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Old March 16th, 2010, 08:54 PM   #1
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Has anyone heard of a remote kill switch for a pw50? I see there is some on e-bay just wondering if anyone has used them.
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Old March 16th, 2010, 09:14 PM   #2
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Just pick up a rock.
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I'm pretty sure a PW50 has an adjustable throttle stop, how fast can you run?
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the thorottle is adjustable, if i turn it down then it will hardly move and if i turn it up its to fast, it doesnt help on one side of the property theres a pond and the road on the other.
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I'm sure you could fashion one out of an R/C controller and one servo. - be much easier to just buy one.
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On my daughters PW, We didn't have the bolt for the throttle so I grabbed a bolt and nut that was the correct thread. we cranked the bolt all the way so that when she got on it, she wouldn't move. From there we moved it about a 1/8 of a rotation till we got it to the point that she could ride the entire yard without it bogging down to much. I would say that she's at about 3 to 4 turns from being all the way in, and she's going plenty fast enough for a 7 year old (about 45lbs). keep in mind that the bike runs better as it warms up too so it will slowly get a little faster.
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