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How can i make golf cart fast with gas..?

Discussion in 'Other Compact Equipment' started by cutting edge, Jan 16, 2013.

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  1. cutting edge

    cutting edge Senior Member

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    needs more fuel tennis baskets.
     
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    i think old mate might have been on the gas when he was writing this
     
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    There is a mod you can do to the lever on the gonkulator modulator. If you go overboard on it though, you'll have to beef up the clutch with a heavier belt and cross drill the brake lines to slow her down. Keep in mind the old girl was built for golf, not tennis.
     
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    Which part of the US is that? If you're in the North, you'll have to pull the freeze plugs if you're running ethanol while hauling tennis baskets to make rent payments. Now, if you're in the South you can just hang your elements out and show 'em to anybody, no levers involved. Been there, done that, and paid the fine. I finished probation last week.
     
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    Jerry12- Receipe for fast golf carts: Just air up tires for plenty of gas...............
     
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    Wonder who won the race?
     
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    Make a golf cart fast with gas? No, no, no, you need an old 6-110 Detroit to get any speed out of a golf cart. :D
     
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    Cutting Edge..... what is this thread you started????????
     
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    He didn't start it, some spammer who tried to ask a question in very broken and dyslexic English did. The mods deleted the original post.

    It was about how to make a golf cart go fast with fuel tennis baskets...
     
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    This thread was started by a spammer, Jerry12. Jerry12 posted in several threads and looks like he started this one. Here is the problem We Mods run into when members reply to or quote spammers posts. The easiest thing for US to do is lump all the spammers posts together and send them to the archives. However, if we do that and someone has quoted or replied to that post, it leaves confusing threads out there like this one. The other option for US is to go through each and every spam post and see if anyone replied to the post, which is a tedious task. If they did, then we have to clean up each one individually.

    So as a teaching moment I do ask that Ya'll please don't comment or quote obvious spammers, it just makes more work for Us Mods later down the road. Thanks for the Cooperation.
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    BTW - This thread is closed.:cool2
     
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