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Mini Viper GoKart 125GKM

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Product Description
  • 4 Stroke Engine
  • Air Cooling System
  • Top Speed at 35 MPH
  • Automatic Transmission with Reverse
  • Electric Starting System
  • Key Ignition, 12V-4AH Battery
  • Front and Rear Hydrualic Disk Brakes
  • Front Tire 16/8.00 - 7, Rear Tire 16/8.00 - 7

Engine

  • Type: 4 Stroke/1-Cylinder
  • Displacement: 125CC
  • Cooling System: Air Cooling System
  • Top Speed: 35MPH

Dimension

  • Net Weight: 281lbs
  • Gross Weight: 360lbs
  • Weight Capacity: 198lbs
  • Overall Width: 46"
  • Overall Height: 51"
  • Overall Length: 74"
  • Fuel Capacity: 48 Gallons
  • Minimum Ground Clearance: 8.5"
  • Wheelbase: 59"
  • Seat to Pedal: 31.5" to 34"
  • Carton Dimension: 74x47x20

Drive Train

  • Battery: 12V-4AH
  • Ignition Type: Key Ignition
  • Transmission: Automatic with Reverse
  • Final-Drive: Chain Drive
  • Starting System: Electric

Chassis | Suspension | Brake

  • Front Tires: 16/8.00-7
  • Rear Tires: 16x8.00-7
  • Front Suspension: Independent Shock
  • Rear Suspension: Independent Shock
  • Front Brake: Hydraulic Disk Brake
  • Rear Brake: Hydraulic Disk Brake

Extra Features

  • Compliance: EPA Approved
  • States Can't sell to: CA
  • Engine Kill Switch: Yes
  • Speed Governor: Yes
  • Tool Kit: Yes
  • California Legality: No
  • Foot Brake: Yes
  • Remote Control: No
  • Horn: No
  • Tail Lights: No
  • Headlights: Yes
  • Turn Signal Indicator: No
How we Strive to give you the best Customer Experience!
  • Speed Governor for Safety
  • Comfortable Adjustable Seats
  • Hydrolic Disk Brakes
  • Reinforced Steal Framing
  • Aerodynamically improved fork
  • Electric Start Engine

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