600cc Gocart from Stockholm Ice cart
Jonas is Singel and plays allan, Gocart from Sweden, Stockholm with a 600cc
engine from a honda hornett. More info at http://www.norrortracing.se
Home Made GO KART from MONTALBAN RIZAL PHILLIPPINES
The time has come after a long time ive started to build and finish it with
my own knowledge and money,it was a hard project and cost me about 19 to 20
thousand pesos.It has a 2 stroke 50cc 2JA YAMAHA JOG engine and has a 14:13
spracket tooth ratio.
Green Dawg an Extreme Machine_KrawlZone.tv
We saw the Green Dawg at King of the Hammers and we were blown away, We had
to film it. This machine is insane.
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Neil's Car Works!
Neil built this car - literally - from the ground up! This video shows him
driving it for the first time. Dane and I are soo proud of him (the video
August 24, 2009.
Dane is 2 years old, mommy is 9 months pregnant, and daddy's car works!!
This is redneck ingenuity in its purist form. An old car frame, some tired
iron, a few belts and pulleys and away we go.
Builder/operator unknown. This was captured at the Santa Fe Trail Tired
Iron Show west of Larned Ks. Oct 11, 2008
Permission has been granted to NBC Comcast Entertainment Group to use the
video 'Redneck GoCart' on the SYFY channel on the "Insane or Inspired"
series begining Friday May 25th, 2012. This video is supposed to appear
in 'Motorized Moments' on June 22nd, 2012.
Update: This did appear on SYFY's "Insane or Inspired" June 22nd, 2012. It
came in as number 7 of the top 25 most outragous backyard creations.
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buggy HONDA CBR 600
sand car z silnikiem HONDY CBR 600.
Homemade gokart (gocart) with Harbor Freight 2.5 hp engine 79cc
I just finished up with this homemade gokart with a harbor freight 2.5hp
engine. We have a small backyard and my boys have never driven one before
so I was trying to have it go around lawn mower speed. I'd say it probably
goes 10mph when topped out. The governer is removed and it will wind out
with me on it to over 4500 rpm (I have a tiny tach). I used a 12 tooth
clutch and then took a spare jackshaft sprocket and welded it to a 40 tooth
axle gear which is on the jackshaft. Then it goes to a 13 tooth sprocket
and then to a 60 tooth. Frame is welded out of 1" tubing from local
hardware stores. It was very tricky because of the thin tubing and
avoiding blowing through the metal with the welder. This engine is capable
of much faster speed with
different gearing however my family has a yard with some hills and the boys
are cautious about putting the pedal to the metal so the low gearing works
fine. It did take me several head scratches to figure out why the engine
kept shutting down and then figured out it had a low oil cutoff that was
triggered when I was cutting the corners. I actually built two karts in
two weeks. First one was a 1.5 feet longer which was great for adults but
even with the adjustable seat the boys were having a hard time pushing the
gas all the way down.
The 60T sproket was swapped for a 40T sprocket on the main axle for
additional ground clearance. The current drive is a 12T clutch to a 40T on
the jackshaft outputing to a 11T and then to a 40T on the axle sprocket.
This gives a final drive ratio of approx 7:1. I clocked it with my gps at
12-13mph downhill and 11-12mph uphill yesterday with my 215lbs on it.
Climbed some fairly good hills with no problems. We hooked a radio flyer
wagon to it and I pulled my 11 year old son and 4 year old daughter in it
at the same time (an extra 110lbs) with no problems.
Since this is a popular video I figured I'd report back that the kart is
still alive. Both kids and adults ride it throughout the summer. Even had
it in the snow once or twice. Only real problems we have had is the allen
screws occasionally backing out of the sprockets (now using red Loctite
instead of blue). Engine still runs good. Have gone through a couple of
sets of tires. Other than that its still a blast and the frame has stood
R1 v Police ..... Police lose
Rider slows down for Traffic only to find a unmarked Volvo behind him ,
with NO hesitation he opens up over-taking another police car at high speed
. Loses cars with ease only to find they get a spotter plane out which the
biker outruns briefly.
Watch the end as the Biker just disappears (live feed to police
headquarters )How gutted were they ?