sh it into the high range, it starts to arc across the contacts and stops moving. I checked the batteries and they seem to have the correct voltage required. I cleaned the contacts and they look like they are making contact. What am I missing? Thanks……..
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Hi.Arcing is caused from problems with cables or connections, wrongly wired cables, short circuits or broken resistor coils. If arching is big, check near to resistor coil.
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DETERMINING YOUR YEAR and MODEL
Carts made in the 60`s use the first two digits to denote the year and the next two are the model. For example a serial number starting with 69D would be a 1969 model D cart. For carts made in the 70`s or 80`s the last two digits denote the year and the first two denote the model.
The top speed is around 20mph. A rare example in excellent condition all Harley Davidson in black and orange. All fully restored and working like a charm. FORE!!!
1982 was the LAST year that AMF Harley Davidson produced golf carts.
The date code label is on a label located on either the top of the battery or the back side of the battery. The code on the top is 12 digits with the last 4 representing the month and year. In the example below 0220 means February 2020.
40 mph golf carts are specially built to go faster than the standard golf cart. They have all the same features as a regular golf cart, but with a more powerful engine that can reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour. These carts are perfect for golfers who want to get around the course quickly, without having to walk.
While most golf carts top out at around 15 MPH (24.1 KMH), those with modifications and enhancements can go up to 30 MPH (48.3 KMH).
The easiest way to do this is to remove the governor, which is a part that limits your vehicle`s speed by setting a numeric limit to how much the throttle can be opened. As you may know, opening the throttle lets more air into the engine, which increases the overall speed.
Weak batteries, incorrect tires, and wear and tear to the motor are all potential causes of your cart`s slow speed. Tire Size – The size of your cart tires is another factor that may be impacting your speed uphill. The larger your tires are, the more work your carts needs to do to get uphill.
Standard 36V and 48V golf carts are capable of the same top-end speed (12MPH). You can, however, make your golf cart go faster by doing a couple of things: Larger Tires – You can purchase larger tires. The larger the diameter of the wheels, the faster your golf cart will go.
1965 FL Electra Glide®: This model featured the last of the Panhead engines. It was also the first Harley-Davidson with an electric start.
The motorcycle is a Strap Tank model, named for the nickel-plated steel bands used to attach the oil and fuel tanks to the frame. It garnered $935,000 at an auction in Las Vegas late last month. Harley-Davidson made only 450 motorcycles in 1908—and only a handful still exist today, according to Mecum Auctions.
When scheduling service or ordering parts for your golf cart it is very important to know and locate the serial number (VIN). Each cart has its own unique serial number just like a car and by knowing what this number is you are able to determine what type, year, and power supply your cart has.
Example of club car serial number – PH0901-123456. PH defines character A- that means the Model number of your golf cart. 0901 falls under character “B,” which means model year and build week of the vehicle. Here “09” is the model year, and “01” is the model week.
According to Motor Gear Expert, a sealed Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) battery usually lasts from about three to five years. A conventional acid-filled battery has a lifetime of two to five years.
Harley-Davidson battery boxes are big, designed to accommodate their lead-acid batteries.
A golf cart with lithium batteries feels lighter, faster, and smoother when driving. Golf carts are speed limited, but the higher voltage of a lithium battery provides more power, which increases golf cart acceleration. Your cart will reach tops speeds faster and maintain power for far longer.
It`s thrilling to drive upwards of 60 miles per hour, for example, but no golf cart should be modified that much! Most standard golf carts, particularly ones designed mainly for cruising around a golf course, have a top speed of around 15 miles per hour.
How fast is a 36 volt golf cart? Without any upgrades, you can plan on max speeds between 12-14 mph.
Electric golf carts don`t have governors like gas carts. They have speed controllers that manage the power flow toward the motor. Since the controller isn`t the limiting factor in an electric cart`s speed, its removal doesn`t increase its speed.
An electric golf cart, on average, will feature a 3-5 HP electric motor – but that`s not to say electric carts aren`t impressively powerful in their own right. Light hauling and yard work can be done with either type of vehicle and both will perform satisfactorily.
Most electric golf carts feature a DC (Direct Current) motor, which means it is powered by an electrical current that flows in one direction. The motor comprises several essential components, including the armature, commutator, brushes, and field coils.
How Does An Electric Golf Cart Accelerator Work? The golf cart speed controller and solenoid are both controlled by the accelerator. The pedal is connected to the potentiometer. That means when you are pressing the pedal for acceleration, you are actually going through the potentiometer by pushing a rod.
The larger surface area of the bigger tires and wheels increases the maximum possible miles per hour. In some cases, this can be a boost of 300%! The bigger the tires, the better the speed.
Change the Speed ControllerThe Speed Controller regulates the electric output of the motor; a higher voltage equals more RPM, and the faster your cart will travel. When you change the speed controller, you can reduce the voltage and increase the amperage of the motor, resulting in increased torque.