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Elstar Tank EAE250

Elstar Tank EAE250

4.0 from 6 reviews

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Darren

DarrenSouth East Queensland, QLD

Purchased from MONO MOTO with TOW pack & Full warranty

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Got the latest 2019 ELSTAR TANK 250cc with all the updates ... F & R racks Tow Pack with lower gearing great for pulling our arena rake & lawn trailer with ease new lights and ultra quiet muffler. Really like the twist throttle and the single foot operated brake , makes spraying fast

Purchased in January 2019 at Mono Moto Pty Ltd for $2,950.00.


250cc

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I love my 250cc so far. It spends it's life on sandy roads/tracks and on the beach and loves it. I tend to keep it out of sea water and I dosed it in fish oil when purchased 2 years ago. I would love to grab another one some day.

Date PurchasedSep 2016

soon as u get it change your air filter!

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Date PurchasedOct 2017
Lukey

LukeyBrisbane

  • 9 reviews
  • 1 like

Good value for money

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Great value for money and came mostly assembled. Have used on small farm for years without major problems. Towed a trailer most of the time. only thing currently wrong its rear pivot arm bearing has snapped so out of action. Has been a good workhorse over the years and would consider another one especially as they continually refine the issues.

Date PurchasedJan 2012

Cant fault it

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Very happy with the 250cc quad i have it on beach all the time. it loves the sand and shallow water. just change out oil before you start it. i am going to buy another for my wife in the comming months if or when they come back for auction on ebay. changed to the 15t cog and still get about 75 to 80 on sand and im 100kg
good for the money. very powerful


Great for small farm use lower gear set is good for trailers etcW

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Easy set up out of the box, fuel hoses are junk, some of the racks are a little out of square as are the plastics dealer didn't want to replace distorted plastics just offered cheap spares latter on! Bike is comfy to ride engine and other structural parts seam fine. Offers good bang for you money companies to a Jap quad.
Value for money as apossed to a Jap b
Fuel hoses, plastics distorted no dealer help

Questions & Answers

Mark W.

Mark W.asked

I would like to know what the intake and exhaust valves should be set at (cold). As mine has had 4 months use and has valve tap when hot. Yes i do have and use the equipped thermo fan.

No answers

Barry

Barryasked

Would this be suitable for carting sport equipment at little athletics?

2 answers
Jack M
Jack M

depending on the weight of the the equipment you wish to carry, I use a small polly trailer I got from bunnings to pull full loads of fire wood up steep hills and it has done the job for almost 2 years now, also carry around a 60L weed sprayer in the summer and it handles that pretty well, but i once tried to pull a full size steel box trailer with it and it didn't like towing it, if you have a small trailer to suit it you should be fine.

Barry
Barry

Thanks Jack. We wouldn't be carrying too much weight. Just discus and shot puts. We just need it to drive around a flat oval. What sort of trailer did you buy. Good trailers can be hard to find!
Regards Barry


Shane

Shaneasked

I was wondering if this quad can be fitted with a tow ball on the front?

2 answers
Jack M
Jack M

Maybe if you have welding skills, but to be honest I don't know if the front frame would be strong enough, but that depends on what you want to tow with it, and if you do end up getting one just keep an eye on the chain and keep it nice and tight as I have had a good few problems with my one coming off on steep hills and in reversing, but other than that the quad is pretty good so far, hope this helps you out ;)

Cheers

kgl61
kgl61

The new AG Boss 250 comes with trailer and tow bar


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