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Razor Dirt Quad SX McGrath Electric ATV $344.99

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459.99-115.00=344.99 plus tax after the discount and Free shipping.

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What discount code?
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What discount code?
Use the target app and the 25 percent off of one toy can be found in the circle.
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What discount code?
https://www.target.com/circle/o/t...e/-/316590
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Hmmm, no mention of the motor size or wattage anywhere in the listing. Strange. Also this is a lead acid battery, not Lithium. I am imagining the run time is going to be short.
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This was on sale yesterday (one day only) for $344.99 (before the 25% off Target Circle offer). Back up to $459.99 today.
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We have had the little razor dirt bikes for 4 or 5 years. They are what they are and battery life isnt huge but kids have fun on them. That being said we paid $125 each for them. My husband rides it even but its not far and just to be funny and have fun, We have stored them in the garage every winter too. No special treatment.
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I got one of the Razer dirtbikes for my kids. It works ok - the battery life is shot now that it's been a year. Maybe the ATV is a little better but too steep a price for me. It was fun to chase the dog around in the yard though.
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Hmmm, no mention of the motor size or wattage anywhere in the listing. Strange. Also this is a lead acid battery, not Lithium. I am imagining the run time is going to be short.
It does mention battery life "up to 40 minutes" and weight "up to 120 pounds". Neither of those answer your question of course but they do tell us who this is designed for in terms of power. Basiucally this is a power wheels ride on designed to look like a small ATV, fitted with rubber tires.
Looks like a fun toy for people who want to spend this much on a ride on for their kids.
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This is going to be the same as the razor dirt quad (regular one) not the 500. that being said, its very easy to modify. I have modded my kids ones. added a 36v motor and use a 40v ryobi lithium and its night and day
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This is going to be the same as the razor dirt quad (regular one) not the 500. that being said, its very easy to modify. I have modded my kids ones. added a 36v motor and use a 40v ryobi lithium and its night and day
Has it worn out your Ryobi batteries? I modified some razor 24v scooters by adding a 500w 36v speed controller keeping the original 24v motor (it spins 50% faster when overvolted to 36v) and purchased some 48s 36v batteries from China meant for mobility scooters. When tye batteries were new I could get just under 8 miles out of a charge at full speed (22mph) but a year later and they barely go a mile. The batteries were fairly cheap at $80 each being lithium but I was expecting 2-3 years out of them. I'm now looking at buying a spot welder and making my own batteries or using power tool batteries but I don't want to wear out my power tool batteries.
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Has it worn out your Ryobi batteries? I modified some razor 24v scooters by adding a 500w 36v speed controller keeping the original 24v motor (it spins 50% faster when overvolted to 36v) and purchased some 48s 36v batteries from China meant for mobility scooters. When tye batteries were new I could get just under 8 miles out of a charge at full speed (22mph) but a year later and they barely go a mile. The batteries were fairly cheap at $80 each being lithium but I was expecting 2-3 years out of them. I'm now looking at buying a spot welder and making my own batteries or using power tool batteries but I don't want to wear out my power tool batteries.
Did you keep them at storage voltage?
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I wanna see McGrath do a Can Can off this thing.
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Did you keep them at storage voltage?
I mostly left them fully charged so they were ready for use when the kids wanted to use them which I know isn't that great for the batteries. I probably should have used 350w controllers as they top out around 16A while the 500w controller does 22A or somewhere around that. I purchased the batteries on ebay and the listing showed them for use with 500w controllers but when I received the batteries they had a much lower max amperage than what I thought they should have and the wiring was fairly thin. I believe they were designed to only handle up to 12A max continuous current. What I am running into is the onboard controller for the batteries cutting them out due to voltage drop.


Just to talk about the deal posted here, my kids favorite power wheel is a quad. What sucks about power wheels are the plastic tires. This razor looks like it would be a lot more fun for them. There is a way to convert power wheels to use utility cart tires but after spending the time and energy to do that plus the plastic frame, this razor would be a better deal.
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