Razor MX650 VS SSR Motorsports SRZ800

Razor MX650 VS SSR SZR800 Comparison Review

Razor MX650 VS SSR SZR800

Razor MX650 VS SSR Motorsports SRZ800 Comparison Review

You can never have too many electric mini dirt bikes! Today we are going to be taking a look at all the similarities and differences between the Razor MX650 VS SSR Motorsports SRZ800.

What are the main differences between these kids electric dirt bikes?

We’re going to kick off this electric mini bike comparison review with the main differences between the MX650 and the SRZ800.

Recommended Rider Age and Weight

  • The MX650 is recommended for riders ages 16 and up with a maximum rider weight of 220 pounds.
  • The SRZ800 is recommended for kids with a maximum rider weight of 100 pounds. SSR Motorsports does not give a specific recommended rider age, however you can tell by the maximum rider weight that this dirt bike caters to younger kids.
  • You can see that the Razor MX650 is an affordable option for both kids and adults whereas the SRZ800 is best just for younger, lighter kids.

Top Speed of the Razor MX650 and SSR SRZ800

  • The MX650 top speed is 17 mph.
  • The SRZ800 top speed is 16 mph.
  • MX650 has a slightly higher top speed when compared to the SRZ800.

One really important factor to always consider when looking at top speed is the rider weight. A heavier rider will more than likely reduce the top speed when compared to a lighter rider.

Continuous Run Time / Range

  • Range for the MX650 is 10 miles with a 36 volt rechargeable battery system.
  • Range for the SRZ800 is 9 miles with a 36 volt rechargeable battery system.
  • MX650 has a slightly better range than the SRZ800.

Similar to rider weight and top speed, range can also be reduced with a heavier rider.

Charge Time

  • MX650 charge time is 12 hours.
  • SRZ800 charge time is 4-6 hours.
  • The SRZ800 charges twice as fast as the MX650.

Size

  • Razor MX650 Dimensions
    • Length: 56 inches
    • Width: 24.5 inches
    • Height: 36 inches
  • SSR SRZ800 Dimensions
    • Length: 53 inches
    • Width: 24.8 inches
    • Height: 32.7 inches
  • MX650 is a little bit bigger than the SRZ800.

This particular difference makes sense since the MX650 caters to a rider up to 220 pounds and needs that extra length and height to allow for a more comfortable ride.

Weight

  • MX650 weighs 98 pounds.
  • SRZ800 weighs 88 pounds.
  • The SRZ800 is about 10 pounds lighter than the MX650

Motor

  • 650 watt motor in the Razor MX650.
  • 800 watt motor in the SRZ800.
  • SRZ800 has quite a bit more power than the MX650.

Razor MX650 VS SSR Motorsports SRZ800 – What’s the Same?

Now that we’ve reviewed the differences between these kids electric dirt bikes, let’s take a close look at their similarities.

Throttle

  • Both the MX650 and SRZ800 use a variable speed, twist grip throttle. This feature is especially useful to help a rider develop their throttling skills that can carry over to bigger, more powerful quads and dirt bikes down the road. It also makes it easier for the rider to control the top speed.

Brakes

  • Here is another similarity with both of these electric mini dirt bikes. Both use hand operated, front and rear disc braking systems.

Handlebars

  • In addition to the throttle and brakes, both of these electric dirt bike come equipped with adjustable handlebars with soft, rubber grips to cater to the size of the rider.

Where can you buy these kids electric dirt bikes?

Here is where you can find the current price of the MX650 and SRZ800:

Razor MX650

Razor MX650 electric dirt bike
 

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SSR Motorsports SRZ800

SSR Motorsports SZR800 electric dirt bike
 

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So what are you waiting for? Grab one of these awesome electric mini bikes TODAY!

Thanks for stopping by and checking out our Razor MX650 VS SSR Motorsports SRZ800 Comparison Review. Be sure to check out some of the other great electric dirt bikes brought to you by Wild Child Sports.

And remember to always educate yourself on motorcycle safety and always wear the appropriate safety gear!


Razor MX650 VS SSR Motorsports SRZ800

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