|06-07-2013, 10:05 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2013
Location: Beaumont, Texas
08/9 CC Precedent purchased
Actually I am not sure of which year model that they said this was. Guess it didn't really matter anyways - Its a 08 or 09. 14 inch wheels. 6 - 8V batteries. Its on "order", meaning they have to swapped the bodies cause I wanted RED. I purposely didn't order anything else. I think I am going to like doing this myself but leading to many questions.
What kind of 48 to 12 voltage reducer. One of the ones I was looking at was 10 amps...seen others, more expensive up to 30 amps. If you were to ask me what I am going to hook up(I would) is most likely some kind of radio - really not sure. Not sure how many watts...Guess that would help figure out what size of reducer wouldn't it:) Stock radios are around 10 watts or so...may not be big enough - so how big could I go on 10AMPs?
Also thinking about a dash mounted power meter. Seen them for around 25-30 bucks. Seem right? None seem to have wire sold with them. What size wire should I use? Does the wire run from the batteries(plus minus) to the dash and how/best way to route the wire?
Also thinking about some sort of front bumper/brush guard. Preferences / prices I should expect to pay. Easy to install?
For now, I am not thinking of doing anything on the performance side. May look at that later after I build up my pocket book again.
I guess that is it for now. I am sure I am not the first newbie to ask these types of questions.
Waiting on Tuesday to get here to go pick up.
Thanks in advance.
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|06-08-2013, 10:39 AM||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2009
Re: 08/9 CC Precedent purchased
As for reducers, go big. Scottyb on here sells a good 30 amp model on his website (cartsunlimited.net).
Sccottyb also sells an excellent digital SOC meter. Each meter comes with a diagram with what size wire to use.
As for brush guards, I put one on my first cart, and it was a very easy install.
Just two bolts. I think I bought it on eBay from some company...
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