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Yamaha G23 Golf Cart w/ CB750 Engine - $1,400 (Adell)

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Hello all! Here I have a Yamaha G23 golf cart for sale that has been retrofitted with an engine from a Honda CB750 motorcycle. I started this project with a golf cart that had a blown engine and a motorcycle that had no title. I have spent many hours getting it to the point it is at currently, but I have since purchased a side-by-side and no longer have the time to finish this, unfortunately.

As you can see from the pictures, it is lifted on 23" tires. The lift in the front is accomplished with a Jake's brand spindle lift kit, and the rear is lifted with aftermarket coilover shocks. The tires and wheels are brand new, as are the lift components.

The golf cart does run and move, but needs finishing touches. The most important thing that will need to be fabbed is a shift mechanism. The gearbox from the motorcycle is still used, and is adapted to a chain drive powering the golf cart rear end. This means that there is a 5 speed manual transmission with foot clutch (custom made), and reverse is still present. With the current gearing, it should be able to reach about 60mph in 5th gear. The electronics are all taken from the CB750, so it retains electric start. The engine has dual exhaust that exits under the cart.

In the one picture, you can see that I do have the original body from the golf cart, which will be included. This should fit with only minor (if any) modifications. The seat is not permanently attached at the moment, as it will need to sit slightly higher than the factory location to clear the valve cover of the engine. This should also be relatively easy to complete.

I am sure I am missing things, but feel free to ask any questions or come take a look. I hate to see it go, but it deserves to be completed, and I'm sure the new owner will have a blast with it. Thanks for looking.

PS - The pictures are not very good because it is being stored right now. I do have more pictures of the build and I can take more if you would like as well.

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