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

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  • Miniature electric off-road dirt quad with authentic quad geometry
  • High-torque gear ratio provides excellent climbing opportunities
  • Variable-speed, chain-driven electric motor is quiet and powerful
  • Terrain-tracing droop-travel rear suspension delivers smooth ride
  • Recommended for ages eight and older; supports up to 120 pounds; twist-grip throttle acceleration control
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Product Description

Product Description

The Razor Dirt Quad is a miniature electric off-road quad. Authentic dirt quad frame geometry. High torque gear ration provide excellent climbing capabilities. Terrain tracing droop-travel rear suspension for a smooth ride. Shatter resistant plastic fairings and powder coated tubular steel frame for all weather splash-proof durability. Variable speed, chain driven motor for super quiet, yet powerful operation. Space-saving vertical storage capability.

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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 high-torque variable speed 250 watt electric motor

· Authentic dirt quad frame geometry

· High Torque gear ration provides excellent off-road and climbing capabilities

· Shatter-resistant plastic fairings and powder coated tubular steel frame for all weather splash-proof durability

· UL Approved battery charger and tools included

· 12 hour charge time for up to 40 minutes of continuous use

· Terrain tracing droop-travel, coil shock rear suspension for a smooth ride

· Twist-grip acceleration control and hand operated rear disc brake

· Large 13 inch pneumatic knobby tires

· Other features include adjustable riser handlebars, padded seat, front brush guard, and rear carry handle

· Space saving vertical storage capability

· Dimensions: Change to 43 inches long by 24 inches wide by 31.5 inches tall

· Maximum user weight capacity: 120 pounds


Important Information

Safety Warning
WARNING! Using this product may be dangerous activity & may result in injury or death, even when used with proper safety precautions. Use at your own risk.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 42.2 x 26.2 x 25.2 inches ; 64.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 150 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000EYF7LO
  • Item model number: 25143060
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (214 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

My 5 Year Old Son Loves This.
Glenn J. Peters
Our battery still runs as long as it did on the very first charge.
M. PORTER
It has great power for a little quad, and is very well made.
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128 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin A. Saunders on December 31, 2009
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This is no plastic ride-on toy like Powerwheels or Pegro. It has a welded steel frame, rear suspension (with adjustable pre-tension), a rear cross-drilled disc brake (operated by hand), a 350W brushed DC motor with a pulse width modulated motor controller, a weatherproof power switch and charge port, and a low battery indicator on the throttle. This ride is metal, so it is heavy with dual 12V batteries. Two adults can easily lift it into a truck though.

The tires are pneumatic rubber tires - wheel barrow or hand truck variety (easy to replace). The wheels are steel and use precision ball bearings. Without the clatter of plastic tires all you hear is the humming motor and some chatter from the chain drive; what a relief from plastic on gravel :-). The steering has real tie-rod ends and adjustable alignment. The steering is linear but will make very sharp turns lock to lock.

The grip throttle is a real throttle... You can make the quad bike creep along at a fraction of a mile per hour, with any speed in between, or go wide open for 8-10mph of action. There is no reverse. My kid manages to pull it backwards if he gets it stuck somewhere but it is heavy and doesn't free-wheel. My kid can nurse it along at walking speed if we ask him to.

The brake is operated with a left hand lever. My 36" tall 32lb four year old struggles to reach the open position of the hand-brake, but manages. Another important distinction from typical ride-on toys: no engine braking. It gently coasts to a stop instead of shorting poles on the motor. Kids need to be educated on this right away.

The motor drives the solid rear axle via a covered chain. There is no differential, so tight turns on pavement feel a little strange. But we didn't buy this to drive on pavement now did we?
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70 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Jan Klier on March 29, 2007
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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.

The shipping takes a bit longer and you have to be home to receive it. But it takes 2 people to lift the crate it comes in, so home delivery is worth the convenience.

I think the only design change I'd like to see is a reverse mode. The motor control only allows forward, which if you have to turn-around in a tight space can be tricky. But that's a minor issue overall.

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.
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99 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin B. Prickett on June 5, 2007
We were so thrilled to see someone finally manufacturing a children's ride on toy with sturdy rubber wheels that travels at more than 3 miles per hour. We bought this for my 7 year old son thinking it would be a great alternative to the "real" thing. I think this is a very sturdy ride on, however, the thing scares the living daylights out of me when the kids get on it. Just the slightest sharp turn and your child is sure to hit the pavement. We do not allow any of the neighborhood kids to ride it and have since upgraded to a gas powered atv. My opininon is that for a little more money, buy yourself the real thing. These are far too dangerous with the tipping factor and it was very disappointing how short of time the battery stays charged. If you do buy this for your child, an appropriate helmet is a MUST! I find this product to be far more dangerous than a real four wheeler. Good luck!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By JP on March 4, 2009
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Update (12/22/2010): A lot of time has passed, but I need to let you know how things eventually went. I eventually got the part. It was easy to replace. Since that time, we have not had a problem. After two years of riding, the bike is still going strong. They can even take it in the woods behind the house climbing some reasonably steep hills. Kids love it and my regrets have diminished. Not sure how their service is now given I haven't needed it. Glad we bought the bike. I have upgraded rating from one start to four. It would have been five were it not for their service.

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We were thrilled to see are kids see the Quad sitting under the christmas tree. As soon as it was light, they went outside and road. It worked great the first charge, but by the second charge the electronic engine was squeaking and it eventually burnt out. We took it to an authorized repair dealer. Took almost three weeks to repair. Things worked fine for about a week, when the chain tensioner broke. We called to get a replacement under warranty, they asked us to fax in the invoice with the confirmation number they provided over the phone. Said we would have the new part in a week. After a week and a half with no part, I called. to my asstonishment, they said the never recieved the faxed invoice. They checked my number and confirmed I had the right fax number. I asked them for an email address so that I could scan and send a copy via email. I asked them to overnight given the apparent oversight on their part. The said they wouldn't. I mentioned that the atv had been broken down for roughly a month of the two months we have had the vehicle. I asked them if they would extend the warranty given the atv had not been in used. The answer was no again.
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