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Unread 01-03-2014, 09:57 PM   #1
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Default 2007 CC DS 48 Volt

Looking to do a build on this cart any ideas would be appreciated.

6-8" lift
23-25" tires
Rear seat kit

What would be the best to keep torque and speed

It has 4-12v batteries now but they are on the way out.

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Unread 01-04-2014, 09:23 PM   #2
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Default Re: 2007 CC DS 48 Volt

Anybody? I have built several gas carts but would like some input on this electric
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Unread 01-04-2014, 09:29 PM   #3
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Default Re: 2007 CC DS 48 Volt

I would say convert it to run on 6-8volt batteries (longer run time and battery life). If you wanted to upgrade speed and torque, take a look at PlumQuick motor upgrades. http://www.plumquick.com/
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Default Re: 2007 CC DS 48 Volt

Go 8 -6 volt batteries for maximum run time with long travel front end
If it can fit
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Default Re: 2007 CC DS 48 Volt

^^What they said, plus talk to Scottyb about cables and a controller, give him the specs that you're going to build your cart to and tell him what you want out of it performance wise, and he can hook you up.
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Default Re: 2007 CC DS 48 Volt

Thanks for the ideas, I wanted to convert to 6-8 volt batt but didn't know what all needed to be done.
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Default Re: 2007 CC DS 48 Volt

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Thanks for the ideas, I wanted to convert to 6-8 volt batt but didn't know what all needed to be done.
There is a kit out there you can buy to swap the battery configuration on CC so they will fit correctly unless you can weld aluminum? I have never seen it but have talked to dealers who have installed it.
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There is a kit out there you can buy to swap the battery configuration on CC so they will fit correctly unless you can weld aluminum? I have never seen it but have talked to dealers who have installed it.
. . . from CC, it ain't cheap . . and it is just a few nuts/bolts and aluminum angle pieces and cables. . . seen one my local CC dealer was trying to "clearance" out for about $100 or so because someone ordered it and never picked it up . . I believe it retails around $200 or so . . . Tahoe would probably have an idea of price . .

. . here's one on eBay:

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. . . from CC, it ain't cheap . . and it is just a few nuts/bolts and aluminum angle pieces and cables. . . seen one my local CC dealer was trying to "clearance" out for about $100 or so because someone ordered it and never picked it up . . I believe it retails around $200 or so . . . Tahoe would probably have an idea of price . .

. . here's one on eBay:

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Is anything from the CC or Ezgo cheap ????
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Unread 01-05-2014, 09:10 PM   #10
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Default Re: 2007 CC DS 48 Volt

So once I fit the extra 2 batteries and add a couple of cables, is there anything I need to know or what I don't need to do?

Also mine is a 2007 is it a IQ cart? And does it have the braking on it?
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