This is my newest experiment, I built a tracked vehicle for a friend in a
wheelchair. The wheelchair can be rolled on and secured to the lower deck.
You can steer the vehicle as an electric wheelchair (joystick). On this
movie I am driving it, sitting on the hood.
It is electric, driven by two electric wheelchair motors, geared down to
create enough torq. Not fast but very strong. Motors have never stalled
since it has been geared down......................................God
created man, man does not create, man only experiments, Glory be to God.
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
Racing Mower/Go Kart is FINISHED!
NEW RACING MOTOR!!!
A Big Thanks to my subscribers for making this happen! You Guys ROCK!!!!
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Homemade Kawasaki buggy.
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Homemade Kawasaki buggy 4WD. It is built by non-profit association called
"RS Motorsport MTÜ". I just do advertising
Weight: 540 Kg. Racing equipment Check it out;
http://www.rsmotorsport.ee. They are doing good things
Le Ciclotron, un velo, une tronçonneuse, et un peu de folie!
Le CicloTRON c'est l'aliance d'un velo et d'une tronconneuse. Vous le voyez
ici le jour de sa construction.
Le moteur de tronçonneuse entraîne la roue arrière via un galet, qui est
tout simplement la cloche d'embrayage de la tronçonneuse!
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.
Monster Go Kart
The dates on the pictures are wrong. I built this Go Kart over this summer
in about 2 1/2 months. Video shows it's maiden run...more to come!!
Rigid frame go kart build slideshow
Intended for use on smooth dirt & grass, this kart took around 60 hours to
build. Rigid frame (no suspension) and side mounted motor give the kart a
short wheelbase, kart will fit in a 6x4 trailer.
The seat is fitted 30mm left of centre to compensate for the engine hanging
off the side. The engine is a 125cc Ducar motor - 4 speed manual.
The kart also features KSI cable operated caliper,Saas steering wheel &
Bayswater Power Trans. provided machine work on rear axle, sprocket &
carrier, and Powercycle in Bayswater provided the disc. Everything else has
been engineered by myself.
I made an Aluminium panel/heat shield between the fuel tank & muffler. I
had to make one to match for the other side, just so it looked right. I
haven't made any other panels or floor to let air flow through the frame,
as the engine is air cooled.
Kart will also be for sale soon. If you're interested, send me a message.
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 :)
Homemade Off Road Go Kart - Son and Dad project (Videos & Pictures)
Like most boys, my 10 yo son is excited about cars and engines and talks a
lot about it. We decided to offer him a real and new small engine last
Christmas for him to learn through the dismantling process. It didn't take
long that he asked me to build a go kart with him around it. For him, it
was a matter of a couple week-ends, but I really knew what it meant. My
first reaction...forget it!...but he didn't forget. I thought of it for a
few weeks, vacation are not planned yet, he won't be 10 yo for ever, than
it would be a great son & dad project that he would probably remember for a
long time. So long for my model airplane passion and motorcycle riding
this year. His birthday gift...parts and oil! Mainly sketched by hand,
drafted some parts on cad. Many hours of pleasure and learning later...
Mission accomplished. We finaly pull start the engine for the first time
today with lots pride and joy. I think he will remember...