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Old 07-10-2008, 09:09 PM   #1
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Default 2000 48 volt club car not to fast Why?

I have a 48v 2000 CC with 2 yr old batteries that hold a good charge Top speed is 10 mph per GPS I have a Curtis PMC 235 amp 1204-411 controller with a 3.10 hp electric motor Is there anything stopping it from going faster.
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Old 07-11-2008, 08:46 PM   #2
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Default Re: 2000 48 volt club car not to fast Why?

12 mph was about top speed on a stock cart and what i see is stock parts .... you can put high speed gears in it and gain 8 MPH or change motor to a 5.5 or bigger and up controller to 400 amp or bigger with 22" tires you should get 20 to 22 MPH.....look at top of page left side on 2'nd blue bar and click site sponsors there are sites with prices of these parts
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Thanks just thought it would be faster like my stock 36 v EZGO
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Default Re: 2000 48 volt club car not to fast Why?

you should be getting closer to 12 mph. For throttle does it have the V-shaped resistor board, or the box under the floorboard?
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Old 07-12-2008, 07:19 AM   #5
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Default Re: 2000 48 volt club car not to fast Why?

will look when I get back in town just having the lift and 10" tires miake it seem better. I am putting new 4 ga battery cable on all batteries and was wondering if I should replace al the color factory cable with 4 ga that lead to the controller and motor. good thread posted same day about speed and controller
2000 club car, new batts, new controller,still very slow
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Default Re: 2000 48 volt club car not to fast Why?

All of the main voltage wires have to be 4 ga for it to do anything, the little control wires dont matter
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there is a rod from the gas pedal with a fork on the pedal side and it goes in to a box on pass side i-beam frame called a POTENTIOMETER the fork becomes wore on the pedal side so in sense yo are only getting 90% of your throttle the rod can be replaced and they are cheap to replace just a few bucks they are made of alum. and wear so over a long time your cart will slow down and you might not see it till you GPS your cart and it is common on ds carts bought from country clubs as playing golf the pedal is used 100's of times a day ...we replace them on all the cart we get in to make sure to get 100 % throttle
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will check it out
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