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 We bought a Hisun sector one 1000 2017 model bought it in 2018 20 some hours they put a transmission in 30 some hours they put a motor in Pedro Mario Mario‘s boss and Neil they lied would not send parts they sent a team Appear to work on it and could not speak no English at all and had a problem with it since day one and a year later still have problems the machine is a piece of crap and there is nothing Hisun will do for that machine at all except oh you’re #Warranty is out 

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1 minute ago, David Dissler said:

 We bought a Hisun sector one 1000 2017 model bought it in 2018 20 some hours they put a transmission in 30 some hours they put a motor in Pedro Mario Mario‘s boss and Neil they lied would not send parts they sent a team Appear to work on it and could not speak no English at all and had a problem with it since day one and a year later still have problems the machine is a piece of crap and there is nothing Hisun will do for that machine at all except oh you’re #Warranty is out 

 

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On 12/1/2018 at 8:55 PM, David Dissler said:

 We bought a Hisun sector one 1000 2017 model bought it in 2018 20 some hours they put a transmission in 30 some hours they put a motor in Pedro Mario Mario‘s boss and Neil they lied would not send parts they sent a team Appear to work on it and could not speak no English at all and had a problem with it since day one and a year later still have problems the machine is a piece of crap and there is nothing Hisun will do for that machine at all except oh you’re #Warranty is out 

What do you mean what problems I have had asked  Pedro  for the letter that I sent him to give to Mario get the records from El Dorado Cycle in El Dorado Springs Missouri  Records four   Selector 1000  I had stuff still broke this summer with the  rear end on that thing and they wasn’t fix them

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Welcome to the forum David.

Now don't take this the wrong way, but the whole thing that you've posted, is a little bit confusing. If I understand correctly, you feel that someone has done you wrong. Maybe that's true, but if that's what you want us to understand...then you'll have to put it out with a bit more detail. Even then , I don't think that we're in a position to help. If you're looking for help moving forward, then as a forum, we'll do what we can to guide your efforts. But it's unlikely that we'll be able to go to this guy's house, and beat the crap out of him, if that's what you had in mind lol.

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I just bought a 2019 1000 sector had it one day the exhaust got so hot  and red I thought it was going to melt down took it back to the dealer they put 2 new o2 sensors in ( less than 100 km) took a week to get the parts  week later I take it out going down trail in high range the rearend or transmission starts banging and slipping total mileage on bike is 286km bike is back in shop waiting on approval from hisun to tare it apart  so is this normal on these 1000 sectors 

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On 12/1/2018 at 9:55 PM, David Dissler said:

 We bought a Hisun sector one 1000 2017 model bought it in 2018 20 some hours they put a transmission in 30 some hours they put a motor in Pedro Mario Mario‘s boss and Neil they lied would not send parts they sent a team Appear to work on it and could not speak no English at all and had a problem with it since day one and a year later still have problems the machine is a piece of crap and there is nothing Hisun will do for that machine at all except oh you’re #Warranty is out 

I agree with others, this message is disjointed and confusing. "...still have problems..." tells us nothing--What are the problems?

"... could not speak no English at all..." means they could speak English and "no not English". Needing a tranny in 20 hours and motor 30  says to me that someone beat the crap out of it...

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