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 :)
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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.
Thanks for Watching :)
R1 Go Kart Passes a Cop
COOL INFO: Kart was bought for $5,000 plus shipping. It has had several
owners. Previous owner from Georgia owned kart for literally two weeks then
re-listed on eBay citing it was the most ridiculous thing he'd ever driven
and there weren't many places to use it. Originally this kart had 6 wheels
(google images R1 go kart). It was drag raced and crashed due to the front
wheels coming off the ground. One owner told the story of trying to get
the major tire manufacturers to produce a tire that would allow the kart to
attempt to go over 200mph and not blow up (find video below in description
of tire blowing up with speedo reading 181mph). 150mph or higher is
reached in fourth gear, there are six gears :). Kart has been sold and the
new owner is putting paddle shifters and other goodies on it. The local
police have had two driver suspects. Both suspects have been
harassed/threatened by police. They think they know who the driver was,
they're wrong. He still remains a mystery.
You DO NOT have my permission to re-upload my "R1 Go Kart Passes A Cop"
without my written permission. I have already filed copyright infringement
claims against 5 channels for re-uploading my video for financial gain.
This is a one of a kind custom frame built specifically for this engine.
One of the previous owners told me the gentlemen that bought it from him
had it up to 170-181mph. This kart is wicked.
WATCH TILL THE END, A POLICE CAR PASSES IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION!! If your
impatient to watch 10 minutes of video, skip to 7:50 and watch till the end
for the best part.
2005 Yamaha R1 Sport Bike engine in a Beisse Shifter Kart. Around 180 HP,
weighs about 220lbs. Previous owner had Kart up to 181 mph before a tire
blew out. Using GoPro Hero High Def camera with adhesive mount.
NOTE: The rear tires are worn out so the driver didn't do anything to
crazy. The ending was edited out to protect the driver.
Location: Northern Michigan
Here are a couple videos of the previous owner; where the speedo read
181mph and spun out.