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Unread 05-21-2010, 02:23 PM   #61
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Where did you get yours scuba and what are those called do you know?

Also, I tested my motor and it is good! Woohoo! Two wrenches from here on out fa sho!
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Unread 05-21-2010, 03:05 PM   #62
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Where did you get yours scuba and what are those called do you know?

Also, I tested my motor and it is good! Woohoo! Two wrenches from here on out fa sho!
That's good to hear. Glad you didn't ruin that new motor. That would have been a nightmare for sure.
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Unread 05-21-2010, 05:00 PM   #63
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Where did you get yours scuba and what are those called do you know?

Also, I tested my motor and it is good! Woohoo! Two wrenches from here on out fa sho!
Once again, when I received my cart from my CC dealer it came with the fold down rear seat as well as the supports. I'm assuming they are all CC factory equipment. TahoeDawg could shed some light on this as well. Just look at some of my pictures in the signature link to view it.
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Unread 05-22-2010, 10:13 AM   #64
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I am taking all my batteries out today, installing solenoid, cleaning up all the "innerds" of my cart, installing alt. power plug, and basically fiddling around while waiting on my part to get here! I am soo tired of waiting, only got a few more days. Anybody got any suggestions as to other things I can do while waiting??? May power wash under carriage...
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Unread 05-23-2010, 09:23 AM   #65
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2 days till my circuit board gets here. I had fun yesterday piddling with my buggy. I took out all batteries and deep cleaned the battery tray and all components inside the cart. Took the floor mats up and cleaned out sand and grass underneath. I finished hooking up the 4ga wires from controller to motor and from controller to solenoid. I color coded all wires with colored electrical tape so I know exactly where each wire goes and it is easy to see what goes together. I installed a rearview mirror from a ford truck on my canopy that turned out nicely. Bought me an Alabama flag to fly off the back and put it on. Checked all my wires for wear and replaced some here and there. That baby is clean as a whistle and ready to roll! I did not install the extra power port as I could not figure out where I wanted to put it and since I haven't decided on a dash kit or just the dash doors I will wait on that.
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Unread 05-23-2010, 10:01 AM   #66
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I have put the power outlet in the glove box and that worked out well for cell phone charging .....
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Unread 05-23-2010, 10:47 AM   #67
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2 days till my circuit board gets here. I had fun yesterday piddling with my buggy. I took out all batteries and deep cleaned the battery tray and all components inside the cart. Took the floor mats up and cleaned out sand and grass underneath. I finished hooking up the 4ga wires from controller to motor and from controller to solenoid. I color coded all wires with colored electrical tape so I know exactly where each wire goes and it is easy to see what goes together. I installed a rearview mirror from a ford truck on my canopy that turned out nicely. Bought me an Alabama flag to fly off the back and put it on. Checked all my wires for wear and replaced some here and there. That baby is clean as a whistle and ready to roll! I did not install the extra power port as I could not figure out where I wanted to put it and since I haven't decided on a dash kit or just the dash doors I will wait on that.
I put my 12v Power Port inside the wire panel on the dash. This way it doesn't matter if you do or don't put a dash on your unit... but by the looks of things... I'm sure you will

I also have another one on the inside of the panel to the right where I have a 400 watt inverter.
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Unread 05-25-2010, 05:25 PM   #68
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I'm gonna need brakes!!!
This thing is crazy powerful! I put the new circuit board on today and took her out for a spin. I hated getting it dirty after I detailed it all up, but I took it up the road to a big powerline and tested the torque and agility. This thing is silly fast and mega torquey! I couldnt get a true flat ground speed cause I ran out of room, but I will tell you this... I was hauling 26mph steady on a slight incline! I held 34 on a slight down grade! I think it runs steady around 27-28. I scared myself half to death when I hooked it up. I was expecting it not to run since I haven't been able to make it work the past two weeks and didnt whole heartedly believe I had it fixed right. I got in and put it in reverse as I was in my garage and mashed the pedal......... I chirped out and slung my dang head forward and threw out a HOLY **** this thing is BAD! Thanks BGW for all the help I have gotten the past few weeks. THis site is awesome and my addiction is in full swing. Can't wait to post pix of some new stuff I will be adding.
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Unread 05-25-2010, 05:36 PM   #69
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Awesome dude. That is some serious speed. Be careful on that booger!

And can I talk you out of the alabama flag and into a Texas A&M flag??
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Unread 05-25-2010, 06:03 PM   #70
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That is all I can respond with at this point.... Roll Tide!!!

SKM I love your buggy dude it is super clean and slick looking!
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