How do I make my GEM golf cart go faster?
So for significant speed increases, you simply need more motor. At times a magnet is part of the solution when used with a high performance motor. For more information on how to make your GEM car go faster, don’t hesitate to contact a Ride-4-Fun Speed Specialist.
How much does a Polaris GEM cost?
2021 GEM e4 • $13,049.
What is the fastest golf cart?
The fastest golf cart is the ‘Bandit’ by Plum Quick Motors, which achieved a speed of 191.12 km/h (118.76 mph) when driven by Robby Steen (USA) at the Darlington Dragway in Hartsville, South Carolina, USA, on 31 October 2014. This is the second time a cart from Plum Quick motors has taken the title for the ‘Fastest’.
How fast can a golf cart go without a governor?
Consult with your golf cart manufacturer, but replacing your speed control can increase your speed to 20 mph or more, depending on your upgrade. A typical electric cart without an upgraded speed control tops out around 12 mph.
Are GEM cars still made?
Global Electric Motorcars (GEM) is an American manufacturer in the low-speed vehicle category, producing neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) since 1998 and low-speed vehicles (LSVs) since 2001. It has sold more than 50,000 GEM battery-electric vehicles worldwide as of October 2015. GEM was formerly owned by Chrysler.
How do you charge a GEM car?
Your GEM car is equipped with a SMART charge capability. Simply leave the vehicle plugged into a standard 110 VAC 15 A power outlet. The charger unit will automatically power on once every 2 weeks for gel batteries and once every 7 days for flooded, lead acid batteries, run a charge cycle and automatically shut down.
Do you need a license to drive a golf cart?
Anyone who is above 12 years of age can operate a golf cart as long as they are accompanied by a licensed driver who is an adult. You need to have a valid driver’s license or permit to drive a golf cart alone.
How long do GEM car batteries last?
While lead-acid will last just 3-5 years based on how well you maintain the batteries.