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Unread 03-18-2019, 09:05 AM   #1
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question for you guys I have a lithium set up in my cart and I have 2 48 volt 50ah packs and it runs great
my question is do you think one of these packs (48 volt 50 ah ) would work in a 2011 precedent 48 volt to use for a guy that plays golf if so just guessing how many rounds of gulf do you think he could play 9 or 18 holes

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Unread 03-18-2019, 09:15 AM   #2
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from my experience with my 120AH cart, you should get one sold round of golf with a 50AH pack but probably not two.
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Unread 03-18-2019, 09:44 AM   #3
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[QUOTE=Volt_Ampere;1596550]from my experience with my 120AH cart, you should get one sold round of golf with a 50AH pack but probably not two.[/QUOTEI
sounds like he will need two packs like I have if he wants more run time
thanks for the help
do you think I need to up grade anything else on his cart itís a bone stock precedent
on mine I have everything HD
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Unread 03-18-2019, 10:17 AM   #4
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My cart's a Yamaha. I smoked the motor in short order after going with a 52V Lithium setup but Hitachi motors are known to be crap.
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My cart's a Yamaha. I smoked the motor in short order after going with a 52V Lithium setup but Hitachi motors are known to be crap.
the motor ,controller,solenoid and cables are all stock in the precedent the guy owns
my cart is all HD and have 2 gauge cables as well
the battery pacs I have are 48 volt and with a maximum charge of 50 volts
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Unread 03-18-2019, 10:59 AM   #6
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My pack is nominal 52 so it goes quite a bit higher on a full charge. (a tad over 57V) My stock controller did not like that so I went with Altrax. Since I had to make new cables, I upgraded them too. It's been reliable going on three years now.
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My pack is nominal 52 so it goes quite a bit higher on a full charge. (a tad over 57V) My stock controller did not like that so I went with Altrax. Since I had to make new cables, I upgraded them too. It's been reliable going on three years now.
so do you think the precedent stock everything would be ok with 48 volt, max charge 50 volt
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Unread 03-18-2019, 11:30 AM   #8
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With ease. I have a Volt pack in my nephews cart. Been there for over a year. All stock.
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With ease. I have a Volt pack in my nephews cart. Been there for over a year. All stock.
so I guess it would be safe to put two 48 volt packs in parallel in so he could have more run time to play golf
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No difference at all except longer range (amp-hours). The 50.1v pack is less than you had with a fully charged FLA batteries which were at 50.9v fully charged.
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