SC Carts Pouce Coupe B.C. Custom Golf Cart

Hey Everyone!

We sure like Tuesdays and we know our customers do as well!

We have started another SC Carts custom cart for our new customers up in Pouce Coupe B.C. This cart has some pretty cool features in store so you aren’t going to want to miss this beauty.

This cart has been designed specifically for the links and also to turn a few heads! Lets get to it!

We started by disassembling this Club Car Precedent right down to the chassis.

We started by disassembling this Club Car Precedent right down to the chassis.

We then installed a brand new factory Club Car wiring harness.

We then installed a brand new factory Club Car wiring harness.

Next we installed the controller and solenoid to the heat sink plate.

Next we installed the controller and solenoid to the heat sink plate.

We then installed the assembly into the cart.

We then installed the assembly into the cart.

Here we connected the new Club Car wiring harness to the Curtis controller.

Here we connected the new Club Car wiring harness to the Curtis controller.

Next it was time to hook up the wires from the controller to the motor.

Next it was time to hook up the wires from the controller to the motor.

Here we are installing an upgraded MCOR to the foot pedal group.

Here we are installing an upgraded MCOR to the foot pedal group.

With the majority of the factory wiring back in place we moved on to the rear drive train. Here we have the brake drum in our lathe, getting ready to be machined up good as new.

With the majority of the factory wiring back in place we moved on to the rear drive train. Here we have the brake drum in our lathe, getting ready to be machined up good as new.

Here we have the Precedent brake drum machined and looking great!

Here we have the Precedent brake drum machined and looking great!

Here is a before and after comparison of the Precedent brake drums.

Here is a before and after comparison of the Precedent brake drums.

Here are both Club Car brake drums looking good as new. We will clean and degrease them and then paint them for a long lasting finish.

Here are both Club Car brake drums looking good as new. We will clean and degrease them and then paint them for a long lasting finish.

This cool electric buggy is getting a 3" lift, this should help for those sand shots, or stray balls in rough!

This cool electric buggy is getting a 3″ lift, this should help for those sand shots, or stray balls in rough!

Here's the drums installed with the fresh paint.

Here’s the drums installed with the fresh paint.

While we were working on the rear end of the cart we added a new speed sensor to ensure no trouble down the road.

While we were working on the rear end of the cart we added a new speed sensor to ensure no trouble down the road.

With the rear of the cart complete we moved it onto our pneumatic air lift table. This table allows us to level the cart out when we don't have the wheels on it.

With the rear of the cart complete we moved it onto our pneumatic air lift table. This table allows us to level the cart out when we don’t have the wheels on it.

Here we have the Precedent ready to accept some new factory front end parts.

Here we have the Precedent ready to accept some new factory front end parts.

The new parts arrived from Club Car and are ready to install.

The new parts arrived from Club Car and are ready to install.

We started off by installing brand new front end bushings and heat treated sleeves.

We started off by installing brand new front end bushings and heat treated sleeves.

Here is the Precedent front leaf spring with its new bushing and sleeve installed, this was done on both sides.

Here is the Precedent front leaf spring with its new bushing and sleeve installed, this was done on both sides.

Like the rear this Precedent is getting a 3" lift in the front as well. We installed the 3" drop spindles over the brand new king pins. This will give a nice tight front end.

Like the rear this Precedent is getting a 3″ lift in the front as well. We installed the 3″ drop spindles over the brand new king pins. This will give a nice tight front end.

While we are waiting for the top secret wheels to show up, we moved onto the body work.

While we are waiting for the top secret wheels to show up, we moved onto the body work.

Here you can see we have sanded down the Precedent body with a very aggressive grit paper. The initial sanding was focused on the more troubled areas.

Here you can see we have sanded down the Precedent body with a very aggressive grit paper. The initial sanding was focused on the more troubled areas.

With the initial sanding of the golf cart body complete, we tended to the imperfections that could not be sanded out. Although this may look like Bondo it is not, this is a special plastic filler designed to remain flexible with the body.

With the initial sanding of the golf cart body complete, we tended to the imperfections that could not be sanded out. Although this may look like Bondo it is not, this is a special plastic filler designed to remain flexible with the body.

Here is the Club Car body after it has gone through it's extensive sanding process. This body is now ready to be sealed and then painted, the paint will surprise you!

Here is the Club Car body after it has gone through it’s extensive sanding process. This body is now ready to be sealed and then painted, the paint will surprise you!

With the special paint on order, we moved on to the control panel for the cart. Here you can see the stock panel.

With the special paint on order, we moved on to the control panel for the cart. Here you can see the stock panel.

Now the finished panel looks awesome and clean. We installed a battery level indicator, two rocker switches to control the electronics and one 12 volt power point. We also wrapped the one side with carbon fiber. This control panel will also get an uncommon key switch from Club Car.

Now the finished panel looks awesome and clean. We installed a battery level indicator, two rocker switches to control the electronics and one 12 volt power point. We also wrapped the one side with carbon fiber. This control panel will also get an uncommon key switch from Club Car.

With that we are at the end for this week. Be sure to come back next week as we keep rocking and rolling on this unique build!

Check out our Facebook page, you never know you might get a sneak peak throughout the week!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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