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Unread 07-10-2014, 07:31 PM   #31
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Lol that sounds like us at the lake. Ha ha!
Been a lifetime since I was down in Lafayette; used to work for Kilgore Marine a supply boat company based out of Lafayette. And I used to live with an older gal who's Daddy used to manf boudin; don't know what was better the sex or the boudin.....
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Unread 07-10-2014, 08:44 PM   #32
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Been a lifetime since I was down in Lafayette; used to work for Kilgore Marine a supply boat company based out of Lafayette. And I used to live with an older gal who's Daddy used to manf boudin; don't know what was better the sex or the boudin.....
LOL budain for sure
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Unread 07-11-2014, 11:55 AM   #33
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I "bought" Speed Code 4 and was only getting 16.7mph. I went with a Plum Quick Executioner. Using the stock controller, 12" Fairway wheels with 18.25" low profile tires, I get just over 30mph on flat ground on a fresh charge. The cart handles great too. I can "flat foot" one of our neighborhood "T" intersections. That gets the adrenalin pumping. I often run 10+ miles without recharging. I don't cruise flat out, but usually run around 20mph at partial throttle. I added seatbelts.

Quick plug for Outback Fabricators as well for my Big Buck Rack. Looks great and I use it all the time.
Where did you find front seatbelts for a CC Precedent? I have looked everywhere with a not luck. They will fit everything but Precedent.
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Unread 07-25-2014, 01:40 AM   #34
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Where did you find front seatbelts for a CC Precedent? I have looked everywhere with a not luck. They will fit everything but Precedent.
I have a 2010 CC Precedent with all 4 seat belts on it (2 front 2 rear). The dealer in Mississippi (Gulf Coast Golf Carts) put them on for my when I ordered my cart, the majority of the add-ons came from MADJAX so I assume the seat belts did as well. The seat belts just bolt up to a seat belt bar that they connect to the seat supports. I can't post links yet but check mymadjax.com and look under the "safety, street and course" section for the kits. The retractable belts are excellent and a nice piece of mind when I ride the kids on my cart.
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Unread 07-25-2014, 07:02 AM   #35
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Do a google search for "Vigilante Power System".
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Unread 07-25-2014, 08:19 AM   #36
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I have a 2010 CC Precedent with all 4 seat belts on it (2 front 2 rear). The dealer in Mississippi (Gulf Coast Golf Carts) put them on for my when I ordered my cart, the majority of the add-ons came from MADJAX so I assume the seat belts did as well. The seat belts just bolt up to a seat belt bar that they connect to the seat supports. I can't post links yet but check mymadjax.com and look under the "safety, street and course" section for the kits. The retractable belts are excellent and a nice piece of mind when I ride the kids on my cart.
I looked with them and they only have one's for the front seat that require a rear seat to mount to. The rear seat install replaces the roof supports and the kit would mount to that.
I did finally find a kit for front seats that have to have the factory basket to install, I.E no rear seat. Looks like they mount under the back rest but not sure. Really wish other dealers were as detailed as the one you listed.
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I get a lot of great information off this site but have never posted before but after reading some comments I ordered the speed code 5 programmer, man was I was pleasantly surprised. Before the install I was at 14.7 mph after the install, which only took about 30 seconds, 23.6 mph. In my opinion not bad for less than a minutes worth of work. Now on to the lift and larger tires to see if I can get anymore out of it.
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Unread 07-26-2014, 01:08 PM   #38
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I get a lot of great information off this site but have never posted before but after reading some comments I ordered the speed code 5 programmer, man was I was pleasantly surprised. Before the install I was at 14.7 mph after the install, which only took about 30 seconds, 23.6 mph. In my opinion not bad for less than a minutes worth of work. Now on to the lift and larger tires to see if I can get anymore out of it.
Mine will only do 20mph with the larger tires and back seat. Not sure which speed code they put in I'm sure the fastest one though since they know that's what most people want for general neighborhood use. I think the bigger wheels and added weight make the torque of the motor feel weaker (as it should). I only have the stock motor and controller 250 amp and 6 awg wires. I plan on someday getting either #4 or #2 wires, 500 amp controller and a Plum Quick purple Bandit motor from Robby. Hope to get about 25 mph and a butt load more torque from it.
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Mine will only do 20mph with the larger tires and back seat. Not sure which speed code they put in I'm sure the fastest one though since they know that's what most people want for general neighborhood use. I think the bigger wheels and added weight make the torque of the motor feel weaker (as it should). I only have the stock motor and controller 250 amp and 6 awg wires. I plan on someday getting either #4 or #2 wires, 500 amp controller and a Plum Quick purple Bandit motor from Robby. Hope to get about 25 mph and a butt load more torque from it.
You probably have the speed code 4 that is the fastest club car factory setting, I hear it will put you around 19.5mph. The speed code 5 is an after market programmer, gaminde.net/code%205.html , supposedly with 22" tires their test car does in the area of 26-27mph. The programmer has an option for more speed or more torque, I havent tried the torque setting but the speed setting I was surprised how much I got out of it. I generally use mine just around the farm and running to the neighbors house, mostly on relatively flat terrain. I may at some point upgrade the motor and controller but for now I am happy with it.
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I completed lift with 23" tires. Hit 30mph down hill with 2 adult guys. Mainly cruises about 22-23mph now on flat ground.
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