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Hisun Sector/Vector 250 Service Manual?


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The only real difference is the plastic. Otherwise the vehicle is pretty much the same. The engine, suspension, electronics and all are all the same as the Strike 250. The only difference is the shift linkage, and the rear body. Even the OEM service manual is not 100% accurate either, so if you have any questions, please feel free to just ask and I will do my best.

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