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 :)
Racing Mower/Go Kart is FINISHED!
NEW RACING MOTOR!!!
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Homebuilt Kawasaki KZ-650 powered Gocart
This was a project for me to pass the time between my '57 Chevy
Street/Strip car , my Rear wheel drive 350 Chevy powered Z-24 Cavalier, and
my current '29 Chevy truck street rod with a blown and injected 350. For
more info on the buildup and links to the rest of my projects go to:
I have since sold it to help finance my 29 Chevy truck project.
Simple Homemade Go Kart
"Moving from the City to the County"
After waiting for a welder for months, we finally got one. Using materials
around the property and taking parts from an old mini bike, we put this
riding machine together. We call it the "Tri-Kart". It is a simple design
and easy to build.
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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
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
12HP go kart build
Highly modified Yerf dog go kart from what year I have no idea. It was
pretty beat up when I got it but with a little TLC and some crafty
fabrication we brought it back from the brink. Engine is a 12hp tecumseh
power sport motor from a snow blower (358cc). Drive train is Comet 40
driver and driven with a 6:1 sprocket ratio to the axle. Should do almost
45 but havn't clocked it yet. Front end is off a newer Yerf dog spiderbox
but the entire front and top frame were modified to accept the front clip.
We named it Yerfenstein because of all the hatchet work we had to do to it.
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.