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Old 01-19-2021, 03:17 AM   #21
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So let me get this straight.. You installed 60ah of battery capacity in your precedent and you basically got 20 miles out of it?

I'm surprised at that.
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Old 01-28-2021, 03:54 AM   #22
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I am just about ready to buy the same setup with the 2 48 volt batteries but I have one question I have 2008 Club Car Precedent it came with the wiring harness for head lights and blinkers which I have installed will this be to much voltage for my lights or is there a voltage reducer already built in or do mi lights already run on the 48 volts
There is most probably a voltage reducer already installed. It is unlikely that the lights are running on 48V but not completely out of the question if they are LED lights. Measure the voltage at one of the lights and that will answer your question. Either way it will not change if you add the Lithium batteries, it's all still running on 48V whether that comes from Lithium or Lead-Acid. Your 2 48V batteries will be in parallel so you will still have 48V, not 96V.
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Old 01-28-2021, 09:24 AM   #23
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So let me get this straight.. You installed 60ah of battery capacity in your precedent and you basically got 20 miles out of it?

I'm surprised at that.
With my Onward / Navitas AC system + RoyPow 105ah I tested at 44 miles of range, so 20 miles with 60ah is in line with this.

With 72v 120ah I'm seeing 60+ miles.

The above assumes flat paved roads and speeds limited to 23mph. Higher speeds also clearly reduce those numbers.

AH numbers WRT range are hard to compare between FLA and Lithium.
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