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Unread 09-17-2009, 03:13 PM   #21
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Is this difficult to do?

My 99 Yammi is 36 volts and I was thinking (I smell something burning) Since I need new batteries anyway, should I go ahead and convert it to 48 Volts?

Is this a big deal, cost wise?
Looks like a prime candidate for a Craigslist sale?

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Unread 09-17-2009, 03:15 PM   #22
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Hey Steve try posting this ? to http://www.buggiesgonewild.com/electric-yamaha/
Na, its not that big of a deal. I was just curious.

I am not ready to do it, I was just wondering of it was worth the effort.

Thanks though.
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Unread 09-17-2009, 03:17 PM   #23
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Looks like a prime candidate for a Craigslist sale?
Na I really like the old cart.

I want to fix this one for my wife and get me a gas one later. She likes this one because it is quiet.
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Unread 09-17-2009, 03:19 PM   #24
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I bought a 1991 CC tourall electric 36v last weekend. I paid 1500 for it. It came with a 5'' lift, extended rear platform, headlights/tailights, 22'' tires and black wheels, black paint and University of Tennessee seat cover (I wanted it for tailgating to it's perfect. I added some UT stickers and drove it all around campus for the last game. It has new Energizer (I know they're cheap) batteries and all 4ga wires. When those batteries die I'm going to go to 48v. A local shop sells the T-875's for $100 each.

Anyway, I thought that the cart was a 2000 model. It looks brand new, but I didn't check the serial number because I didn't know what to look for. When I found out it was a '91 I was kindof peeved, but I discovered that, because of the particular model, it will be super easy to mod. It has a curtis 1204-015controller and vglide stock.

I need more torque for the hills, and I was able to pick up a Alltrax 4845 controller off of ebay for $189 and order a MZJ 200 solenoid for $60 and will be able to swap those in no problem. From what I've read, adding that controller should give me a good deal more torque. I may be happy with the performance at 36v for a while - we'll see! If not, I may start by getting plumb to build me a torque 36v motor.
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Unread 09-17-2009, 05:22 PM   #25
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Is this difficult to do?

My 99 Yammi is 36 volts and I was thinking (I smell something burning) Since I need new batteries anyway, should I go ahead and convert it to 48 Volts?

Is this a big deal, cost wise?
Is you Yammi a series cart or a regen cart? If it's series it can't be any different than my EZ-Go conversion. Controller, HD solenoid, 4g cables, charger (or gorno's $50 dumb solution), HD buss bars, batteries. And a new voltage gauge if you have one.

DO IT! You won't regret it!
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Unread 01-13-2011, 10:40 AM   #26
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I bought my 92 CC DS two years ago for $800 with automatic charger. Had no problems with it until an accidental backwards battery hook up. It has been driven daily for the past two years to and from the daycare and golfcourse driving range (approx. 3miles to either from my house) plus all over the neighborhood and it has given no issues. I think 3K for a 1990 is way too much for a stock cart. just my opinion.
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