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 cart - Paoay, Philippines
I modified the steering to become smooth by putting a steering gearbox from a volks wagon..and again i got it from a junk yard shop..





125CC GO KART PROJECT
We slapped a 125cc engine on a $100 go kart frame. Entire project came out to $600. Silver engine turned out to be no good so we replaced it with semi-auto engine in this video https://youtu.be/dVv3wAksP8w Music used in the video is; Staccato by Vibe Tracks, Shake by Vibe tracks, You like it by Vibe tracks, Invisible by Vibe Tracks. All these songs can be found in free youtube library under video manager in Create section.





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.





Gravity Racer - The Next Phase
The Gravity Racer build continues, with a full body, paint job, a new name, some mild testing, its first race and some unpleasant discoveries (and their partial and ongoing solution). This includes my in-car footage from the AIGRF December 2011 race, but is not the official race video. See http://aigrf.blogspot.com for more details.




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