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Old 09-20-2021, 01:33 PM   #1
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Hello All

I bought a club car 93 36V electric cart about 2 months ago. I have always enjoyed tinkering with cars but with my medical issues I am limited, so I decided to try out golf carts. Not knowing anything about carts other in my younger days was load up a friend a cooler and a few beers and run up and down a golf course that was it. I got this cart for $400. No batteries paint was scuffed up, stress cracks in body and frame for batteries was deteriorated. No top or windshield. I took 3 12V batteries just to see if it would run and it did, so I bought it for a project. I started upgrades with a Precedent top I bought used and it had the back strut bars on it for $50. Then I found out it wasn't meant to go on my ds but a little modification it is great. I put on a 6" spindle lift which was a little challenging just because a lot of bolts were seized up but got it in place as well. I put 12" ss rims with 22" wheels on it dressed it up very well . Tires also increased my speed about 3 MPH which it needs. I was about 12-13 MPH straight away and 8-9 uphill. I then installed a deluxe light kit, dash cover, and a new floor mat. All the while doing these little things I have been discussing with Scotty B about upgrades for my resistor system. After a few emails we decided for my needs would be a Pkg. C54 runs on 36 now and 48 volts later
kit includes the off-road capable 500 amp Alltrax programmable SR control, a 400 amp super duty solenoid, & the throttle pedal kit & Super Duty SW202 ​Reversing Contactors , and 2g cable set. $1500 pretty much. I am running still on 36V will convert to 48V soon, which in the pkg a extra resistor for when you change to 48V. I took the front and rear body off and it is in paint booth being painted as of now. Waiting for them to be done so I can put her back together to see finished product. I highly recommend consulting ang getting your motor and upgraded packages from carts unlimited/ scottyb. Awesome customer service and very prompt on answering any questions or trouble shooting any problems. I will post some pics
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Old 09-21-2021, 04:39 AM   #2
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Default Re: Scotty B C54 Club DS Package

Looking good!
What other modifications are you planning?
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Old 09-21-2021, 09:11 AM   #3
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I appreciate the compliment. I will go up to 48V for sure. I have the body being painted and a lot of small accessories I will be adding. I also replaced a couple of aluminum angle brackets due to battery acid deuterating them. I have put a good deal of money in this project and definitely learned a lot with the club car. I will add more pics soon when it is done.
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Old 09-22-2021, 02:54 PM   #4
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Looking good, Deleye! Can't wait to see it "finished". (It never is you know!)

Before you buy new 48 volt batteries later, consider going lithium. Other than higher cost, there are no downsides of doing so.

Besides, you can't take it with you! LOL
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Old 10-11-2021, 03:42 PM   #5
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Hey Tom

Did you get 1 48 Volt lithium battery or 4? What brand sir?
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Hey Tom

Did you get 1 48 Volt lithium battery or 4? What brand sir?
I got the Eco Battery 48 volt, 72 Ah kit. It is a single battery with one bms. Much better than multiple drop in batteries. I am well pleased with it. Some details are in my signature below.

Eco Battery is a sponsor now and are prepared to help with any problems we have here. With zero problems on mine, I didn't need any help.

There is a backorder on all of the EB batteries until Nov. 1. You can get on the waiting list if you want.
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Old 10-14-2021, 03:05 PM   #7
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I believe that is the way to go. It will definitely be worth it in the long run. I have a G16 Yamaha I am trying to fix up for my daughter. I believe the controller is bad. Do you know anybody on this forum that can help me find a stock controller. Really not looking for any upgrades or conversions just want to be able to hook it right up to stock system and roll
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I believe that is the way to go. It will definitely be worth it in the long run. I have a G16 Yamaha I am trying to fix up for my daughter. I believe the controller is bad. Do you know anybody on this forum that can help me find a stock controller. Really not looking for any upgrades or conversions just want to be able to hook it right up to stock system and roll
I know little about Club Cars and nothing about Yamaha's! Try starting a thread in the Yamaha section. You'll get all the help you need there I'm sure. You may find going to an Alltrax to be cheaper than going to a stock controller. If you get one designed for the Yamaha, it should be plug and play.
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I would never replace a controller with another stock one. Always go with something like Alltrax. Much more flexible and they have a very good reputation for reliability.
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