Benjamin Spears: To answer any questions, it is a good buggy iv had one for 4 yrs going on 5
and it runs great still. I havent had to replace eny parts on it yes except
the spindle on the drivers side because i crashed it. Parts are cinda hard
to find but you can get them on ebay for cheap. I have gotten it up to 48
going down a hill with a koso variator and 10g roller weights. Would i
recomend it, yes. Aftermarket parts like a clutch and exaust are easy to
finn and there cheap. If there is any questions that i dident answer just
jose mata: How much adjustment is there on the seat? Im driving 450 miles round trip
to buy one for my 5 year old. Its mostly for me and the wife until he gets
used to the power
Adasiek9595: take off the air intake make it just a filter and bigger diameter it will
run better and have more power
Davis Young: Is this a quality buggy? Will it last long? Im not a expert on replacing
parts and such but I am going to buy this from a powersports dealer if I
get decent feedback. I want to know if this is even functional without any
ProStickAnimator: When you said what ever this was that was near the suspension is called a
Evan hucwith: How much would this cost if I wanted to buy one ?
joe Perez: do the seats move forward and back or no
Jordan Robinson: How fast is it
mscharcross: your camu was moving little
Mike Guertin: Would this fit in the back of a pickup bed? Looks like a blast
Usernameinvalid16: The thing that "sucks in the air" is not actually sucking in any air. its
called a PCV Breather it's venting the crank pressure. With out that or if
that is plugged up it will blow a gasket in the bottom end.
Tarick Erritouni: Same with mine but it's still good to know your parts just in case.
monsterman1122: I got mine from like a motor sports store...so any dirt bike/atv/utv store
will usually have stuff like this.
dylz777: Is this street legal???
monsterman1122: @BNSF617 I already showed the adjustable steering...but you're right. I
left out the adjustable driver's seat...
monsterman1122: Oh I got you. Well, I do not have a concrete answer, but I have had this
for over two years with no battery issues what so ever...
CHUCKTOWN247: how fast does it go
pendulumrulez: I'd rather spend money on a Yamaha Blaster, which is a WELL known brand and
quad. Plus I can put aftermarket stuff on it.
pendulumrulez: 2,300 for this thing that will last me a month max. But on the other hand I
can spend 1000 for a used blaster thats virtually bullet proof.
monsterman1122: Fastest I've gone is 47 mph.
XxbrandonxX234: hey man very nice video also great job at showing everything good detail
monsterman1122: 6:59 is my neighbors house hahah. but yeah i see what you mean
pendulumrulez: This is American made? Not Chinese?
monsterman1122: I'm 6'5 and it fits me...you might just have to move the seat up. There is
a lever underneath the drivers seat that allows you to slide the seat
monsterman1122: Just was throwing a number out there. All vehicles like motorcycles, atv's,
and go karts get really good gas milage.
monsterman1122: I'd say go with with 250. More power and just a little more fun. The 250
also has independent suspension in the rear so its better than the 150's.
Overall the gts 250 just has more power along with more bells and
whistles...like a horn turn signals, speakers, etc.Your choice.
superdonuts777: I have one too but it won't start up, can you do a vid showing all of the
engine components wtc
monsterman1122: Yeah I guess...you can't really see my house though you just see the pool
David Pisciotta: nice video man. Looks pretty fun.
aweburrito: 60 mpg?
jdavvs: How fast do these guys go?
devonte spencer: thats why it works and the parts are cheap cause its chinese if it was
american it be expensive wouldnt last and parts to expensive
monsterman1122: @mastercv1 I don't know. They must have a dealer somewhere in europe. Where
in europe? I've seen videos of hammerheads in europe so it must be possible.
Jordan Shaw: im lookin 2 buy 1 and im 5,3 would it fit me
monsterman1122: Unfortunately no. It is still running too well for me to get rid of it.
HaTeRsxGuNaHaTe: that thing that sucks in air is for the crank case breather you should
really hook that up
XxbrandonxX234: hey man very nice video
mastercv1: Thats such a beauty, does anyone know how to get it delivered to europe??
monsterman1122: By the way the person in this video is my little brother...just to clarify
why you would think I was reviewing a go kart when I was commenting on
other videos about lamborghinis...
monsterman1122: It'll go to about 47
Francis Dadson: is ti for sale
pendulumrulez: And what engine is in there?
Tarick Erritouni: At 5:25 you could have shone the adjustable steering wheel and driver seat.
Victor Pla: Where is the used lambo or 458? Hahaha poser
monsterman1122: The '07 gallardo spyder is in my florida house. Why have a car like that
when you live in greenwich...
ATVSANDPYROTECHNICS: good review Im looking at one to buy I have the old hammerheads but long
story mine doesnt work. What do you think of the new ones and which do you
think would be better the 150 or 250?
monsterman1122: Yes I live in Greenwich. I'm not sure what you mean about the alternator to
charge the battery.....
monsterman1122: It is a 150cc 4 stroke honda engine
Declan kot: in a car, the alternator is always recharging the battery when the car is
running, this makes it so the battery never really runs out of a charge
unless you don't start the car and you never have to jump the car until the
battery dies. I'm asking so then I can see if I need to buy a battery
charger or if it charges it by itself using an onboard alternator
Declan kot: do you live in greenwich connectictut, because I was on the easton/redding
rugby team last year and we played the greewich team. Nice game, lost by
only one try though, also, does the hammerhead have an alternator to charge
the battery because I was going to buy it to replace my yz250 and I want to
make sure it's a good buggy
Hammerhead GTS 150 Full Review/Driving4.5
out of 5