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Unread 04-17-2012, 07:00 PM   #1
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Default 99 Club car Rev limiter

Hello everyone I am looking for a little help here. I have a 99 club car and just had the engine rebuilt this winter. I have a 6" spindle lift on the cart with 22X11X10 tires on it. When I took it out for a spin after I got it all back together I could only get 13-14 MPH out of it on a flat road. I do have the torque spring kit in the driven clutch but that is it as for mods to the engine. Should I expect more speed then that out of it? I did read the threads about unhooking the ground strap on the rev limiter and did that but I saw NO change in it. I do not have a tach on it yet so I did not want to get to extreme yet. What should I be looking for? I started out with 1 cart as a "toy" or "project" but now have 4 of them so I am sure I will be asking alot of questions for each of my carts as I build them up!
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Unread 04-18-2012, 12:01 AM   #2
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Default Re: 99 Club car Rev limiter

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Hello everyone I am looking for a little help here. I have a 99 club car and just had the engine rebuilt this winter. I have a 6" spindle lift on the cart with 22X11X10 tires on it. When I took it out for a spin after I got it all back together I could only get 13-14 MPH out of it on a flat road. I do have the torque spring kit in the driven clutch but that is it as for mods to the engine. Should I expect more speed then that out of it? I did read the threads about unhooking the ground strap on the rev limiter and did that but I saw NO change in it. I do not have a tach on it yet so I did not want to get to extreme yet. What should I be looking for? I started out with 1 cart as a "toy" or "project" but now have 4 of them so I am sure I will be asking alot of questions for each of my carts as I build them up!

Reconnect the limiter and zip tie the governor. If you choose to leave both disconnected add a tach. If you choose to ignore that simple information give me a call. I'm always in the market for blown engine carts
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