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#1 webn237 OFFLINE  

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Posted January 15, 2018 - 06:38 AM

Hey guy,

While back i posted about my kubota swap into my yamaha golf cart. I'm getting close to completion. I'm down to the little details now. Motor is getting painted and I'm trying to figure out best way to mount the throttle cable. Anyone know how it was mounted in a grasshopper 718D?

Also I am looking for suggestions on an air intake for my cart?

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Posted January 15, 2018 - 10:32 AM

Go into the Kubota web site.  There is a link there (I believe) to another site that is all Kubota manuals.  Will be one for the d600 as I had on a couple years back.  I do remember that that throttle cable is a dual cable at the engine and they have to be synchronized so both lever are in sync.  Manual tells how to do that.  Not a big deal.  I have the manual on CD if you don't find it and get you what you need.  Also there is a Kubota salvage yard down South some place I got a couple parts from but that has been a few years back.

 

Just checked and I do have several manuals for Kubota engines.  Engine service manual is 247 pages.


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Posted January 15, 2018 - 11:28 AM

On the Yanmar that I put in my Yamaha cart I mounted the air cleaner behind the seat. You do not want it under the body or you will be replacing the filter all the time. If your radiator is under the body keep an eye on the temp gauge. About once a year mine needs to be blown out with compressed air.  Other than that enjoy your high fuel mileage. Mine runs all summer on 4 gals of diesel. 


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Posted January 15, 2018 - 12:47 PM

On the Yanmar that I put in my Yamaha cart I mounted the air cleaner behind the seat. You do not want it under the body or you will be replacing the filter all the time. If your radiator is under the body keep an eye on the temp gauge. About once a year mine needs to be blown out with compressed air. Other than that enjoy your high fuel mileage. Mine runs all summer on 4 gals of diesel.

You have a picture of how your air cleaner looks behind the seat?

I got a small turbo that i was eventually put on mine lol so i was going to have the air cleaner downward by the battery. Also I put my radiator in back under the backseat

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Posted January 15, 2018 - 01:26 PM

Go into the Kubota web site. There is a link there (I believe) to another site that is all Kubota manuals. Will be one for the d600 as I had on a couple years back. I do remember that that throttle cable is a dual cable at the engine and they have to be synchronized so both lever are in sync. Manual tells how to do that. Not a big deal. I have the manual on CD if you don't find it and get you what you need. Also there is a Kubota salvage yard down South some place I got a couple parts from but that has been a few years back.

Just checked and I do have several manuals for Kubota engines. Engine service manual is 247 pages.

I cant seem to find the manual. Any chance you would be able to scan the throttle cable page? Lol

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Posted January 15, 2018 - 04:37 PM

  I'm a little too old to need a turbo so that's not an issue. No picture and it's put away for the winter. Just used a hole saw to make a hole in the body the size of the intake hose and mounted the filter on it's side right behind the seat. Filter stays clean a long time and I drive a lot of dirt roads. 



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Posted January 15, 2018 - 04:54 PM

I'm a little too old to need a turbo so that's not an issue. No picture and it's put away for the winter. Just used a hole saw to make a hole in the body the size of the intake hose and mounted the filter on it's side right behind the seat. Filter stays clean a long time and I drive a lot of dirt roads.

Do you have an open filter or is it in a dust collector (factory) style filter?

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Posted January 15, 2018 - 06:57 PM

Very good job with the Kubota-Cart.  Here is a picture of what I did with the throttle cable on my d722.  It's not the clearest, but you can sort of see how I made a bracket to bolt under one of the socket head bolts on top of the injector pump and a clamp on the cable.  Something like this may work for you.throttle.jpg  


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Posted January 15, 2018 - 07:02 PM

Very good job with the Kubota-Cart. Here is a picture of what I did with the throttle cable on my d722. It's not the clearest, but you can sort of see how I made a bracket to bolt under one of the socket head bolts on top of the injector pump and a clamp on the cable. Something like this may work for you.attachicon.gifthrottle.jpg

Ok i see how you did it. I was thinking of some kind of idea like that but wasnt sure how to go about it.

And thanks lol. Put a lot of time into it. Its coming along pretty good lol

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Posted January 15, 2018 - 07:36 PM

It's the black factory style filter canister filter. It's not big and has the 3 snap clips to hold the cover on. 

Looks like the one in this photo

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Posted January 15, 2018 - 09:34 PM

It's the black factory style filter canister filter. It's not big and has the 3 snap clips to hold the cover on.
Looks like the one in this photo
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I got my stock air filter for the kubota. Maybe see how that will look? I just dont want to go through all this and have it look tacky. Know what i mean? This is my personal/buisness display. I'm trying to start a small golf cart modification garage lol

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Posted January 15, 2018 - 11:06 PM

I understand where your coming from. A guy could have a polished aluminum cover made to go over it. 



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Posted January 17, 2018 - 04:59 PM

I cant seem to find the manual. Any chance you would be able to scan the throttle cable page? Lol

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Looks like you found what you needed.  

Will try and attach a Service Manual for your engine.

 

Attached File  Kubota Engine Manual inc. D600.pdf   11.42MB   11 downloads ]


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