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im looking at building a 4 wheel drive go kart with full suspension and a very fast motor on it, something in the 150hp area if someone could help me out with info or plan it would be awsome
-- ben (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 22, 2004
you are fucking retarted it is imposible
-- oscar (email@example.com), July 31, 2004.
No he's not, it is possible, all you need is some 4-wheeler parts. or if your not concerned about mony, you can buy a cheep 4 wheel drive 4 wheeler and use the parts off it...i'v it done, so i know it's possible. infact if i can get aholde of the guy that has it, i'tt send you plans and pics
-- Brandon Silsbee (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 10, 2004.
"if your not concerned about mony" "i'v" "infact" "aholde" "i'tt"
The last guy who posted is a fucking retard, don't believe him. He can't spell - he must be 10 years old or less.
"I'm not 10, I'm just thick!"
As for your idea, look at a 4wd car with full suspension and a "very fast motor in it" (I assume you mean powerful. Small two-stroke motors are very fast but don't have much power). For exaple, a laser TX3. To make it into a cart, just strip it fullly, chop it and weld in a roll cage. That will work out the cheapest.
-- razz (email@example.com), October 03, 2004.
get subaru 4wd front and rear axles
ford fistiva engine and automatic transaxle
build a tube frame, mount the engine midship (sideways) so that the cv shafts can be used for driveshafts
should be fairly fast and light
i have the parts just havent got around to it yet
-- Alan Gliniak (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 07, 2004.
"fistiva". haha you said "fist". Just kidding, that's a good post, I hope it works out, be sure to post your results on this thread/forum as it would be nice to hear.
-- razz (email@example.com), November 08, 2004.