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Unread 07-11-2015, 09:45 AM   #11
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Not quite two years. 21 MPH. Aside from an occasional backfire, no issues.
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Unread 07-15-2015, 01:29 AM   #12
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This is how I've had mine for 4 years. Govnor is still hooked up. As I recall, it cuts out at 3600 rpm. I can hit 24mph this way, or slide it off as in the picture and run it stock, when letting the dog take a ride, or the wife, or neighbor hood kids......
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By the way buggies gone wild club car and kawasaki do not recommend adjusting the governor or any part of your cart from the factory specs!
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4200 is where mine is set.
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Here's the fast method with the ziptie... like I said, I can move it to turbo, and put it in turtle mode for the dog or wife or kids......just waiting for a site Admin to express there opinion on the posting of the pictures for legal reasons.....so I will see that I do not recommend you to do this to your cart, and buggies gone wild and club car does not recommend the adjusting or m9difing, of any safety device!
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Here's the fast method with the ziptie... like I said, I can move it to turbo, and put it in turtle mode for the dog or wife or kids......just waiting for a site Admin to express there opinion on the posting of the pictures for legal reasons.....so I will see that I do not recommend you to do this to your cart, and buggies gone wild and club car does not recommend the adjusting or m9difing, of any safety device!

That looks simple enough. Did you have to tinker with how tight you set it?


My muffler is rusted Too, but not bad enough to pay $250 for one.
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Here's the fast method with the ziptie... like I said, I can move it to turbo, and put it in turtle mode for the dog or wife or kids......just waiting for a site Admin to express there opinion on the posting of the pictures for legal reasons.....so I will see that I do not recommend you to do this to your cart, and buggies gone wild and club car does not recommend the adjusting or m9difing, of any safety device!
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Unread 08-10-2015, 01:14 AM   #18
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Jeff sorry for taking so long to get back to you.... yess it took a few trys and slight adjustments to get he speed right, i still have my govn hooked up, so it will kick in, i had it to tight, and had to make a new one, from trial and error, got it to were i have it. good thing with the carryall, i can just pick up the bed, and move it.... muffler is a little rustyy from being a 99, and spending it life outside. im not that worried to pull it off, sand it down and hit it with some high temp paint..... its a muffler, not a door/or bumper, it gets a little toasty when runnnin full throttle at 24mph for a while!
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