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Unread 04-07-2019, 10:45 PM   #21
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Default Re: 1997 club car ds 48 volt cart still bit slow with brand new batteries

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Well at least I know where I stand lol they will just have to wait on me or leave me hahaaha
Dodge we are just laughing in general, not laughing at you. You know me by now.

Report your speed and let's go from there. If it's really slow there may be a problem, but we can't diagnose it by you just saying others are faster than yours.
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Unread 04-07-2019, 11:29 PM   #22
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Ohhhh I know that Mooncarter...

For sure I know you and everyone here is to help thanks I will
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Unread 04-08-2019, 01:23 AM   #23
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Get an Alltrax 500, Beast,Admiral,or PQ Motor, HD Solinoid,2 gauge cables, and HD F/R switch.......

They will be waiting on you......
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Get an Alltrax 500, Beast,Admiral,or PQ Motor, HD Solinoid,2 gauge cables, and HD F/R switch.......

They will be waiting on you......

Sure, nice upgrades, but thatís where the whole fat wallet thing comes in handy!
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Roger that when you find a fat wallet please share hahah
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So just did a speed test on a 2 mile ride and it was average at 9 mph I think maybe it could be a accelerator pedal issue???
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Could be. First thing check tire air pressure.
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Is there a linkage cable or something I can tighten for better response underneath the cart?
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Did you check air pressure in all 4 tires?
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No not yet I will now
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