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Unread 06-22-2011, 08:09 AM   #1
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Default Run time / Distace

I recently purchased a like new 2003 Club Car Pathway. New batteries but am only geting about 15 miles on flat ground run time. The cart is lifted and has 20 inch tires. Cart top speed is 21 mph. My guestion is : What should I be getting as far as distance and run time. I want something that will get at least double that distance but of course not at wide open 21 mph.
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Unread 06-22-2011, 08:13 AM   #2
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welcome to BGW......hard to answer there are a lot of variables here......every cart is going to be different but with good fully charged batteries you should get approx 20 to 22 miles between charges......your never gonna get 30 or 40 between charges at least not that i know of..............if you take the lift and tires off you might pick up 5 more miles but,ll you,ll lose maybe 5 your cutting your speed back....but there really is no 1 set answer to this question....................
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Unread 06-22-2011, 08:13 AM   #3
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Actual run Time?
not possible to say the actual drive time. When we dealers test batteries, we use a discharge machine that takes the batteries from a full charge down to the shutdown voltage of the cart (for example, on a 36 volt system, the cart is considered in "shut down" at 32.5 volts on the pack under load). The length of time it takes do do this, coupled with the ambient temperature, gives us a rough idea of the life of the battery pack (as well as points out any bad batteries in the pack). As a general rule of thumb, any discharge time above 80 minutes is considered fair, above 90 is considered good, and above 100 is considered very good. A brand new set, properly charged and broken in should discharge at approximately 110 minutes.
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