premier essai sur route du kart...
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R1 Go Kart Passes a Cop
COOL INFO: Kart was bought for $5,000 plus shipping. It has had several
owners. Previous owner from Georgia owned kart for literally two weeks then
re-listed on eBay citing it was the most ridiculous thing he'd ever driven
and there weren't many places to use it. Originally this kart had 6 wheels
(google images R1 go kart). It was drag raced and crashed due to the front
wheels coming off the ground. One owner told the story of trying to get
the major tire manufacturers to produce a tire that would allow the kart to
attempt to go over 200mph and not blow up (find video below in description
of tire blowing up with speedo reading 181mph). 150mph or higher is
reached in fourth gear, there are six gears :). Kart has been sold and the
new owner is putting paddle shifters and other goodies on it. The local
police have had two driver suspects. Both suspects have been
harassed/threatened by police. They think they know who the driver was,
they're wrong. He still remains a mystery.
You DO NOT have my permission to re-upload my "R1 Go Kart Passes A Cop"
without my written permission. I have already filed copyright infringement
claims against 5 channels for re-uploading my video for financial gain.
This is a one of a kind custom frame built specifically for this engine.
One of the previous owners told me the gentlemen that bought it from him
had it up to 170-181mph. This kart is wicked.
WATCH TILL THE END, A POLICE CAR PASSES IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION!! If your
impatient to watch 10 minutes of video, skip to 7:50 and watch till the end
for the best part.
2005 Yamaha R1 Sport Bike engine in a Beisse Shifter Kart. Around 180 HP,
weighs about 220lbs. Previous owner had Kart up to 181 mph before a tire
blew out. Using GoPro Hero High Def camera with adhesive mount.
NOTE: The rear tires are worn out so the driver didn't do anything to
crazy. The ending was edited out to protect the driver.
Location: Northern Michigan
Here are a couple videos of the previous owner; where the speedo read
181mph and spun out.
MC Le Tre Isole ACCELERAZIONE MOTO 4° PARTE - 04 09 2011
4° TROFEO ACCELERAZIONE COMUNE DI PORTO TOLLE ORGANIZZATO DAL MOTOCLUB "LE
TRE ISOLE" 3/4 SETTEMBRE 2011,VALIDO PER IL CAMPIONATO TRIVENETO E PER IL
QUARTA PARTE PROVE MOTO E SCOOTERS DOMENICA 4 SETTEMBRE 2011
Gixxer Kart...A must see run
2005 GSX-R 600 engine mounted to a custom stretched 125cc shifter kart
frame. Power commander III, weight about 475 lbs with driver, ~110 WHP.
Hayabusa Turbo Mk1 Golf!!!
HR Engineering Busa turbo Mk1 Golf, Rear
wheel drive running around 200hp @ 0.5 bar Boost. The car is set up for 1.5 bar....Check
out the July edition of Golf+ for full spec and some superb pictures.
Go Kart 1000cc with flatshifter.
The Flatshifter has now been installed, the initial test run with the Kart
raised above the ground went well. Gearing up without moving the foot from
the throttle, and gear down using a throttle blipper, The gear change is
smooth in both directions. We are hoping to get it out on the track soon
and test it out, so until then I am going to grow a large set of nuts
before we go flying round the track.
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Mike Ragonese Deserter GS 270hp Mid-Engine Street Buggy before body installed.
NOTE: Expand/drop down this text for links with answers to your questions.
This video is of the first time running my mid-engine Deserter street buggy
with Pat Downs 270hp turbo motor, before
the body got installed. Also check out my other videos of the completed
car. Go to this web page ( http://www.ragonesekitchenandbath.com/deserter
) for details and pictures of the entire build. Also go to my Shutterfly
page at http://www.mikeragonese.shutterfly.com/thedeserter for all the
photos taken during the build and after.