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Razor E300 Electric 24 Volt Rechargeable Motorized Ride On Kids Scooter, Blue $150

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Super sized deck and frame for riders of all sizes
High torque, 24 volt, chain driven motor with speeds of up to 15 MPH
Super quiet chain driven motor
Twist grip throttle acceleration control
Hand-operated rear brake
Extra wide 10-inch pneumatic tires for a smooth ride
Rechargeable battery with short charge time and long battery life
Up to 45 minutes of continuous use
Battery charger and tools included
Weight Limit: 220 pounds
Age recommendation: 13+
Color: Blue
Dimensions: 41 x 17 x 42 inches
Weight: 46 pounds
Manufacturer warranty: 90-day warranty

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thanks ops, i bought this over the $99 e125
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Excellent deal. Bought the Pioneer from Walmart (via SD) a number of days ago for $148.+ tax as a gift for an 8-year old, so I won't be needing this now. Repped.
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Excellent deal. Bought the Pioneer from Walmart (via SD) a number of days ago for $148.+ tax as a gift for an 8-year old, so I won't be needing this now. Repped.
Will the pioneer handle bar be too tall for a 8 years old kid since I believed the height is not adjustable.
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All I can surmise is that it must be OK as she has been riding it since it arrived a goodly number of days ago, and I have heard no complaints (they probably wouldn't tell me anyway though). She lives in Chapel Hill, NC, and I live in SC, some several hours away.
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220lb weight limit. I bought my daughter one and then bought myself one a couple of years ago. I've since upgraded with a 36v speed controller and lithium ion batteries (and headlight). It will now get up to 18 mph with me on it and go over 8 miles. The best part is I can take it off road, they make knobby tires for it and you can change the gearing. I did this to take them camping (which I haven't had a chance to do yet).
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220lb weight limit. I bought my daughter one and then bought myself one a couple of years ago. I've since upgraded with a 36v speed controller and lithium ion batteries (and headlight). It will now get up to 18 mph with me on it and go over 8 miles. The best part is I can take it off road, they make knobby tires for it and you can change the gearing. I did this to take them camping (which I haven't had a chance to do yet).
Sweet upgrade! switching to lithium ion is a huge +. Gets rid of the heavy lead acid batteries.
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220lb weight limit. I bought my daughter one and then bought myself one a couple of years ago. I've since upgraded with a 36v speed controller and lithium ion batteries (and headlight). It will now get up to 18 mph with me on it and go over 8 miles. The best part is I can take it off road, they make knobby tires for it and you can change the gearing. I did this to take them camping (which I haven't had a chance to do yet).
Interesting, would you be able to share how you went about doing this, maybe offline? - thank you !!
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Interesting, would you be able to share how you went about doing this, maybe offline? - thank you !!
I purchased the following:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/36V-8AH-...2749.l2649

https://www.ebay.com/itm/500W-36V...2749.l2649 The twist grip throttle was a bad choice. A throttle like what the Razor comes with but with variable speed would have been better and I plan on swapping it out back to that style. If you value reliability, go with a 350w speed controller instead of the 500w.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-Pin-Ma...2749.l2649

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 This kit sucked. The connectors are very cheap.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 These connectors were also poor quality but they are doing the job.

I had to build a new platform support brace. When you remove the platform that covers the batteries, you will see a metal strut. The platform needs that strut as well as the lead acid batteries to support it. Since I was removing the lead acid batteries and the stock metal strut wasn't strong enough to support the platform by itself, I built a stronger one. I purchased some aluminum angle strut from Lowes and used a hacksaw to cut it to size. It was fairly simple.
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I purchased the following:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/36V-8AH-...2749.l2649

https://www.ebay.com/itm/500W-36V...2749.l2649 The twist grip throttle was a bad choice. A throttle like what the Razor comes with but with variable speed would have been better and I plan on swapping it out back to that style. If you value reliability, go with a 350w speed controller instead of the 500w.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-Pin-Ma...2749.l2649

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 This kit sucked. The connectors are very cheap.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 These connectors were also poor quality but they are doing the job.

I had to build a new platform support brace. When you remove the platform that covers the batteries, you will see a metal strut. The platform needs that strut as well as the lead acid batteries to support it. Since I was removing the lead acid batteries and the stock metal strut wasn't strong enough to support the platform by itself, I built a stronger one. I purchased some aluminum angle strut from Lowes and used a hacksaw to cut it to size. It was fairly simple.
That's nice of you to share. It's posts like these that remind me how dumb I am laugh out loud
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That's nice of you to share. It's posts like these that remind me how dumb I am laugh out loud
Apparently you don't have a wife. If you did, she'll tell you.
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Apparently you don't have a wife. If you did, she'll tell you.
Yes, this! Lol
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You can also get a new chain and sprocket on eBay to increase torque at the cost of top speed. Works great if you have lots of hills. Most about $25.
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30 mins/ 8 miles based on real life performance
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I bought this, but only 90 day warranty?
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