Upgrade to Lithium
Allied "Drop-in-Ready" lithium batteries, are the same size as your current 6V, 8V or 12V Lead Acid Batteries.
Installation is very easy and can be done at home. Simply remove your existing lead-acid batteries, insert Allied batteries, attach cables in parallel, secure holding brackets and the install is complete.
Work great with EZGO, Club Car, Yamaha, Icon and more. Includes strong BMS for upgraded motors, controllers and regen braking.
No more rubber gloves, corrosion or adding water.
Adding water is not only a troublesome task, but it can overflow and ruin the garage floor.
Allied Lithium Batteries weigh 28lbs and require much fewer batteries to run the cart efficiently. This results in an average weight reduction of 250+ lbs!
This dramatic weight reduction increases acceleration, maximum speed, and distance!
After a round or two of golf or enjoying a day around the neighborhood just plug in the Lithium Charger for an hour or two and the batteries will be fully charged.
No need to trickle charge all day and night.
For vehicles left in storage either for long winters or snow birds leaving their car for months, lithium batteries only lose 2-4% of charge per month.
Lead-Acid batteries will lose up to 33% of charge per month when not on the charger.
Allied battery has a BMS in every battery.
The BMS will detect any problems with the performance of the battery and shut down any cells not functioning properly.
The BMS will also protect the batteries from any over-charging or under charging.
FedEx and UPS have approved our product for air and ground shipping.
Allied Lithium Batteries include an 8-year manufacturer's warranty to guarantee you will receive the full value of your investment.
Lithium batteries under normal use will provide you over 10 years of maintenance-free service! While lead-acid will last just 3-5 years based on how well you maintain the batteries.
Feel free to contact us by phone or email. For fastest service email is preferred.
What would range be on the 2 48V X 30 amp batteries for my 48V 6 battery set up?
The range will be about 1.5x that of a brand new lead acid set up. The lead acid will reduce in range every month. Allied Lithium Batteries will last at that range for 8 years.
Will this work on Ranger EV
Yes we suggest 6 or 8 x 48v 30ah batteries OR 2 x 48v x 105ah commercial batteries. Please call for details.
Will these batteries work with an EZGO RXV that has the regenerative breaking. There are some batteries on the market that allow the brake regen to send charge to the batteries. Does your battery work with the RXV brake regen system.
Yes they work great with the EZGO RXV. The Allied BMS is specailly designed to work with the RXV braking systems. Many other lithium batteries do not have this feature.
Will this work on 97 club car 48 volt
Yes it will.
I have a club car ds 2000.5+. Would these work? Do I just pull out the old ones and replace with 2? do you have a in installation video for the DS?
Yes that is correct. Remove the lead acid batteries and replace with the 2 x 48V 30AH lithium batteries. There is not a DS video but on this produdct page we have some installs that are similar to the DS.
Do I just need 2 batteries to replace 6 ,8volt batteries on my 2010 club car precedent
Yes that is correct. You would remove the 6 x 8V lead-acid batteries and replace with 2 x 48V 30AH Allied batteries, that would get you 60AH total. If you did 3 x 48V 30AH batteries it would be 90AH and so on. You can start with 2 and add additional batteries at a later date if you wanted more range, but 2 is a very good setup.
Not needing batteries at this time , but don’t see any replacement for the 72 volt txt EZGO. How many batteries does it take for the 72 volt? And total cost for all that is needed. Thanks
The EZGO and GEM 72V Allied lithium batteries are located here:
You can select anywhere from 4 to 8 - 72V x 18AH batteries. If you need more assistance feel free to chat or call an Ace representative and we can assist.
The latest recommendations for charging of Lithium Ion Batteries is to stop at around 80% and to not always charge up to 100% in order to extend the life of the battery. Do you also recommend this and is there a way to tune the included charger to stop at 80%.
We suggest charging the batteries to 100% after each use.