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How can I Speed up my 2004 Yamaha 36 v golf cart short of changing motor

We just bought a 2004 electric 36 v Yamaha golf cart. Works fine in all respects but is the slowest golf cart in community! We installed all new batteries and cables. Any quick fixes that don't involve switching out the motor?

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If you are getting full voltage to the motor and that is the best you can do, then you have no recourse other than to change the motor.

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