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OWNER’S MANUAL
Read and understand this entire manual before riding!
Item Numbers:
Dirt Rocket MX350 15128050
Dirt Rocket MX500 15128190
Dirt Rocket MX650 15165070
CONTENTS
Safety Warnings .................................................................................1
Before You Begin.................................................................................2
Assembly and Set-Up...................................................................... 3-5
Repair and Maintenance ................................................................. 5-9
Troubleshooting Guide ................................................................ 11-12
MX350 Parts................................................................................ 13-14
MX500 / MX650 Parts ................................................................ 15-16
Safety Reminders ..............................................................................17
Warranty Information ........................................................................17
SAFETY WARNINGS
WARNING: Riding an electric motorbike can be a hazardous activity.
Certain conditions may cause the equipment to fail without fault of the
manufacturer. Like other electric vehicles, the Dirt Rocket can and is intended
to move, and it is therefore possible to lose control, fall off and/or get into
dangerous situations that no amount of care, instruction or expertise can
eliminate. If such things occur you can be seriously injured or die, even when
using safety equipment and other precautions. RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK
AND USE COMMON SENSE.
These bikes were manufactured for performance and durability but are not
impervious to damage. Jumping or other aggressive riding can over-stress
and damage any product, including the electric motorbike, and the rider
assumes all risks associated with high-stress activity.
This manual contains many warnings and cautions concerning the
consequences of failing to maintain, inspect or properly use your electric
motorbike. Because any incident can result in serious injury or even death, we
do not repeat the warning of possible serious injury or death each time such a
possibility is mentioned.
Maintain a hold on the handlebars at all times.
APPROPRIATE RIDER USE AND PARENTAL SUPERVISION
This manual contains important safety information. It is your responsibility to
review this information and make sure that all riders understand all warnings,
cautions, instructions and safety topics and assure that young riders are able
to safely and responsibly use this product. Razor USA recommends that you
periodically review and reinforce the information in this manual with younger
riders, and that you inspect and maintain your children’s vehicle to insure their
safety.
Keep your fingers and other body parts away from the drive chain, steering
system, wheels and all other moving components.
The recommended rider age (12 years for the MX350, 14 for the MX500, and
16 for the MX650) is only an estimate, and can be affected by the rider’s size,
weight or skills. Any rider unable to fit comfortably on the Dirt Rocket should
not attempt to ride it.
A parent’s decision to allow his or her child to ride this product
should be based on the child’s maturity, skill and ability to follow
rules.
The Dirt Rocket is intended for use on flat, level ground without loose debris
such as rocks or gravel. Wet, slick, bumpy, uneven or rough surfaces may
impair traction and contribute to possible accidents. Do not drive the electric
motorbike in mud, ice, puddles or water. Avoid excessive speeds that can be
associated with downhill rides. Never risk damaging surfaces such as carpet
or flooring by use of an electric motorbike indoors.
Be careful and know your limitations. Risk of injury increases as the degree
of riding difficulty increases. The rider assumes all risk associated with
aggressive riding activities.
Never carry passengers or allow more than one person at a time to ride the
electric motorbike.
Never use near steps or swimming pools.
Never use headphones or a cell phone when riding.
Never hitch a ride with another vehicle.
Do not ride the Dirt Rocket in wet or icy weather and never immerse the
electric motorbike in water, as the electrical and drive components could be
damaged by water or create other possibly unsafe conditions.
Do not ride at night or when visibility is limited.
Keep this product away from small children and remember that this product
is intended for use only by persons who are, at a minimum, completely
comfortable and competent while operating the vehicle.
PROPER RIDING ATTIRE
Always wear proper protective equipment such as an approved safety helmet
(with chin strap securely buckled), elbow pads and kneepads. A helmet may
be legally required by local law or regulation in your area. A long-sleeved
shirt, long pants and gloves are recommended. Always wear athletic shoes
(lace-up shoes with rubber soles), never drive barefooted or in sandals,
and keep shoelaces tied and out of the way of the wheels, motor and drive
system.
DO NOT EXCEED THE WEIGHT LIMIT OF 140 pounds for the MX350, 175
pounds for the MX500, and 220 pounds for the MX650. Rider weight does not
necessarily mean a person’s size is appropriate to fit or maintain control of the
Dirt Rocket.
Do not touch the brakes or electric motor on your electric motorbike when in
use as they can become very hot.
USING THE CHARGER
The charger supplied with the electric motorbike should be regularly
examined for damage to the cord, plug, enclosure and other parts, and in the
event of such damage, the bike must not be charged until the charger has
been repaired or replaced.
Refer to the section on safety for additional warnings.
ACCEPTABLE RIDING PRACTICES AND CONDITIONS
Always check and obey any local laws or regulations which may
affect the locations where the Dirt Rocket may be used.
Ride defensively. Watch out for potential obstacles that could catch your
wheel or force you to swerve suddenly or lose control. Be careful to avoid
pedestrians, skaters, skateboards, scooters, bikes, children or animals who
may enter your path, and respect the rights and property of others.
Use only with the recommended charger.
The charger is not a toy.
Always disconnect from the charger prior to wiping down and cleaning your
electric motorbike with liquid.
The Dirt Rocket is meant to be used only in controlled environments free of
potential traffic hazards and not on public streets or sidewalks. Do not ride
your electric motorbike in any areas where pedestrian or vehicle traffic is
present.
FAILURE TO USE COMMON SENSE AND HEED THE ABOVE
WARNINGS INCREASES RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY. USE WITH
APPROPRIATE CAUTION AND SERIOUS ATTENTION TO SAFE
OPERATION.
Do not activate the speed control on the hand grip unless you are on the
electric motorbike and in a safe, outdoor environment suitable for riding.
1
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Remove contents from box. Remove the foam separators that protect the components from damage during
shipping. Inspect the contents of the box for scratches in the paint, dents or kinked cables that may have
occurred during shipping. Because the Dirt Rocket was 95 percent assembled and packed at the factory,
there should not be any problems, even if the box has a few scars or dents.
Estimated Assembly and Set-Up Time
Razor recommends assembly by an adult with experience in bicycle mechanics.
Allow up to 30 minutes for assembly, not including initial charge time.
Allow up to 12 hours for initial charge (see page 3 for charging information).
Charger
Rear Brake Lever
Brake Lever
Adjuster
WARNING:
DO NOT USE NON-RAZOR
PRODUCTS WITH YOUR RAZOR
DIRT ROCKET. The Dirt Rocket
has been built to certain Razor
design specifications. The
original equipment supplied at
the time of sale was selected
on the basis of its compatibility
with the frame, fork and all
other parts. Certain aftermarket
products may or may not be
compatible.
Charger
Port
Charger
Plug
Front Fork
Wheel
Speed Control
Back Brake
Adjuster
Front Brake Lever
(MX500 & MX650 Only)
Tire
Drive
Chain
Required Tools
Some tools may be supplied; however, we recommend the use of mechanic’s grade tools. Use the supplied tools only as a last resort.
2.5mm, 4mm and 5mm
hexagonal key wrenches
(included)
Wrenches
(included)
Screwdriver
(included)
Spoke tightener
(Included)
Bicycle-style tire pump for
Schrader valve tires, with
pressure gauge
Need Help? Visit our web site for updates and a list of authorized service centers at www.razor.com or call toll-free
at 866-467-2967 Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Pacific Time.
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ASSEMBLY AND SET-UP
Charging the Battery
Your electric motorbike may not have a fully charged battery; therefore it is a good idea to charge the
battery prior to use.
• Initial charge time: 12 hours
• Run time: up to 40 minutes
• Recharge time: up to 8 hours,
• Average battery life: 250 charge/discharge cycles
depending on the level of depletion
Charger
Port
Charger
Plug
2 Plug the charger plug into a
1 Plug the charger port into the
wall outlet.
port on the electric motorbike.
The charger works with the
power switch in either the on or
off position.
WARNING:
Always disconnect your electric
motorbike from the charger before
cleaning with liquid.
Note: If your charger does not
look like the one illustrated,
your unit has been supplied
with an alternative charger.
The specifications and charging
procedure would not change.
The charger has a small window
with one LED or two LEDs to
indicate the charge status. Refer
to the illustration on the charger
unit for the actual “charging” and
“charged” status indications for
your model charger.
Chargers have built-in over-charge
protection to prevent battery from
being over-charged.
Be sure to properly align the
groove on the charger input
plug with the corresponding
socket on the case; otherwise,
no charging action will occur.
Attaching the Front Forks – MX350
1 Remove steering bolt, spacer
sleeves, washers and nut from
front fork assembly.
Loosen top fork crown bolts.
Top Fork Crown Bolt
Top Fork Crown
with Pinch Clamps
Lower Fork Crown
with Pinch Clamps
Steering Bolt
Washer
Spacer Sleeve
Fork
Spacer Sleeve
Washer
Nut
2 Insert the spacer sleeves
on the top and bottom of the
frame.
3 Slide the fork into position
4 Install washer and nut onto
and insert the steering bolt.
The bolt must go through the
washer and spacer sleeve and
between the steering bearings
inside the frame.
steering bolt. Tighten until snug,
then back off slightly to allow
the steering to rotate freely
with no binding or end-play.
Tighten the top fork crown bolts.
3
WARNING:
Failing to properly adjust and
tighten the nuts and bolts that
affix the forks can cause you to
lose control and fall.
ASSEMBLY AND SET-UP
Installing the Front Wheel – MX500 / MX650
Fork
Ball
Bearing
Nut Washer
Axle
Disc
Brake
Spacer Washer
and slide disk brake into caliper.
Small Spacer
Washer
Wheel
1 Position wheel in front fork
2 Make sure ball bearings are inserted in the wheel hub. Slide
axle through fork, spacer washer and though wheel hub. When axle
passes through the other side of the wheel hub, add the other spacer
washer and slide though the fork. Secure with washer and nut.
Note: Front axle is installed with the spacer washers between
the fork and wheel for all Dirt Rockets. If your model has one short
spacer, it goes on the side of the hub with the disc brake.
Attaching the Handlebars
1 Using a 5mm hexagonal
key wrench, remove bolts
from handlebar clamp.
3 Insert bolts and tighten
2 Place handlebars in handle-
securely. When properly
tightened, the handlebars
should not move forward or
back.
bar clamp and adjust angle
parallel to the fork.
Attaching the Front Fender and Number Plate
1 Align bolt in fender with
hole in fork. Insert bolt
through hole in fork and
secure with nut.
2 Remove screw from front
fork assembly. Align hole in
number plate with hole in fork
assembly. Insert and tighten
screw.
4
WARNING:
Failing to properly adjust and
tighten the bolts that affix the
handlebars can cause you to
lose control and crash.
ASSEMBLY AND SET-UP
Inflating the Tires
Tires are inflated when shipped, but they invariably lose some pressure between the point of
manufacturing and your purchase.
Using a bicycle-style tire pump equipped for a Schrader-type valve, inflate the front tire to the PSI indicated
on the sidewall of the tire.
Note: The pressurized air
supplies found at gasoline
stations are designed to inflate
high-volume automobile tires.
If you decide to use such an
air supply to inflate your tires,
first make sure the pressure
gauge is working, then use very
short bursts to inflate to the
correct PSI. If you inadvertently
over-inflate the tire, release the
excess pressure immediately.
Testing the Brakes
To use the brake, squeeze the lever to increase the pressure on the brake. The brake lever is fitted
with a cable adjuster to compensate for cable stretch and/or to fine-tune the lever movement to brake
engagement. If brake is not engaging properly, follow instructions for adjusting the brakes outlined below.
REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
Check the Razor web site for any updates on the latest repair and maintenance procedures.
Turn power switch off before conducting any maintenance procedures.
q Adjusting the Brakes
WARNING:
MX350
1 To adjust the play, thread the
brake lever adjuster in or out 1/4
to 1/2 turn until the desired brake
adjustment is attained. Most
adjustments are complete at this
step. If brake still needs further
adjustment, proceed to step 2.
The brake is capable of
causing the electric motorbike
to skid the tire throwing an
unsuspecting rider. Practice
in an open area free from
obstacles until you are familiar
with the brake function. Avoid
skidding to a stop as this can
cause you to lose control or
damage the rear tire.
2 If the brake lever adjuster is
threaded outward and the brake
still has too much slack, use the
back brake adjuster at the rear
brake for additional adjustment.
MX500 / MX650
37-4
4 mm
1 To adjust the play, thread the
brake lever adjuster in or out
1/4 to 1/2 turn until the desired
brake adjustment is attained.
Most adjustments are complete
at this step. If brake still needs
further adjustment, proceed to
step 2 for rear brake.
2 If the brake has too much
3 If the brake rotor is
slack, loosen the rear anchor
bolt and pull the brake wire
tighter. The distance of the
brake wire between the end
of the cable and the anchor
bolt should be between 37mm
and 44 mm.
dragging on the brake pads,
use your fingers to twist the
caliper adjuster in either
direction until rotor is centered between pads.
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REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
q Chain and Rear Tire Replacement – MX350
Tools required: 10mm wrench, two (2) 8mm wrenches, and two (2) 17mm wrenches.
1 Loosen screws and remove
2 With a 10mm wrench,
3 With two 8mm wrenches,
4 With two 17mm wrenches,
5 Pull the wheel out. Note the
6 Install the new chain or
7 To hook up the brake housing
8 Install the brake spring and
9 Tighten the brake housing
chain guard.
loosen the axle. Push the chain
tensioner down to loosen the
chain and pull the wheel out.
Note: Your hands will get greasy
doing this.
anchor, align the cable guide
adjuster and install the spacer
and bolt. Do not tighten until
final step.
loosen the brake cable anchor
and disconnect the cable.
loosen brake housing anchor
and disconnect. Keep the spacer
and washers together.
wheel by slipping the chain
around the axle. Slide the axle
into the slots on the frame.
Slide the chain tensioner down
and maneuver the chain onto
the rear sprocket and front
sprocket.
arrangement of the hardware
sequence.
anchor securely. Re-attach
the chain guard. Test ride and
check. Readjust as needed.
thread the cable wire into the
cable anchor. Thread the cable
to its original position and
tighten securely.
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REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
q Chain and Tire Replacement – MX500 / MX650
Tools required: Phillips screwdriver and two (2) 17mm wrenches.
1 Loosen screw and remove
2 Loosen the rear axle by
3 Push the chain tensioner
4 Pull the wheel out. Note the
5 Install the new chain or
6 Re-attach the chain guard.
chain guard.
arrangement of the hardware
sequence.
attaching wrenches to both axle
nuts and loosening counterclockwise.
down to slacken the chain
and disengage the chain from
the wheel sprocket and
motor sprocket. Pull the wheel
downward.
Note: Your hands will get
greasy doing this.
wheel by slipping the chain
around the axle. Slide the axle
into the slots on the frame.
Slide the chain tensioner down
and maneuver the chain onto
the rear sprocket and front
sprocket.
Test ride and check. Readjust as
needed.
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REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
q Replacing the Fuse – MX350 / MX500 / MX650
1 Remove the fairing/body
cover.
WARNING:
To prevent shock or short circuit,
please follow the instructions
accordingly and do not skip or
combine any steps.
3 Open the fuse cover to
2 Locate the fuse cover
expose the fuse.
attached to the batteries.
Amperage
number
4 Remove the fuse and replace
with a new one of equal
amperage.
Note: Amperage is located
on top of fuse and should be
replaced with equal amperage.
5 Close the fuse cover and
reattach the fairing/body cover.
qChecking Spoke Tension – MX500 / MX650
Spoke
Flange
Spoke
Nipple
27
28
Hub
Flange
4
Spoke
Flange
Rim
Nipple
1 Verify spoke tension by grasping and shaking each spoke. Spoke
3
2
1
2 Start with spoke closest to
should not be loose from hub. Look for any play between spoke flanges where it mates with hub. Try to turn nipple using your fingers. You
should not be able to spin any nipple by hand. If one or more spokes
are loose, or if you can turn any nipple using your fingers, all spokes
must be checked and need to be tightened with a spoke wrench.
tire valve stem and tighten each
nipple, in sequence, exactly 1⁄4
to 1⁄2 turn. A single 1⁄4 to 1⁄2
turn may not be enough to bring
the spokes into proper tension.
Continue tightening all spokes
no more than 1⁄2 turn in
sequence until all spokes
are tight.
Note: Tightening each nipple
more than a 1⁄2 turn each can
cause the wheel to become
distorted and wobbly thus
permanently damaging the
wheel.
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WARNING:
Regularly check the spoke
tension and retighten the
spokes whenever loose. If
you have any doubt, ask an
experienced motorcycle or
bicycle mechanic to inspect
your spokes to determine if
the spokes need tightening or
adjusting.
REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
q Chain and Sprocket
The chain will typically have a “loose spot” and “tight spot” corresponding with a particular sprocket
rotational position. This is normal and common to all chain-driven vehicles due to run-out tolerances of the
freewheel and sprocket. The chain should be adjusted to the ideal tension with chain in the tightest spot.
Proper chain alignment must be maintained. The wheel must not be skewed. If the chain is noisy or rough
running, check the lubrication, tension and alignment of the sprockets, in that order.
WARNING:
To avoid a pinch or injury, keep
fingers away from moving
sprockets and chain.
q Battery Care and Disposal
Do not store the battery in temperatures above 75° F or below -10° F.
CONTAINS SEALED LEAD BATTERY. BATTERY MUST BE RECYCLED.
Disposal: Your Razor product uses sealed lead-acid batteries which must be recycled or disposed of in
an environmentally sound manner. Do not dispose of a lead-acid battery in a fire. The battery may explode
or leak. Do not dispose of a lead-acid battery in your regular household trash. The incineration, land filling
or mixing of sealed lead-acid batteries with household trash is prohibited by law in most areas. Return
exhausted batteries to a federal or state approved lead-acid battery recycler or a local seller of automotive
batteries. If you live in Florida or Minnesota, it is prohibited by law to throw away lead-acid batteries in the
municipal waste stream.
q Charger
The transformer/charger supplied with the bike should be regularly examined for damage to the cord, plug,
enclosure and other parts, and, in the event of such damage, the Dirt Rocket must not be charged until it
has been repaired or replaced.
Use ONLY with the recommended charger.
q Replacement Parts
The most frequently requested replacement parts (wheels, tires, tubes, batteries and chargers) are
available for purchase at some Razor retail partners or online at www.razorama.com. For other parts
contact an authorized Razor repair center.
q Repair Centers
For a list of authorized Razor repair centers:
• Check online at www.razor.com.
• Send an e-mail to customerservice@razorusa.com or call 866-467-2967 for the center nearest you.
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WARNING:
If a battery leak develops, avoid
contact with the leaking acid
and place the damaged battery
in a plastic bag. Refer to the
disposal instructions at left. If
acid comes into contact with
skin or eyes, flush with cool
water for at least 15 minutes
and contact a physician.
SB 1918 (CALIFORNIA) DECLARATION
YOUR INSURANCE POLICIES MAY NOT PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR ACCIDENTS INVOLVING
THE USE OF THIS SCOOTER/ELECTRIC VEHICLE. TO DETERMINE IF COVERAGE IS
PROVIDED, YOU SHOULD CONTACT YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY OR AGENT.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Vehicle does not run
Possible Cause
Undercharged battery
Solution
Charge the battery. A new battery should have been charged for at
least 12 hours before using the vehicle for the first time and up to 8
hours after each subsequent use.
Check all connectors. Make sure the charger connector is tightly
plugged into the charging port, and that the charger is plugged into
the wall.
Make sure power flow to the wall outlet is on.
Vehicle was running but
suddenly stopped
Charger is not working
You may check to see if your charger is working by using a volt meter or
asking your local Razor authorized service center to test your charger
for you.
Loose wires or connectors
Check all wires and connectors to make sure they are tight.
Burned-out fuse
The fuse will burn out and automatically shut off the power if the
motor is overloaded.
An excessive overload, such as too heavy a rider or too steep a hill,
could cause the motor to overheat. Replace the fuse with a new one
of equal amperage. Correct the conditions that caused the fuse to burn
out and avoid repeatedly burning out fuse.
Short run time (less than
30 minutes per charge)
Motor or electrical switch damage
Contact your local Razor authorized service center for diagnosis and
repair.
Undercharged battery
Charge the battery. A new battery should have been charged for at
least 12 hours before using the vehicle for the first time and up to 8
hours after each subsequent use.
Check all wires and connectors. Make sure the battery connector is
tightly plugged into the charger connector, and that the charger is
plugged into the wall.
Make sure power flow to the wall outlet is on.
Vehicle runs sluggishly
Battery is old and will not accept full
charge
Even with proper care, a rechargeable battery does not last forever.
Average battery life is 1 to 2 years depending on vehicle use and
conditions. Replace only with a Razor replacement battery.
Brakes are not adjusted properly
Refer to brake adjustment instructions on page 5 of this manual.
Driving conditions are too stressful
Use only on solid, flat clean and dry surfaces such as pavement or
level ground.
Tires are not properly inflated
The tires are inflated when shipped, but they invariably will lose some
pressure between the point of manufacturing and your purchase. Refer
to instructions on page 4 and 5 of this manual to properly inflate tires.
Vehicle is overloaded
Make sure you do not overload the vehicle by allowing more than
one rider at one time, exceeding the maximum weight limit, going up
too steep a hill or towing objects behind the vehicle. If the vehicle is
overheated, the temperature circuit protector will slow motor down
and if the condition continues, will shut off power to the motor. Correct
the driving conditions that caused the overheating, wait 5-10 minutes
and then resume riding. Avoid repeatedly overheating the unit.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Sometimes the vehicle
doesn’t run, but other
times it does
Possible Cause
Loose wires or connectors
Solution
Check all wires around the motors and all connectors to make sure
they are tight.
Motor or electrical switch damage
Contact your local Razor authorized service center for diagnosis and
repair.
Charger gets warm
during use
Normal response to charger use
No action required. This is normal for some chargers and is no cause
for concern. If your charger does not get warm during use, it does not
mean that it is not working properly.
Vehicle does not stop
when applying the brake
Brakes are not adjusted properly
Refer to instructions on page 5 of this manual to properly adjust
brakes.
Vehicle makes loud
noises or grinding
sounds
Chain is too dry
Apply a lubricant such as 3 in 1 or Tri-Flow to the chain.
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MX350 PARTS
Keep your MX350 running for years with genuine Razor parts. Visit our web site or e-mail us for more information on spare part availability.
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Handlebar end cap
Grip, half length
Speed control, twist grip
Handlebar
Handlebar foam padding
Handlebar pad cover
Fender, front
Brake lever with electric cut-off switch
Grip
M5x10mm flat head Phillips screw
Number plate
M8x45mm socket head bolt
Handlebar clamp, upper
Handlebar clamp, lower
M6x30mm socket head bolt
Washer, oversize
Washer, 6mm, flat
M6 nylon lock nut
Front fork assembly
Washer, 8mm, flat
Washer, 8mm, lock
M8x20mm socket head bolt
Fork crown, top plate
Seat cushion
Washer, 5mm, flat
M5x14mm Phillips self-tapping screw
Front cover
Fender, rear
Side plate
Washer, 4mm, flat
M4x14mm Phillips self-tapping screw
M6x8mm flat head Phillips screw
Fork leg cover, right
M10 Nut
Washer, 10mm, flat (1.5mm thick)
Washer,12mm, flat (1.5mm thick)
Bushing, front axle
6001 bearing
Axle, front (198mm)
Bolt, steering (M10x182mm)
Washer, 10mm, flat (2mm thick)
Bushing, steering
6202 bearings
Bushing, inner steering
Frame
Wheel, front
Tire and inner tube, front
Fork leg cover, left
Battery pad
Bushing, swing arm
Bolt, swing arm (M8x109.5mm)
Block, foot peg
Pin, 8mm DIA x 25mm long
Foot peg, left
Bearing spring
Bearing
M6x10mm
M5x6mm Phillips screw
M6x30mm
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Cover, tensioner wheel
Screw, tensioner wheel
M6x16mm screw
Base, chain tensioner
Spring, chain tensioner
Bushing, front wheel, inner
606 Bearing
Kickstand
M8x20mm screw
Washer, 8mm, lock
Frame, rear fork
Foot peg, right
Pin, 12mm DIA x 89.5 mm long
Shock absorber, rear
M5x6mm flat head Phillips screw
Chain guard, front
M4x10mm Phillips self-tapping screw
Motor
Chain guard, rear
M6x12mm screw
Washer, 6mm
Frame plug
M6x18mm screw
M6x10mm screw
Electronic control module
Washer, 4mm (half round)
Spacer, rear wheel, right
M6x14mm screw
Arm, chain tensioner
Freewheel
Sprocket, rear
Chain
Axle, rear wheel
Bushing, rear wheel, inner
Wheel, rear
Tire and inner tube, rear
Drum, brake
Bushing, brake, inner
Brake assembly
Spacer, rear wheel, left
M5 lock nut
Cable stop, brake
M5x25mm screw
Cover, charger port
Charger port
On/Off switch
Battery cover, right
M5x12mm Phillips screw
Battery strap
Battery (12V, 10Ah)
Battery cover, left
M4x16mm Phillips self-tapping screw
Bushing, brake
Pad, foam
M6x16mm flat head Phillips screw
Chain plate, outer
Chain plate, inner
Circuit breaker
Frame cap
MX350 PARTS
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MX500 / MX650 PARTS
Keep your MX500/MX650 running for years with genuine Razor parts. Visit our web site or e-mail us for more information on spare part
availability. (Specifications subject to change without notice.)
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Fender, front
Cover, handlebar pad
Handlebar foam padding
Clamp, handlebar, upper
Clamp, handlebar, lower
Handlebar
Speed control, twist grip
Grip, right
Brake lever with electrical cut-off switch, left
Grip, left
Fork crown, top plate
Plastic cover, mock gas tank
Battery cover, right side
Plastic cover, middle
Seat
Rear fender
Chain guard, front
Outer plate, chain guard
Chain
Sprocket, rear
Inner plate, chain guard
Base, chain tensioner
Cover, chain tensioner
606 bearing
Spring, chain tensioner spring
Wheel, rear
Tire and inner tube, rear
Motor
Rear axle
Spacer, rear axle, inner
6001 bearing
Brake drum
Spacer, brake, inner
Brake assembly
Cable stop, brake
Kickstand
Frame, rear fork
Shock absorber, rear
Frame, front
Foot pegs (left and right)
Foot peg, rubber cover (left and right)
Charger port
On/off switch
Battery cover, left side
Battery
Front axle
Wheel, front
Tire and inner tube, front
Front fork assembly
Number plate
M5x10mm Phillips screw
M6x30mm screw
M6 lock nut
Washer, 6mm, flat
Washer, oversized
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M8x45mm screw (handlebar clamp)
M8x20mm screw
Washer, 8mm, flat
Washer, 8mm, lock
M5x14mm Phillips self-tapping screw
Washer, 5mm, flat
M5x14mm Phillips self-tapping screw
Washer, 5mm, flat
M5x14mm Phillips self-tapping screw
Washer, 5mm, flat
M5x14mm Phillips self-tapping screw
Washer, 5mm, flat
M5x16mm flat head Phillips cross screw
M6x14mm screw
M6 lock nut
M6x30mm screw
M6 lock nut
M6x14mm screw
M6 lock nut
Washer, 6mm, flat
Plug, frame
M6x18mm screw
M6 lock nut
Spacer, rear axle, outer, left
Washer, 4mm washer, half round
Washer,10mm, flat
M10 lock nut
M8x20mm screw
Washer, 8mm, flat
Washer, 8mm, lock
M6x14mm screw
Washer, 6mm, flat
M6x10mm screw
Pin, 8mm DIA x 25mm long
M5x6mm Phillips screw
M6x30mm screw
Steel ball spring
Bushings, front wheel, inner and outer
Washer, 4mm, half round
Washer, 10mm, flat
M10 lock nut
Steering bolt (M10x182mm)
Washer, flat (top and bottom)
Bushing, steering, inner (top and bottom)
Bushing, steering, outer (top and bottom)
6202 bearing (top and bottom)
M10 lock nut
Bushing, brake mount
M5x25mm screw
5mm flat washer
M5 lock nut
Pin, 12mm DIA x 89.5mm long
Bushing, swing arm
M5x14mm screw
5mm lock washer
MX500 / MX650 PARTS
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SAFETY REMINDERS
PRE-RIDE CHECKLIST
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Loose Parts
There should not be any unusual rattles or sounds from
loose parts or broken components. If you are not sure, ask
an experienced mechanic to check.
Brake
Check the brake for proper function. When you squeeze the
lever, the brake should provide positive braking action.
Frame, Fork and Handlebars
Check for cracks or broken connections. Although broken
frames are rare, it is possible for an aggressive driver to
bash into a curb or wall and wreck and bend or break a
frame. Get in the habit of inspecting yours regularly.
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Tire Inflation
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Safety Gear
Periodically inspect the tires for excess wear and replace as
required, and regularly check the tire pressure and re-inflate
as necessary. If you get a flat tire, the inner tube can be
patched or a new tube can be purchased from Razor or an
authorized repair center.
Always wear proper protective equipment, such as an
approved safety helmet, elbow pads and kneepads. Always
wear shoes, never drive barefooted or in sandals, and keep
shoelaces tied and out of the way of the wheels, motor and
drive system.
DO NOT RETURN TO STORE
Do not use this vehicle for the first time until you
have inflated the tires to the correct PSI and
charged the battery for at least 12 hours.
Failure to follow these instructions may damage
your vehicle and void your warranty.
WARRANTY
Razor Limited Warranty
The manufacturer warranties this product to be free of manufacturing
defects for a period of 90 days from date of purchase. This Limited
Warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, tires, tubes or
cables, or any damage, failure or loss caused by improper assembly,
maintenance, or storage or use of the Razor Dirt Rocket.
For your records, save your original sales receipt with this manual and
write the serial number below.
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Item Numbers:
MX350 15128050
MX500 15128190
MX650 15165070
This Limited Warranty will be void if the product is ever:
• used in a manner other than for recreation;
• modified in any way;
• rented.
The manufacturer is not liable for incidental or consequential loss or
damage due directly or indirectly to the use of this product.
Razor does not offer an extended warranty. If you have purchased an
extended warranty, it must be honored by the store at which it was
purchased.
Need Help? Visit our web site for updates and a list of authorized service centers at www.razor.com or call toll-free
at 866-467-2967 Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Pacific Time.
Printed in China for:
Razor USA LLC
PO Box 3610
Cerritos, CA 90703
© Copyright 2005 Razor USA. All rights reserved.
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