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Saturday, August 22, 2009

Razor Dirt Quad Electric Four-Wheeled Off-Road Vehicle (Red)

Kick up a fuss with the Razor Dirt Quad, a miniature electric off-road quad that's perfect for trail riding. The compact vehicle--which supports up to 120 pounds--offers such features as authentic dirt quad frame geometry, a high-torque gear ratio that provides excellent climbing opportunities, a terrain-tracing droop-travel rear suspension that delivers a smooth ride, shatter-resistant plastic fairings, and a powder-coated tubular steel frame that's durable in all weather conditions. Best of all, the variable-speed, chain-driven motor is both super quiet and powerful, helping you zip up the trail in a hurry without disturbing the locals. As a bonus, the Dirt Quad can store either horizontally or vertically depending on your space.

Key Features:

Powered by a 350-watt motor
Reaches speeds up to 10 miles per hour
High-torque drive train with built-in torque reducer produces incredible off-road and climbing capabilities
Constructed from shatter-resistant plastic fairings on a powder-coated tubular steel frame
UL listed; requires 6-volt rechargeable battery and charger, included
Eight hour charge time provides 40 minutes of riding time
Terrain-following droop travel rear suspension
Handlebar steering with hand throttle and brake controls
Large pneumatic tires
Rear disc brake, padded seat and front "brush bar"
Rear carry handle and safety flag
Dimensions: 50 inches long by 30 inches wide by 20 inches tall
Maximum user weight capacity: 120 pounds

Customer feedback;

1. I've seen my share of wheeled toys, and was positively impressed with the quality of this product. It has a solid frame, suspension, regular inflated tires. I'm not afraid that after a few days of use it will break, given the rough use it will get of kids at that age. I took it for a short test drive myself, and the motor was strong enough to move and adult uphill.
Update (5/28): This ATV has seen a lot of use in the last few weeks, including many sliding wheel stunts, etc. After one particularly heavy right it stopped working with a blown fuse and control box. The one thing which is quite helpful is that Razor will actually sell repair parts for reasonable prices on their website, more than can be said about many other products. So if it does break, it's not necessarily doomed for the trash pile.

2. I have two children that own a dirt quad. The first child got one for a birthday gift, the second liked it so much that she got one for christmas ! These are quite well built, and very capable of handling difficult terrain. The only problem you have to avoid is too much water exposure. The quad can do some puddle jumping, but dont soak it.We have been very pleased with these quads.

Razor Dirt Quad Electric Four-Wheeled Off-Road Vehicle (Red)

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