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Old 07-10-2024, 04:13 PM   #101
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Got the battery temporarily installed. Had to bolt a couple of short cables together so my positive and negative cables would reach. The campground Iím at has one fairly smooth section of road, but itís a fairly steep hill. Cart used to top out at 22-23 mph on flat ground with just me on it. It easily topped 25 mph up the hill with 4 of the Trojans still in the cart and in 118į heat. Iím sure it would have gone faster if I didnít run out of room. I will say that my first impression is that this battery is well worth every penny.

i just picked up 97 cc ds and has 6 trojans, i was looking at the same cloud energy setup, for the price feel like taking the risk!, you have any pictures of the install?

any other items that delayed install a little besides the battery cable extension?
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Old 07-10-2024, 06:46 PM   #102
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i just picked up 97 cc ds and has 6 trojans, i was looking at the same cloud energy setup, for the price feel like taking the risk!, you have any pictures of the install?

any other items that delayed install a little besides the battery cable extension?
I could probably leave it as is, but my concern would be rubbing a hole in the case over time. Now that the cart is home, I plan to tear it down for paint, new suspension bushings and build a support for the battery along with some other things.


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