Trailmaster's Cheetah 300E comes packed with the same Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system as the Cheetah 200E now with an upgraded 275cc engine! The extra power of the 300E lets it haul loads of up to 500 lbs at speeds up to 32 MPH! Electronic Fuel Injection allows this go-cart to start reliably in all temperatures and weather conditions with no carb or choke. A smooth- shifting CVT automatic transmission and water cooling provide years of reliable, hassle-free riding. The gearing ratio setup on this buggy is built to provide maximum low-end torque. The Cheetah is decked out with an articulating rear suspension equipped with anti-slop pull belts, which make it much harder to roll over compared to other rear solid axle machines. Grippy, 22 inch tires and front and rear hydraulic brakes root the Cheetah to the ground even on the roughest courses, and rack and pinion steering allows for impeccable control. Features also include LED head lights, turn signals and tail lights, a parking brake, four-point safety seat belts, a bikini sunshade top and exciting sporty graphics! Comes in a selection of colors.
- Model: TrailMaster Cheetah 300E
- Engine: Single cylinder, 4 stroke, Water cooled
- Displacement: 275.6cc
- Transmission: Automatic CVT with Reverse
- Shift Gear: Hand Shift
- Final Drive: Chain
- Bore x Stroke: 2.85x2.63
- Max power: 13kW/7500rpm
- Max torque: 22N.m/5000rpm
- Max speed: 32 MPH
- Starting system: Electric
- Ignition: CDI
- Battery: 12V/10Ah
- Fuel capacity: 2.64 gal.
- Brakes (Front/Rear): Hydraulic Disc / Hydraulic Disc
- Tires (Front/Rear): 22x7-10 / 22x10-10
- Suspension (Front/Rear): Dual A-Arm / Dual A-Arm and Dual Shocks
- Max load: 500 lbs.
- Wheelbase: 71 inches
- Seat Height: 18.5 inches
- Min ground clearance: 5.9 inches
- Net Weight: 650 lbs.
- Gross Weight: 750 lbs.
- Dimensions (LxWxH): 92x55x58 inches
- Shipping Dimensions (LxWxH): 88x48x25 inches
Assembly Info: Here is a basic breakdown of what you can expect on the assembly. When you get this kart it will be unassembled in a crate.
- Take the unit out of the crate and sort out the parts.
- Put on the front and rear tires
- .Put on the roll cage.
- Install the seats.
- Install the steering wheel.
- Put in the Battery.
- Check all your bolts and gas up your unit.
- Start your unit!
- Assembly Time 4 - 6 Hours
Note: The actual assembly may vary, and it is always best to have a Certified Mechanic assemble your unit.
Please remember that by purchasing a vehicle from us, you are making a Factory Direct purchase and you are responsible for performing the final assembly and setup that a store or local dealer would normally perform.
Assembly typically includes un-crating and installing/checking the wheels, seats, roll bars, hooking up the fuel line, battery and lights, checking tightness of all nuts and bolts, changing oil, etc. Although we do provide some general information and Setup Guides on our website, occasionally some units may need other routine items checked/adjusted such as cleaning and adjusting the carburetor and fuel tank, checking to ensure wires are well connected, adjusting chain slack and alignment, if needed.
Since you are skipping a dealer and saving over half the price of a usual retail customer, you will need to perform the final assembly (as stated above). This will take generally 4-6 hours or more to perform depending on your product and skill level. We STRONGLY RECOMMEND that a Qualified Mechanic perform the setup of your product. We cannot refund or exchange your unit if you cannot perform these functions. By placing an order with BMI Karts you agree to these terms
Residential and Lift-Gate fees may increase shipping cost.