Question about Razor MX350 DIRT ROCKET - BLUE
Posted by Anonymous on
I agree with bmb_az.
Batteries may seem OK simply by measuring the voltage or by the charger indicating they are charged BUT you need to put a load on the batteries and monitor the voltage to confirm if they are OK. If the voltage drops under load then it is most likely the batteries have very little capacity left and need replacing. You can take them into a battery shop and have them load tested, most places do this for free.
A drop in voltage under load can also be caused by a bad connection between the cells, fuse or switch.
Posted on Oct 24, 2013
I'm having the same issue.. I checked my battery..seems fine.. my daughter weighs 35lbs..lol.. when I twist the throttle down barely..I hear almost an air like sound coming from the motor its very odd to me.. all connections look new.. sat in my attic over the winter..ran fine before..the bike is pristine..no ideas why it won't go.
Posted on Sep 24, 2011
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