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Old 02-08-2022, 07:24 PM   #41
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Used some zip ties to perform wire management in the battery box and behind the dash.

I basically have half the under seat battery box for storage.

Couple things left to do before golf season:
  1. Purchase and install a Club Car Precedent D.O.T. windshield. Please let me know where I can purchase one below the $350 MSRP!
  2. Purchase and install a Xtreme Golf Cart Mat
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Old 02-08-2022, 08:22 PM   #42
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Thanks.

Which temperature should I be reviewing when deciding to go out for a ride and/or charge?
T1 and T2
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Old 02-09-2022, 07:15 PM   #43
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I use the iPad to show GPS during golf and play music via the SiriusXM app.
Very nice! What mount did you use, and do you think it would be sturdy enough to use on a SXS (side by side)?
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Old 02-09-2022, 09:06 PM   #44
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Very nice! What mount did you use, and do you think it would be sturdy enough to use on a SXS (side by side)?
I installed an overhead console that came from a country club's golf cart fleet that had Club Car's Connect system. The monitor was missing.

I have used Proclip mounts in my vehicles and knew they were well made, so I purchased one of Proclip's Standard iPad Holders for my 9.7 inch iPad Pro.

This holder is very sturdy, but instead of attaching it to the console with the included self tapping screws, I used small stainless steel bolts, washers, and nuts.
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Old 02-10-2022, 12:24 AM   #45
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Awesome; thank you! Do you think it would hold up well at 60 mph across the desert (or maybe a bit faster!)? I'm trying to use it as a GPS to track routes and I don't want it landing in my lap (or worse!).

Thank you for the link as well
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Old 02-13-2022, 12:13 PM   #46
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After being told by Extreme Team they would send installation and BMS instructions on Jan 23, I received an email from Blake Sherrouse on Feb 2nd. In the email, he apologized for the delay in getting me the instructions and included the attached PDF document.

The PDF has the title: 48 Volt Lithium Battery Installation, 2014+ Club Car Precedent and Onward with shunt connection

I have a 2013 Club Car Precedent and the battery does not have a shunt connection.

On page 4 of the PDF, there is a section on the Battery Management System (BMS). The instructions say to download the SMART BMS app, but my lithium does not connect to this app. This section of the PDF also states to download the guide on how to use the app at www.extemeteamcarts.com/BMSdownload, which is a dead link.
On Friday, February 11, 2022 I received a small package via USPS from Extreme Team.

Inside the package, with no documentation or packing slip, was a 48v to 12v reducer. Attached are photos of this reducer.

Still haven't received a wiring diagram or instructions on how to use the ANT BMS. Interestingly, a BGW forum member contacted me with wiring diagrams he had created for Extreme Team and sent them to me via email. He said ET was still trying to get them posted on their website.
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Old 02-25-2022, 07:34 PM   #47
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Took my cart out today to my Friday bourbon club meeting, where neighbors sip on select bourbons on their front porch.

Arrived at 3:30pm and stayed until 7:00pm. I kept this blanket on and powered up, wrapped around my lithium battery the entire time. It was 20 F (-7 C) degrees this afternoon and we got 8" of snow today.

The blanket kept my batteries at 5 C (according to my BMS) and I was able to drive home with no issue.
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Glad it worked for you. But,, it wasn't cold today. If the temp drops another 20-30 degrees, would the blanket still keep it above freezing?
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Took my cart out today to my Friday bourbon club meeting, where neighbors sip on select bourbons on their front porch.

Arrived at 3:30pm and stayed until 7:00pm. I kept this blanket on and powered up, wrapped around my lithium battery the entire time. It was 20 F (-7 C) degrees this afternoon and we got 8" of snow today.

The blanket kept my batteries at 5 C (according to my BMS) and I was able to drive home with no issue.

I assume that is with the new BMS? Interesting that they sent you a different branded BMS. They sent me the exact same BMS that my pack already has. Hence why I haven't switched it out. If I knew for sure it would solve my temp issue I would, but pulling a 200# battery out that is covered by the main harness wires and tail light wires is going to be a mega PIA...
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I assume that is with the new BMS? Interesting that they sent you a different branded BMS. They sent me the exact same BMS that my pack already has. Hence why I haven't switched it out. If I knew for sure it would solve my temp issue I would, but pulling a 200# battery out that is covered by the main harness wires and tail light wires is going to be a mega PIA...
The BMS in my lithium is an ANT BMS.

They never told me until I contacted them via FB when the Daly BMS app wouldn't connect.
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