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Unread 04-16-2019, 08:42 PM   #51
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Default Re: 1997 club car ds 48 volt cart still bit slow with brand new batteries

Sounds like the travel is good. Look closely and see if it is making good contact all the way up. It may be easier to remove one battery to do this. Also look for frayed wire in there. Make sure everything looks clean snug and smooth.
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Unread 04-16-2019, 08:42 PM   #52
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? What you think mooncarter
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Look above. LOL.
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Ahhhhhh my apologies.... overlooked it I guess I will look at it.
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Ahhhhhh my apologies.... overlooked it I guess I will look at it.
I had just logged on. We both posted at the same time.
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Soo it looks good to me nice and clean travel is smooth up and down as well
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Well I know I am not comparing apples to apples
But one of them has a 2003 ezgo and the other is a president 2007 I think and the other one is a 96 cc and same body style but I have not ridden with him yet again since I got new batteries
I am working om a 2014 Club car. with new batteries. This cart is still slower them all the other carts?
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I am working om a 2014 Club car. with new batteries. This cart is still slower them all the other carts?
It is probably your speed code setting. Tire size will effect it too.
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