For golf carts, there are two options: the 8L under the seat (size of a battery) & the 5L remote fill (normally installed within a wheel well). Both reservoirs are not visible to the eye when installed and offer a very convenient waist-high filling system.
Professional installation is recommended but can be accomplished by a skilled owner. A hole to accommodate the airbox needs to be cut from the roof (template provided). The unit drops onto the roof and is sealed by foam and silicone gel and mounted using 4 bolts. The water lines and power line, contained within a […]
Yes, water consumption is based upon the exterior ambient temperature but you should get an absolute minimum of 4 hours of a cooling sensation.
Yes, but please remember that if the engine is not running the battery will drain. The system does draw minimum power though (< 10A/h) so it is not a large load on the battery, however, you should run the engine occasionally so the alternator is charging the battery.
No, on electric golf cars you need to connect the power source to a converter, this will draw power equally from your battery pack rather than draining one battery. Most golf cars already have a 12V converter fitted to run things like lights and sound systems.