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Probably no one has ever asked this question....we just purchased our first Mule and there is a possibility some kids/young teens may drive it around our property and we were just wondering if there was some way we could limit the speed on it? And if so, is it something that we could change back when needed?
 

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Probably no one has ever asked this question....we just purchased our first Mule and there is a possibility some kids/young teens may drive it around our property and we were just wondering if there was some way we could limit the speed on it? And if so, is it something that we could change back when needed?

One way would be to put a hidden switch inline with the driver position, Seat-Belt Reminder. When the switch is in the Open position it would limit the top speed. You could put the switch on Red or Black/Yellow wire.


It would be the same as driving your Mule without the seat belt on. Try that to see if that's the top speed you'd like to limit the kids to.
 

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Thanks for the replies.

Not really sure how to rig something for the throttle? Will look into it though.

Still looking for suggestions...is there anything we can buy to install?

Would like top speed around 20mph (like a golf cart) so using the driver seat belt method would not work...I think that keeps the speed at around 6mph (too slow) ???

Thanks for all suggestions !!
 

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Just a thought but could you clamp something on the underside of the throttle pedal or pedal arm like a rubber block or grommet thing. Or maybe limit the throttle body cable from opening as much at the throttle body.
 

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If you want something with the top speed of a golf cart....it might be time to just buy a used >golf cart<. Such an acquisition will be a much cheaper lesson learned for all than a wrecked new Mule. Best of luck.
 

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Drill a hole through the pedal with a bolt so you cant push it all the way down.
 

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Under the gas pedal it has a pedal stop bolt screw it out and if not long enough put a longer bolt in it.
 
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