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Unread 08-17-2019, 01:51 PM   #1
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Default Finished my EZGO swap

Finished up my 301 swap today. I made some brackets for the club car roof out of some old chainlink top rail. Put a backseat off ?? on it, had to make the backrest. Ordered a new carb from Amazon, fitted it with an adjustable main. I tried with no choke, but added one later. To me it's nice to tweak it while driving if necessary. It runs great, way faster than I anticipated. It'll work just fine for cruising around our acreage. I appreciate all the help everyone on here provided during the process!!

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Unread 08-23-2019, 06:31 PM   #2
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Default Re: Finished my EZGO swap

Is this a clone engine? Can't tell. You say 301? Is that an ezgo engine? Looks like you got the 94c clutch. What engagement rpm are at? What are your puck weights?
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Unread 08-23-2019, 11:13 PM   #3
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Is this a clone engine? Can't tell. You say 301? Is that an ezgo engine? Looks like you got the 94c clutch. What engagement rpm are at? What are your puck weights?
It is a 94c clutch... 6 pucks are approximately 50g each. The engine is a HF Predator 301(honda clone). I haven't checked rpm.

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Gotcha! I thought I remembered the EZGO Robins twin was 295cc. Hows the power compared to stock? Does it feel better or similar?
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I can't say because I traded 2 cases of beer for a rolling chassis. The engine was missing. It's pretty fast since there is no governor.

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