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Unread 04-22-2014, 09:52 PM   #11
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Yeah they did exactly what you said they read FAIR and if you have 2 cells like that in different batteries that's not good. I would perform a load test on those batteries that will tell you want your looking for.
I appreciate it. I will do that within the next couple of days and let y'all know the results.
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Unread 04-23-2014, 08:01 PM   #12
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Cart runs steady at 17.5mph on flat ground. Hit 18.1 on very slight downgrade. This makes be have to think that the cart is already on speed code #4, which would mean it is definitely lagging. But is there any way it could be reaching those speeds if on speed code 3?
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Unread 04-23-2014, 08:49 PM   #13
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No speed code 3 will do 16mph tops. Unless you have larger size tires other than stock. I was getting 18mph with a code 3 with 22" tires. I would say you have some week batteries. But make sure all connections are clean and tight.
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No speed code 3 will do 16mph tops. Unless you have larger size tires other than stock. I was getting 18mph with a code 3 with 22" tires. I would say you have some week batteries. But make sure all connections are clean and tight.
I have the stock 10" rims with 20" tires. All connections are spotless, tight, and have terminal protector spray on them. I'm just guessing they are weak. Guess it saves me $115 though since it's probably already in speed code 4
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If you have 20" tires and your doing 17-18 you might have a code 3. I was assuming you had stock tires.
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If you have 20" tires and your doing 17-18 you might have a code 3. I was assuming you had stock tires.
I was incorrect as my cart is completely stock I believe. They are 205/50-10 Kenda tires. Believe those are only 18" or so
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Unread 05-05-2014, 09:21 PM   #17
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Final update on old batteries. Was finally able to test it on the course today. Drove 2.0 miles to the course with two big hills, drove 18 holes with 2 people while climbing 3 big hills, and then 2.0 miles home. Still at 70.0% soc. Positive that batts are still good and that they could handle a radio as well.
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