A golf cart has a centrifugal clutch and it goes at slow speeds.It would just be a sprag bearing in the clutch system that is giving the engine braking. It could be quite easy to remove, would need to look at diagrams.
Forkliftking the centrifugal clutch is also the problem, you won't be able to idle along at low speeds with one of them.
Yeah it ONLY goes at slow speeds haha. Probably a lot smaller clutch that locks up earlier, who knows. It's just that with any centrifugal clutch the revs have to be to get the clutch to engage which stops you from idling along like you could in a normal geared vehicle.A golf cart has a centrifugal clutch and it goes at slow speeds.