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Ajmboy

Well Motor Hunter 650 4WD Buggy

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I just found this online and thought it looked pretty cool. It's some off brand by Well Motor.

Hunter 650 4WD Buggy Web I_Logic

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Engine Type 4-Strokes, Water Cooled, Fully-Automatic

Cylinder Arrangement Double Cylinder

Transmission System Reverse N1230 Shaft Drive 4WD

Bore x Stroke (mm) 57x57.8

Piston Displacement (cc) 147.4

Compression Ratio 8.4:1

Maximum Power (kw/r/min) 14kw 4500r min

Maximum Torque (N.m./rpm) 14/kw/4500r

Starter System Electric/ Kick

Lubrication Forced pressure(wet sump)

Transmission Shaft Drive

Overall LxWxH (in) 88x50x44 inch

Wheel Base (in) 60

Seat Hight (in) 44

Min. Turning Radius (mm) 2800

Ground Clearance (in) 4

Rider Capacity 2 Person

Dry Weight (lb) 275

Brake (Front/Rear) Drum/Disc

Tyre, Front 25x10x12

Tyre, Rear 25x10x12

Ignition Type C.D.I

Fuel Tank Capacity (L) 12L

Engine Oil Capacity (L) 1L

Gear Oil Capacity (L)  

Front Suspension Independent,Telescopic Arm

Rear Suspension Swing Arm

Parking Brake Mechanical Lock

Max. Load Capacity (lb) 210

Max. Speed (mi/hr) 45

Battery 12V-9A

PACKING SIZE (in) 226x132x117 cm /G.W. 435 KGS NW: 410KGS

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