TIM CAMERON 2011 SHOWTIME COMPILATION
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TC pretty much shocked everybody when he built his buggy called SHOWTIME.
It's Jimmy Smith Motorsports Chassis and TC built the rest at his shop.
There isn't many hills he didn't hit in this buggy in the last few months.
He started breaking the 300m RCV shafts so he decided to build some new 14
Bolt axles with Ouverson Shafts and Rockwell Outers. So I can't wait to
see how he treats in next.
150cc Offroad Go-kart Ride/Review
This is a video of my 150cc buggy. One of the worst vehicles to ever enter
my garage in my opinion. Gearbox was very clunky from the factory, always
went out of alignment, etc. It had a GY6 scooter engine commonly used in
these China buggys. Not to fast nor slow. Downfall to these is that they
take up tons of space, not very particle and are terrible for road use. I
would only recommend these to people who have a place to ride it. I do
have to admit... It was pretty reliable, always started right up.
Hammerhead twister 150gt
Here is our twister 150gt... comments please..
if you need help or have questions about your 150 or 250 buggy let us
know..we'll be glad to help you out.. we also do mods. out of our shop, so
if you need something done message us.....
James Carroll Buggys 2 Drift Special
Here is the second buggy i made the jc2,its a r750 with hydraulic
handbrake,quick rack steering,toora racing seat,racing steering wheel and
digital speed and rev clock, 0 to 60 is around 4 seconds with a top speed
of about 120 mph.Looking forward to making the 1200cc version.........
Fun With The Modded American Sportworks Carbide/Quantum 150cc (1080p)
This is just a video of me riding around our back field, jumping, doing
some doughnuts, riding through our forest, riding through our ditch and
flipping my ASW Carbide / Quantum 150.
I got this a couple months ago and have done some mods to it, but
eventually I plan on putting a nice motorcycle engine on it to give it some
The mods I've done to it sofar are I've added flood lights to it, I've cut
open and completely gutted the Exhaust
then welded it back together and put a bigger opening on the end, I've
replaced the restrictive stock air box on it with a K&N air filter, I've
re-jetted it, I've changed the clutch arm springs and torque springs, I've
put a better spark plug in it and I put a high output coil on it. I think
thats about it. :P It's a night and day difference from when it was is
stock form and has enough power and speed to have some fun, but I still
want alot more. So hopefully before the summer is over I'll get around to
finding a good motorcycle engine and find time to make it work.