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Hornet GoKArt 125GKT

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Product Details
  • 4 Stroke Engine
  • Air Cooled System
  • Top Speed at 35 MPH
  • Semi-Auto or Automatic Transmission with Reverse
  • Electric CDI Starting System
  • CDI Ignition, 12V-9AH Battery
  • Independent Shock Front Suspension
  • Swing Arm Rear Suspension
  • Front and Rear Hydrualic Disk Brakes
  • Front Tire 145x70-6, Rear Tire 16x8.00-7
How we Strive to give you the best Customer Experience!
  • Speed Governor for Safety
  • Comfortable Adjustable Seats
  • Hydraulic Disk Brakes
  • Reinforced Steal Framing
  • Aerodynamically improved fork
  • Electric Start Engine
  • Front Independent Suspension
  • Optional Fully Automatic with Reverse or 3 Speed Semi-Automatic with Reverse
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