Toys Toys MotoTec Solar Battery Powered Go KartItem # HN-BGT218
- Solar- or battery-powered electric go-kart
- 2-hour ride time at speeds up to 15 mph
- Steel frame, 9-inch pneumatic tires, aluminum rims
- 16Ah 24V battery pack and 350W DC motor
- Easy-to-use extra-safe disc brakes with hand lever
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- Difficult To Assemble
- Poor Design
Comments about Toys Toys MotoTec Solar Battery Powered Go Kart:
I ordered this go-kart for my grandchild. We were so excited when it got here. All I had to do was put on the seat. Easy enough. We charged the battery for over 8 hrs. When my grand son got home from school he got in it for the first time, man he was ready for fun. He turned it on pushed the button to make it go forwards and he went about 5 inches until the chain came off. I don't know about you all but this grandma is no mechanic and I don't know what to do to fix this problem. So I called Hayneedle and let them know what has happened, I was told that all they could do is get in contact with Big Toys and have them e-mail me and direct me on how to fix this problem. This is what they sent me. Remove the chain guard. Then loosen the 4 bolts holding the motor to the frame. Then just slide the motor backwards to tighten the chain, then tighten the 4 bolts.
Try to keep the motor sprocket straight with the wheel sprocket. The motor will pivot a tad left and right, so just hold it as straight as you can when you tighten the bolts.
Chad. I was also told this
Sorry to hear about the issues. Unfortunately we can't take it back once assembled/used. But, we can get you up and running under the warranty.
The chain popping off is a common problem, you just have to adjust the motor, they are never set perfect from the factory.
First, remove the chain guard so you can see the motor and wheel sprocket.
Then loosen the 4 bolts holding the motor to the frame. This is the same way you will tighten the chain later once it stretches.
Then simply move the motor aligning the motor sprocket with the wheel sprocket. Once in place, and the chain being tight, tighten the 4 bolts.
If the sprocket is off more than you can move the engine, you can remove the sprocket and add some washers behind it.
Let me know if this makes sense or if you need more help?
Thank you, WHAT THE HECK????? The go-cart was assembled before it even got to my house. And it was not driven but 5 inches. Not once did I say I wanted my money back. But now I do. This go-kart went from fun time to frustrating. If I knew that I was supposed fix it before it got here I would have gotten a Razor go-kart. But I do have to say that the body of the go-kart is extremely strong and well put together. I just wished I knew what I was doing to fix it.
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