Ground Force Drifter | The Razor Go-Kart That Does 180 Degree Slides

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The Razor Ground Force Drifter Does 180 Degree Turns and SlidesSuper Slider POM Rear Wheels on The Kart Do 180 Degree SlidesThe Razor Ground Force Drifter WheelsThumb Trigger Speed Accelerator Control and Hand Operated Rear Break for Those PowerslidesThe Razor Ground Force Drifter
The Razor Ground Force Drifter Does 180 Degree Turns and Slides
The Razor Ground Force Drifter Does 180 Degree Turns and Slides
Super Slider POM Rear Wheels on The Kart Do 180 Degree Slides
Super Slider POM Rear Wheels on The Kart Do 180 Degree Slides
The Razor Ground Force Drifter Wheels
The Razor Ground Force Drifter Wheels
Thumb Trigger Speed Accelerator Control and Hand Operated Rear Break for Those Powerslides
Thumb Trigger Speed Accelerator Control and Hand Operated Rear Break for Those Powerslides
The Razor Ground Force Drifter
The Razor Ground Force Drifter

Gound Force Drifter The Electric Go-Kart That Slides

The Ground Force Drifter is the electric go-kart that will have your little one drifting and sliding all over the place. The go-kart styled electric powered vehicle comes with solid rubber tires on the front and back. The back tires are Super Slider™ POM wheels that allow your child to do 180 degree slides. This electric go-kart, The Ground Force Drifter by Razor has hand operated brakes that let your child operate the brakes with ease and drift turns or powerslide those hairpin style turns

See The Ground Force Drifter in Action

Razor Ground Force Drifter Go-Kart

Razor Ground Force Drifter Kart
Razor Ground Force Drifter Kart

Electric-powered "drifter" kart based on original Ground Force design.

Variable-speed, chain-driven motor runs at up to 12 miles per hour.

Race-tuned chassis and super-slick rear wheels for serious neighborhood drifting.

Thumb-trigger acceleration control and hand-operated rear brake.

Runs for 45 minutes per charge; supports drivers up to 140 pounds.

 

The Razor Ground Force Battery

The battery system for The Razor Ground Force Drifter is 24V (two 12V) sealed lead acid batteries. The battery is rechargeable and a the charger for the battery is include with the purchase of the electric powered go-kart. The battery charge time for the Ground Force Drifter is 12 hours and will allow for up to 40 minutes of continuous use.

How Fast is The Ground Force Drifter

The Ground Force go-cart runs at 12 mph at full throttle. The high torque electric motor is controlled by a thumb tap throttle that is mounted on the steering wheel of the Razor Ground Force Drifter. The thumb tap throttle is easy to operate for your child to control or maintain the go-cart style drifter at any speed your child chooses.

The Body of The Ground Force Drifter

The Ground Force Drifters has a steel frame. The front wheels are molded aluminum with solid rubber tires. The rear wheels are Super Slider™ POM that slide and make it possible to do 180 degree turns. It has a bucket seat with a shoulder strap for safety. The vehicle runs on a high torque electric motor that runs on two 12 volt batteries. Handling is provided by a steering wheel that includes thumb tap acceleration and hand operated rear brakes.

Ground Force Go-Kart

Razor Ground Force Drifter Kart
Razor Ground Force Drifter Kart

The go-kart that slides and does 180 degree turns. Powered by a high torque electric motor that allows for up to 45 minutes of continuous fun.

 

Specs for The Ground Force Drifter

Product Weight: 55 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions: 39.5″ x 26.5″ x 16″
Battery: 24V (two 12V) sealed lead acid battery system
Rechargeable UL approved battery and charger included
Tools included
Some assembly required
Product decoration and specifications subject to change without notice

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