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Unread 03-24-2016, 04:56 PM   #51
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And also the 3 plugs?ImageUploadedByTapatalk1458852981.252595.jpg


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Unread 03-24-2016, 05:05 PM   #52
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I also found some other things underneath. Can anyone tell me what the box is for?Attachment 133283Attachment 133284Attachment 133285


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First two pictures are of the factory voltage reducer. Third picture is of the OBC, or On Board Computer. This controls the charging of the cart

Those other plugs are from the extra accessories that the cart had when it was a Pathway
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So do I need an additional voltage reducer or is this one hooked up and ready to go?


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I got headlights to install. Got a 30volt reducer or will the factory one work?


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Since this cart originated as a 2003 Pathway, do I need to disconnect the factory voltage reducer prior to installation of the 30v reducer I got?
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Since this cart originated as a 2003 Pathway, do I need to disconnect the factory voltage reducer prior to installation of the 30v reducer I got?
Is it actually still connected to anything? Since your car doesn't have lights or anything of that nature left I don't see a use for it. If you're going with a 48v-12v reducer I'd just pull the factory one
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CCFanatic, i was looking at your DS build thread. Did you have any trouble with the new LED lights after they were replaced?
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CCFanatic, i was looking at your DS build thread. Did you have any trouble with the new LED lights after they were replaced?
I have gone through three sets of the LED lights themselves. First ones lasted a good 5 months. Then they sent me another set, lasted about a month or so. They sent me two of the "redesigned" LED lights which lasted exactly one month to the date. So, would I recommend them, nope. That reminds me, I need to reach back out to them again and just get some halogens
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I think I am going to just do the speed code 4 for now. Hopefully taking the cart to a CC dealer not too far from my house Thursday. I'm off for the rest of the week! Plans are to cut out the holes, mount the headlights, and voltage reducer. I decided to go the speed code route for a couple reasons.
1. I don't need mid 20's speed. YET!
2. I want to upgrade the controller, and solenoid, and cables all the way around. However, I need a rear seat first.
3. The Speed code will be $100 from my CC dealer
I'll update my build thread with pics as I cut apart the car!
I like the regen braking and don't want to lose it with the magnet at this point.
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Looking at getting these wheels and tires. They r dirty. Need cleaned. Almost all tread left. They will sell them for $200 for wheels and tires. 10inch wheels. Ok deal or too much?


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