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.

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Homemade Go-Kart And Mini-Bike (GoPro & Rollover)
6.5 Hp Go-Kart and 5.5Hp Mini-Bike ┃ "Kart Build/Tutorial" Donations➤➤shoptechprojects@gmail.com (Paypal)┃ *Note: The steering column was not locked into place, therefore, you will notice Dan veering off course without steering on some occasions. Also, he is 6'3" tall, (I'm 5'7") which is why he looks a bit big for the kart! If you have any questions about the Kart, please follow the link at the end of the video. If you have questions after that, then fire away! They are not for sale... unless you give me obscene amounts of money.





New Jackshaft assembly and smaller sprocket
Here's the StratoGeezer kart with a vastly improved, simplified and tougher jack shaft assembly, plus a 48 tooth sprocket that replaces the giant 80 tooth - giving the kart more speed, while not sacrificing much torque at all.





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Briggs and Stratton Powered Homemade Prototype Buggy
A short video of my homemade 3hp Briggs & Stratton Buggy. The buggy has an upside down car differential and a 3 speed gearbox. The primary drive is belt drive and this is used as a clutch. The final drive is chain drive from the gearbox to the differential. The steering system is a steering box from a mitsubishi colt and the steering rods have been modified to suit the buggy. It isn't very fast but can tow a car trailer or a boat trailer and it goes anywhere.




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