We are back with this awesome electric Precedent build and we have had a great week of progress on this beauty.
Those of you who have been following up until this point, the wait has finally paid off as we are now into the shinny portion of the build!
We start off the pictures with these awesome 14″ STI wheels and tires. These are the first set in Canada, and the only set as SC Carts is the exclusive STI Golf distributor for Canada.
Here is another shot of this 14″ wheel and tire package on the Club Car Precedent. The snow adds a nice touch!
Here is the awesome House of Kolors custom Kandy paint. This paint is a Kandy with pearl in it.
We put the body in the booth and laid down the black base for the custom Kandy paint.
With three coats of the House of Kolors custom paint and and 3 coats of clear it is easy to see why this is such an awesome color!
Check out the Club Car front cowl with this amazing color on it.
Here’s the Precedent roof all cleaned and ready to be painted in the same color as the body.
Again we laid down the base black coat needed for this custom color.
Here is it with 3 coats of House of Kolor Kandy and 3 coat of clear.
With the Precedent roof drying it was time to start the final assembly on the cart. Here we installed the painted Precedent main body.
Our customers wanted to ensure they would stay cool on those really warm days out on the links. So we ordered in this awesome blower system.
The challenge with this blower system was to find a good mounting location, one that would be out of the way, would not interfere with visibility, and of course would provide excellent cooling. We decided the best place to mount was behind the seat in the sweater basket. This cart is getting an overhead stereo so it couldn’t go on the roof. The way the Precedent is designed if it went on the floor it would interfere with the drivers foot on the pedal. Putting it in the sweater basket blows cold air on the passenger and drivers neck and back, while still leaving plenty of room in the sweater basket for storage. Cooling your neck is the most effective way to cool your body, this will be the standard mounting position for all SC Carts blower systems from here on out. Plus you don’t get the dry eyes from the unit blowing in your face!
We then moved onto wet sanding the front cowling to ensure it had that rich deep shine that you can only achieve through wet sanding. We also wet sanded the main body.
With a final polish this cowl looks like a brandy wine mirror!
Here it is installed on the cart. You can really see this classy electric buggy coming together!
It is pretty hard to beat the richness a deep House of Kolor Kandy paint job provides!
Come back next week to see the exciting conclusion to this classy Club Car Precedent!
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