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Making golf carts faster

I have a couple golf carts and i need to make them as fast as possible, what can be done and how?

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If its gas remove govener sping and hook up throttle cable directly to carb. be forwarned that these are not designed for high end speed and it will be squirly. also a lot of parts will wear faster including the engine.i suggest increasing the govenor spring tension by either bendig the bracket a hair or finding a little stiffer spring

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