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Unread 09-03-2009, 11:55 PM   #1
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Question Thinking of buying a 1994 EZGO?

Hey I am thinking about buying a 1994 EZGO electric golf cart. The guy says it has good batteries. How fast does one of these go and how long does the battery last? (Sorry no model number, just image)



Any info on these (Even comments) Is greatly appreciated! He wants $995 which I think is a really good deal (Even though its not in perfect condition)

Good Deal or Bad deal?
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Unread 09-04-2009, 12:07 AM   #2
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Hey I am thinking about buying a 1994 EZGO electric golf cart. The guy says it has good batteries. How fast does one of these go and how long does the battery last? (Sorry no model number, just image)



Any info on these (Even comments) Is greatly appreciated! He wants $995 which I think is a really good deal (Even though its not in perfect condition)

Good Deal or Bad deal?
'94 medalist. Good deal... Lots of stuff from the TXT will interchange.
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How fast would this go?
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14mph like all the rest until you sink $ in em
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14mph like all the rest until you sink $ in em
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Any advice on where to get a speed kit for this model?
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Btw, thanks for the expert help

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Any advice on where to get a speed kit for this model?
It's a series system, so the options are unlimited. Start with the site sponsors...
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Awesome, Will do.
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Unread 09-04-2009, 05:24 AM   #10
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Hmmm, sorry to jump late on this... what is the condition of the frame? those models came with the main tubing opened at the front right behind the front tires and all sort of dirt likes to stay inside along with moisture... this makes the frame easily rusted from the inside...
If passes eye inspection on the frame, go for it, otherwise few hundreds less will help you out restoring that frame.

Also you will need the front cowl cap -sponsors carry this-.
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