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Old 04-26-2016, 05:41 AM
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Old 04-26-2016, 06:24 AM
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I'll be in the square at Spanish Springs today as well with my Lithium Ion powered cart. 1p to 2p
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Old 04-29-2016, 02:45 PM
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Same driving your car, you have to look at your fuel in this case State of Charge or SOC.

The primary problem here is the carts come with poor gauge that can not differentiate the SOC .

these are useless



that can only be done with digital meter.

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Have you ever done a test of two rides on SAME cart? One ride with and one without the panel?

Something easy like charge fully, measure starting voltage, ride to x, measure voltage, ride to y measure, have lunch ride to, etc, etc

Repeat next day without panel. I was curious, seems like a simple way to measure without math.

On another subject, why would you say the analog gauge is useless? I know the voltage (SOC) at each spot on that gauge and quite accurate.

Today for example I played Mallory. After the 8 holes, I see the needle is on the 'F'. I live in Mallory, and know that needle should be on the right side of the 'H'. This pack was 4 years old in December.

After 9 I rented a cart from Mallory 'just in case'. If you know what to watch for, you never get stranded.

to ambassador who called ahead, the bag drop person who had the cart waiting and helped load up. We were on the 10th tee without missing a beat!

Looks like I am in the market sir (for at least 6-8v batteries).
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Old 04-29-2016, 02:51 PM
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After driving this rig for all this time it is so obvious of the added SOC .

You can see it so easy.

If you need batteries I think you know I'm not only selling Lithium but Trojans at the best prices to be found.


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Have you ever done a test of two rides on SAME cart? One ride with and one without the panel?

Something easy like charge fully, measure starting voltage, ride to x, measure voltage, ride to y measure, have lunch ride to, etc, etc

Repeat next day without panel. I was curious, seems like a simple way to measure without math.

On another subject, why would you say the analog gauge is useless? I know the voltage (SOC) at each spot on that gauge and quite accurate.

Today for example I played Mallory. After the 8 holes, I see the needle is on the 'F'. I live in Mallory, and know that needle should be on the right side of the 'H'. This pack was 4 years old in December.

After 9 I rented a cart from Mallory 'just in case'. If you know what to watch for, you never get stranded.

to ambassador who called ahead, the bag drop person who had the cart waiting and helped load up. We were on the 10th tee without missing a beat!

Looks like I am in the market sir (for at least 6-8v batteries).
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Old 11-16-2016, 10:31 AM
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Hi just wanted to let those of you interested that will have a both at the Polo grounds this Saturday the 19th if you like to see the solar cart and talk about the systems.






Also this thread on Lithium

http://www.talkofthevillages.com/for...5/#post1209204
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Hi just wanted to let those of you interested that will have a both at the Polo grounds tomorrow Saturday the 19th if you like to see the solar cart and talk about the systems.
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Old 11-19-2016, 07:09 AM
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Lithium Boost the manufacturer authorized a 10% discount on their systems.

If you add Solar at the same time that's 40% off

reminder Polo Grounds today 10-4
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I am interested in learning more about the solar system for a 2011 Tomberlin golf cart.
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Old 03-27-2017, 05:06 PM
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Best to just call me 352.566..2649

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