Question about Razor MX500 Dirt Rocket
Run time depends on a few things, including the weight of the rider, the terrain being riden over and the condition of the bike.
For example, a light rider riding on flat hard packed dirt or paved road with a bike that is in good mechanical condition - tires inflated to correct pressure, chain correctly adjusted/lubed, brakes adjusted, etc. - will have a longer run time than a heavier rider on soft undulating dirt with a bike that has not been maintained.
Generally you should be able get 40-45 minutes out of a new battery.
Check out the trouble shooting guide and user manual if you are getting less than half and hour.
Posted on Oct 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i would suggest taking the chain off of the sprocket(cog), then loosening the nuts. then using tire-levers from a bike shop to carefully leve-off the tire. this should work....i have experience with bicycles....i race them! good luck!!!
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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