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.
BMS 600cc Cherry Bomb Dune Buggy BMS-CB-600
Looking for a dune buggy with consistent power and performance on virtually
any terrain? Check out the BMS 600cc Cherry Bomb! Designed for older
teenagers and adults, this go-kart is built to be ridden hard in even the
toughest areas. Featuring a 42 horsepower, 586cc dual
overhead cam engine enhanced with electronic fuel injection, the BMS 600cc
Cherry Bomb also comes with hydraulic disk brakes on the front and rear,
shaft for driving, independent suspension on the rear, and manual
five-speed transmission with reverse.
BMS takes pride in their go-kart production and delivers only the finest
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Buggy Elétrico Caseiro
Buggy Elétrico feito em casa com motor de ventoinha de Marea. Atinge 13
Km/h e a bateria de 12V - 30AH dura cerca de 45 minutos. Leva até 90Kg.
Custou cerca de R$ 1.000,00 para ser montado nas horas de folga. Demorou 3
meses para ficar pronto.
A tração é em apenas uma roda para facilitar as manobras em curvas.
How To Build A Dune Buggy From Scratch - 001 - Cutting Pipe & Tack Welding
Add your own music! The first day of work on the custom off-road dune
buggy was all about cutting six 21-foot pieces of pipe into 40+ small
pieces of varying length. I started with a jigsaw, gave up after breaking
7 blades, and then managed to find a miter saw and specialty blade for 1/2
the price of a chopsaw. I also used my FCAW (Flux Core Arc Welding) for
the first time, and tacked up the top planar section of the frame.
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