for $600. Sold his factory controller for $300. Sold his charger for $200. Bought all the parts to convert to lithium for about $1500 with a high end Zeva BMS.

Cart now does 42. Insane acceleration, super fast charging, 350 pounds lighter, maintenance free, and will last 10-15 years before a $550 (today’s prices, still dropping) will be needed.


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I did similar. Sold 2 year old batteries for $250 and charger for $200 and invested in my pack. It'll last me many years and worth the investment. NO MORE ACID TO CLEAN and NO MORE WATERING BATTERIES!!! That pays for for conversion itself.
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