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Old 12-03-2021, 10:43 AM   #11
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Default Re: Club Car BigBattery 48v BDGR 96 ah install

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Old 03-03-2022, 07:37 AM   #12
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Default Re: Club Car BigBattery 48v BDGR 96 ah install

I know this thread is a few months old but I have a question for the OP. I installed the bdgr 96ah kit in my DS series Cart iím just wondering about how many miles are you averaging at full charge and at what voltage should I recharge the batteries I know the BMS is supposed to cut out at 36 V but will the cart still even run at that low of a voltage. My cart has all stock electronics. I know that your cart Is different just wondering what you are experiencing or if anyone else has the same batteries can give some insight. Thanks
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Old 03-03-2022, 10:52 AM   #13
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I know this thread is a few months old but I have a question for the OP. I installed the bdgr 96ah kit in my DS series Cart iím just wondering about how many miles are you averaging at full charge and at what voltage should I recharge the batteries I know the BMS is supposed to cut out at 36 V but will the cart still even run at that low of a voltage. My cart has all stock electronics. I know that your cart Is different just wondering what you are experiencing or if anyone else has the same batteries can give some insight. Thanks
As I stated earlier, I started at 91% and drove 9 miles in approximately 30 minutes so averaging around 18 mph give or take as this was far from a scientific test. I could have kept going but the neighbors were thinking I was crazy on my half mile loop and I needed a cocktail. At 48% charge I was at 46.30 volts. That trip used about 43% of the capacity so if I started with a full charge I could have come close to doubling the trip. I don't remember what the voltage was but one night last Thanksgiving we were driving around the campground all weekend and using the lights at night. It got down to 27% but didn't feel like it was lacking power at that point.
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Old 03-04-2022, 08:19 AM   #14
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Thanks for the info that helps me out a little bit. I initially charge the batteries to full when I first installed them but I have been redoing the cart installed my radio back and several other things using battery power all along the way they were at 47.48 V I took it for a ride yesterday and drove 7.3 miles at full speed which for my cart is only 15 mph when I got back home I was it 46.1 volts. I believe these batteries will work out well for me I just want to be able to be at the campground and pretty much last all day compared to lead acid.
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Old 03-04-2022, 10:40 AM   #15
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Thanks for the info that helps me out a little bit. I initially charge the batteries to full when I first installed them but I have been redoing the cart installed my radio back and several other things using battery power all along the way they were at 47.48 V I took it for a ride yesterday and drove 7.3 miles at full speed which for my cart is only 15 mph when I got back home I was it 46.1 volts. I believe these batteries will work out well for me I just want to be able to be at the campground and pretty much last all day compared to lead acid.
I built a solar roof for mine out of 4 Renogy 100w solar panels wired in series for 48v charger. It's only good for about 8a in the summer and 4a in the winter but it will extend drive times.
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