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.
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!!
Home built gokart
This is a gokart I made. It had 7.2" of front wheel travel and 6.5" on the
back. It is powered by a honda copy 16hp running a cvt setup.
Home made Go-Kart Portugal-Fotos
Engine: Zündapp Turbine refregiration(Typ:280-03 1972), 70cc (origanaly
49cc), 4-speed, electronic ignition C.D.I.(contact ignition origanaly),
Bing 21mm Carburator.
Frame: 30x30x1,5mm Steel
Rear Axel: Zündapp tricicle, with mechanical differential
Made in PORTUGAL!
350 v8 go cart first run burnout
This is in Kelowna BC CANADA
cookin off tires on our 5L
after this video we did weld rear end, put in a throttle pedal, a tach,
then jumped it, split the bell housing and blew it up :)
my homemade go kart part 3, first tests
i had to re upload this because poxy youtube disabled the audio for haveing
music on it.
anyway heres the longer part 3 i said i was uploading. since the last video
1-got rear axle
2-made rear axle bearings
3-got a full set of wheels from a kids pedal kart
4-set up the hydralic disk brake ( small dirt bike )
5-mounted the engine ( 50cc 2-stroke scooter engine )
6-set up the throttle pedal
it still needs some work ( floor,seat and brake pedal ) so i'll post that
in part 4
Burnout with my latest homemade go kart
This go kart took me 5 hours to build!
it has a Briggs & stratton 3,5hp 148cc go kart engine from 1992, the engine
is built for go karts and has a nice clutch.
Totalmente artesanal,año 2000 sigue funcionando perfectamente,suspension
trasera,refri.por agua,freno de disco,cambio en el volante 6v.
My TyRail Swingarm ReEngineered
Took out 6.5hp engine & swingarm assembly & built this swingarm using 12hp
Briggs & same 5 speed gearbox as my other gokart in Winter gokarting video
still a work in progess
Building the Go-Kart (High School Senior Project Video)
(Music By Juno Reactor)
The first video thats related to this is the entire video. this is just a
heres the Specs:
This project was done for a graduating grade at my high school. the grade
on it was a 98% and i got a 95 on my speech (which was 12 minutes long.)
this was the video i showed during my presentation.
this project took a total of 2 to 3 months of work, and i started with
ordering a set of go-kart plance from Don's DIY Den (diyden.net.) The
go-kart was origionally designed for a 5 horsepower motor, but i put
in a monster 18 horsepower twin cylinder
motor. it wasnt the BEST idea because the ngine is on the side and it is
kind of off weight. other than that and the crappy breaks, there are no
real problems with it.
The frame used mostly .095" one inch square tubing, and for the braces and
brackets, i used 1/4" sheet metal.
All of the parts in which i did not build or find from friends, i obtained
from northern tool (northerntool.com.) some parts like the front wheels and
steering wheel, i got from friends or yard sales. i got the engine from my
stepbrother Tony moore who i thank dearly. the engine is $1400 brand new.
it was used in Iraq to power a giant frige. tony bought it to grind up
horse poop. and i got it for free.
This thing started up the first pull and yes, i know the mixure is off, but
once we got this thing working, it topped out at about 50 MPH, andhad real
nice handling. not that great of a turning radious, but good handling.
the clutch was actually a belt clutch and i welded on a sprocket, and it
worked perfectly. it is a single speed which is similar to second gear. im
DYING for a two pully centrifugal clutch system so i can get all my horsepowers out. either
that or some shifter clutch five speed
i have done substantial work since this video. the front shocks DO look
bent. theyre not. single A-arm suspentions do move around like that. i
admit it does look dumb, SO i put some real beefy shocks up front, and it
did give it a four or five inch lift. and now it doesnt look bent anymore.
it went from lookling like
Rob and i welded on it using some TIG a lot of MIG, but mostly flux chore
welding. i used PAC to cut some pieces and i used a hydraulic sheer to cut
and bend a lot of the bracings, mounts, and brackets.
this project took a tootal of $700 dollars. its a good price considering
the fact that the motor is $1300 brand new.
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(UPDATE 11/1/07)- I found this project to be a big dissapointment to my
highschool career. its honestly one of my biggest accomplishments i will
ever complete in my lifetime, and i was not accredited properly. the school
had an award ceremony for the best senior projects. it was narrowed down to
the special edd kids, the dance kids welding stuff, and so on. it was
completely rediculous. a girl got an award for learning how to dance. a kid
got an award for learning how to play drums. every single award was like
that. no big accomplishments at all. and no award for me. all this was done
with my bare hands. i put more effort into this than most of thie kids didn
on theirs in the 3000 student school. and the schools system wasnt
professional enough to even notice my project.
even though i felt like it was a horrible waste of time when i didnt get
any awards, its still an accomplishment for me.
the gokart is currently sitting out in my backyard. it still runs good, but
i still need to add one or two support rails on the frame. the torque of
the motor and the poorly designed chain guard snapped the chain. once i get
off my lazy but, i might fix it.