What year was the Yamaha G1 golf cart made?

The G1 was introduced in 1978 and production was discontinued in 1989. The vehicle has bucket seats and the entire rear body (and top assembly, if equipped) lifts back to reveal the drive train. The G1 is powered by either a 2 cycle gas engine with an oil injection system or by a 36 volt electric motor & six batteries.

What motor is in a Yamaha G1 golf cart?

As the successor to the compact, lightweight and powerful YG-292, this golf car was powered by a 2-stroke gasoline engine.

How do I tell what year my Yamaha golf cart is?

Usually found under the seat, under the driver side glove box area or on the chassis towards the rear of the golf cart. Under the bumper area usually. Once you have located this you can use the chart below to cross-reference those numbers and determine the year and model of your Yamaha Golf Cart.

How many cc is a Yamaha G1 golf cart?

Yamaha Gas G1 – 215cc ENGINE REBUILT COMPLETE TESTED – OEM Golf Cart Part.

How much horsepower do golf carts have?

With horsepower ratings ranging from 10-12 HP, gas golf cars are as much as 3-4 times more powerful than their electric counterparts. An electric golf cart, on average, will feature a 3-5 HP electric motor – but that’s not to say electric carts aren’t impressively powerful in their own right.

What model is a 2010 Yamaha golf cart?

Yamaha Electric & Yamaha Gas Golf Cart Serial Numbers:

Yamaha DRIVE / G29
Yamaha began production of the Drive (G29) model in 2007 and continues to make the “Yamaha Drive” today.
JW2-300101 YDREH 2010
JW2-200101 YDREG 2009
JW2-100101 YDREF 2008

Where is the serial number on a Yamaha G1 golf cart?

Yamaha® golf carts Model G1 serial numbers can be found under the rear bumper stamped into the square cross member of the frame.