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Unread 01-25-2010, 03:06 PM   #11
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Everything works like a champ! I need to get one of the batteries replaced sometime soon, but other than that the cart runs really well. It gets up to almost 23 now with a tail wind lol. We used my buddy's truck to measure it Saturday.

If anyone needs any help with the DCX install or the software just lemme know. Learned a lot about these carts and controllers through trying to fix it.
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Unread 01-25-2010, 04:58 PM   #12
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Sorry to get away from your problem but in the trailer photos there is a low slung car of some kind and I'm wondering what it is?
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Unread 01-25-2010, 05:04 PM   #13
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Sorry to get away from your problem but in the trailer photos there is a low slung car of some kind and I'm wondering what it is?
It's actually a custom built roadster that my buddy Zach rebuilt. His grandpa built it from scratch back in the 80's and then he stretched, rebuilt, and put a bigger 4.3 Chevy V6 in it about 5 years ago.

Zach is the one who I built the grill/running boards with. His website : http://www.dailygrindfabrication.com/index.php
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Zack does great work and could you show us some pictures of roadster it really looks great. Couldnt find anything about it on his site?
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Zack does great work and could you show us some pictures of roadster it really looks great. Couldnt find anything about it on his site?
Yeah he's a great fabricator. I'll get him to post some more roadster pictures tonight when I go over to his house. They're actually redoing some stuff on it in preparation to give it as a gift back to his grandfather. It's painted Nissan Blue like how it originally was and some of the interior/exterior has changed.
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