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Unread 08-02-2009, 10:59 AM   #31
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B/H I am off work for the next 2-3 weeks. I would more than happy to stop by & help you install this thing. But the gas will be on you.
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Unread 08-02-2009, 12:19 PM   #32
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hahaha where are ya located?
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Unread 08-02-2009, 12:51 PM   #33
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Club Car has unique key switches. CC gave me a switch shortly after I bought my cart new back in 2003.
couldnt i replace it with any electronic key switch? anyone know the specs that the switch needs to have?
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Unread 08-02-2009, 03:02 PM   #34
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hahaha where are ya located?
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couldnt i replace it with any electronic key switch? anyone know the specs that the switch needs to have?
You will need a two-way switch, either a two-way key switch or a two-way toggle switch. It plays a big part in the wiring.
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Appeared to me to be single pole, single throw switch, just on and off. It will handle 48+ volts, but low amps. Each of two tab screws will bear 2-3 wires.
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You will need a two-way switch, either a two-way key switch or a two-way toggle switch. It plays a big part in the wiring.

wow, youre close haha. im working on the harness right now and its coming a logn a little bit but a few wires are tricky. but ya, how fast do you think the 48v 650amp with stock tires and gearing could go? PM me if you dont wanna post it.
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ITS ALIVE!!!!! and FAST! man, this thing has some torque
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ITS ALIVE!!!!! and FAST! man, this thing has some torque
Good deal. How many rpm's is it turing?
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ITS ALIVE!!!!! and FAST! man, this thing has some torque
What kind of speed?
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I wasn't thinking about rpms last night running it haha, I was having too much fun just going. I could do 29 at full throttle but I hit a small flat after topping a hill just right and got up to 32 before the regen kicked in and put me back at 29. I'll watch the rpms after I get home from work today and let ya know
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