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  • Qiye 125cc 4-wheeler

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Engine: 125cc single cylinder
    3 speed semi-auto w/ reverse
    throttle limiter (governor)
    hand held key fob w/ remote kill
    4-stroke - straight gas (no oil/gas mix)
    Cooling: air cooled
    Max horsepower: 5.7kW/7,500r/min
    Max torque: 8.0N.m/5,500r/min (N.m/r/min)
    Bore*stroke: 56.5 X 49.5 mm
    Max speed: 70km/h
    Ignition: CDI
    Starting system: electric start
    Battery: 12V, 5Ah
    Engine oil: 2.4L

    CHASSIS

    Transmission: 3 speed semi auto with reverse
    Drive: chain
    Front Suspension: dual a-arm with shocks
    Rear Suspension: mono shock
    Brakes: front drum, rear hydraulic disc
    Brake operation: hand and foot levers
    Tires: front 19 x 7.00 - 8 / rear 18 x 9.50 - 8
    Fuel capacity / type: 1 Gallon / 90+ octane
    Weight,N.W: 101kg
    Max load: 143 lbs

    DIMENSIONS

    Wheelbase: 950mm
    L*W*H: 1450x970x990 mm
    Height to seat: 710mm
    Min ground clearance: 140mm

    This is not going to be much of a build thread so please don't get too excited. This is the 4-wheeler we bought for Paul. The mods will be very limited. This will be used to assist us in some of our farm chores. Plans are to make a hitch to pull a small dump trailer and to also my a custom trailer/dolly to haul lumber around the farm. Anyway I can honestly say that I have a very happy son.

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  • #2
    Spent yesterday and today designing and fabricating a hitch for the 4-wheeler so it can pull a lawn cart/trailer.

    I may brace it up more later but I feel it is good enough for what the 4-wheeler is capable of.

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    • #3
      Just a quick update. I tried out the hitch and used the trailer to take some paving stones to camp. Then for the return trip I loaded the trailer up and hauled up one of the few Paul has excavated from the creek so that it can be disposed of properly. The hitch functioned properly and there were zero issues with it.

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      • #4
        Ordered a 2" hour gauge today. We have less than 30 minutes on it so far. I am planning to do an oil change on it tomorrow but I will have to wait and see how things go.

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        • #5
          Quick update. I found a spot that I could mount the hours gauge and got it mounted. I still need to wire it up.

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          • #6
            Hours gauge is now hooked up and working.

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            • #7
              We are trading this off for a larger 4wheeler and wanted to do something special for the lady who is getting it. she likes camouflage and frogs so we are doing it out for her in Camo-Frogs.

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