The Navitas DC to AC Conversion Kit for Club Car Precedent golf cars and is designed for easy installation and increased performance over DC systems. The super-efficient AC system results in longer run times, more torque and faster acceleration. Dealer level app access is available for qualified customers. Email us for details. Designed for 48Volt vehicles only. Replaces Curtis 1510 or 1515 controller. With factory sized tires, expect speeds of 25MPH with default controller settings. Settings can be tweaked via the Navitas Dashboard bluetooth app.
- AC 5 kW motor
- 600 amp AC controller with Bluetooth
- Speed sensor/motor temperature harness
- Mounting plate and hardware
- Motor phase cable
- On-The-Fly programmer
- Used 2006 and newer style Graziano axle tubes and axles with like-new bearings (Necessary for installing 5KW motor in a Non-Lifted DS with old style axle configuration. See notes in INFO section)
NOT INCLUDED BUT REQUIRED (Can be added via drop-down menu):
- Heavy Duty 2 Gauge Cable Set, Fine stranded welding cable
- Heavy Duty Solenoid, MZJ400 - 48 volt
Please note that all three of our Navitas AC Kits (Level 6, 7, and 8) will all net the same top speed. Higher levels are simply an increase in torque over lower levels. Please contact us if you need a recommendation.
Level 8B, Navitas 600A/5KW AC Conversion Kit, for EARLY Club Car Precedent
This kit is intended to fit early Club Car DS and Precedent golf cars with the early version of the Graziano rear differential. In 2006, a revised unit was released with different length axles and axle tubes. The driver's side is 1.5" shorter and the passenger side is 1.5" longer. This redesign shifts the gearcase towards the driver's side 1.5" and allows the use of a longer motor without lifting the vehicle. Per Navitas documentation, the 5kw motor will not work in a non lifted DS due to length, so the 4kw motor is recommended for this application. However, with the redesigned axles and tubes in this kit, you'll be able to use the 5kw motor in any non-lifted DS without further modifications. For reference, the 5kw motor is 30mm longer than the 4kw motor. Swapping these axles will net you 1.5" of extra clearance (38mm), which is more than enough to suffice.
Photos are posted on this page of the new style axle vs the old style axle. If you are unsure of which configuration you have, you can measure your axles as shown in the photos to make that determination. Measurements are as follows:
Old configuration driver's side = 10-1/4"
New configuration driver's side = 8-3/4"
Old configuration passenger's side=17"
New configuration passenger's side= 18.5"