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Old 11-06-2008, 07:13 PM   #1
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I am thinking about picking up a Hyundai gas golf cart that cosmetic wise is in great shape but the motor is out and sitting on the rear of the cart. So my question is what motor came in these carts, what is the easiest motor to replace it with or are there parts available to fix the stock motor(do not know what is wrong with it)? The only other option is not to bother with it, but I have caught a cart bug after buying the first 2 weeks ago which is almost ready for paint.

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Old 11-06-2008, 08:08 PM   #2
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I am thinking about picking up a Hyundai gas golf cart that cosmetic wise is in great shape but the motor is out and sitting on the rear of the cart. So my question is what motor came in these carts, what is the easiest motor to replace it with or are there parts available to fix the stock motor(do not know what is wrong with it)? The only other option is not to bother with it, but I have caught a cart bug after buying the first 2 weeks ago which is almost ready for paint.

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Hey Doc...The engines were a Suzuki. I can't tell you were to get engine replacement parts, sorry. I know most of the engines "granaded" when the cam came apart or the cheap stamped valve rockers came loose..either one useually taking out the block ect. You might want to "search" the forum for Hyundai.....There are guy's that have been doing outstanding things to them! They Hyundai was based on the Yamaha G2/G9. The front suspenssion is almost identical. The rear end is Hyundai with splined axles (I've sold all I had) but the drum/hub is the same as ezgo. I'd can the original motor ect. and install a big block, CPP G2/G9 kits should work with little effort or I see guy's installing "clones". Good luck Dave
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Old 11-06-2008, 10:22 PM   #3
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If I do the engine upgrade will I have to swap the rearend to have reverse or will the stocker work.
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Old 11-07-2008, 02:31 AM   #4
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If I do the engine upgrade will I have to swap the rearend to have reverse or will the stocker work.
No as most engine re-power, all the rear-end stuff stays and works.
Slip her the BigBlock and run like the wind.

And Dave is correct. G2/G9 ....... and EZGO parts, and patience ......

BTW: Welcome to BGW................ We need pictures
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Old 11-07-2008, 10:18 PM   #5
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So I went tonight and I looked at the cart and it is all there and it is good shape no rust and the body is nice. I took a quick look at the motor but didnt look to hard since it will most likely be trash. he is going to throw in an old club car (electric) that is in pretty bad shape but all the electronics are there just no batteries. He is wanting $350 for both what do ya think is it worth it. This guy also has an older ez go (2 stroke) that has no motor he will ad to it for another $250 and this cart just needs paint and a motor.
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Old 11-08-2008, 02:21 AM   #6
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Go slowly my son ........... LOL. I went into the "OOh-OOh Golf carts .. Gotta buy carts" mode for awhile. Within 4 months I had two G-1's, two Marathons, a Pargo, a Club Car, an EZGO TXT and http://www.buggiesgonewild.com/gas-g...tml#post108852

What I'm saying is these things have a way of making you buy more and more of them. If you have $350 to spare and a place to put them .... Hammer! But thats me ......... I've always had OCD and my addiction is "more" ...... Good luck.

Don't be stingy. We need pics of the Hyundai and the rest of your stuff ......... Oh yeah Doc, Welcome to BGW.
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Old 11-08-2008, 09:38 AM   #7
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Thanks Boris! I will put pics up when I go pick them up.
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Old 11-17-2008, 08:58 PM   #8
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I gave 100 for my hyundai , body is plastic so it won't have any rust , the back part has a joint that I found hard to keep together , put a briggs 18 hp opposed twin in mine drove it around here for a while , grandyoungins drove it more than I did and it would fly , so I traded it off for an ezgo with 14" of lift to keep them from getting hurt .
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Old 11-22-2008, 08:02 PM   #9
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Well the Hyundai made it to the house tonight I ended up trading him an old electric ez go that was in real bad shape. I just took the head off the motor and the piston and rod are gone and I mean gone nothing left at all. I will be on the hunt for a motor to put in its place and be working on a lift for it. I will post pics during the day tomorrow.
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Old 11-22-2008, 09:28 PM   #10
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Give Tom at CartParts Plus a call.He can fix you up with all you need to change and go with a big block PS: if you do get the " rev kit " sooner or later your going to open it to max rpm's
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