Who knows anything about golfcarts?

mcdaniel

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I am currently "hooking up" a 07 EZ go TXT series electric cart.
so far,

5"lift
12"wheels
22"tires
marine radio and speakers
rear flip seat

Getting ready to upgrade the electronics to get more power flow and better speed
 

04ctd

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the "speed chip" is just a power supply connector out of a computer, with different wiring configurations. :p
dealer on Old Trolley gave me all 3 when i bought my cart. (speed, regular, hilly)
 

mcdaniel

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The speed chips are nice if you have a PDS ezgo, since I have a series, which has a simpler system, I cant use a chip. The ease of modification is easier however. I do not have regenerative braking- that is the biggest difference. It allows me to modify my cart easier.

Here is my cart when i dropped it off- (I'll post new ones when i get her back)

cart.jpg
 

04ctd

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i need an EZ go rear seat set up if you find one.

i bought a new cart, and the kids backed it into a ditch, bent rear all up.

tks if anyone sees one.
 

mcdaniel

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You cant use those 12v batts. Even deep cycle aren't the same. Go with golf cart batteries. its the only way to ensure they will be safe and not catch on fire.
 

jjwestbrook

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my aunt had her 48 volt cart converted from 8 6 volt batteries to 4 12 v. batteries . they are 12 v golf cart batteries
 

mcdaniel

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But proper 12v wont save you any money- A 12v trojan is $250 or something like that. To save money you would be using an improper battery so I assumed he was talking about using 3 marine or auto batteries.
 
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