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Old 01-01-2004, 03:22 PM
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Thumbs up 100+ Mph Go-Kartz!

Can you Picture Troutly chasing HyperBaja down 1 day in one of these>>



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Old 01-01-2004, 03:32 PM
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TITANIUM BALLS!! Awesome!!
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That would be a F ing awesome ride / Blast ! Probably something like a GSX-R 1100 motor
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I want one!!!!!!!!!

Was thinking a 125CC gearbox kart , but htis would be the heat!

Anyone cooking these up in the US?
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I've got a Yerf Dog yard kart with front suspension and big tires. I replaced the tecumseh 6 horse with a Honda 250 Big Red 3 wheeler motor. Electric start, reverse, and 5 speed.

It ain't like what we just saw but it is fun.

I once called on an ad in the paper for:

Go kart. 80 horse Merc. $450.

It would take me three pages to describe what I saw. Suffice it to say that this GSXR powered kart HAS to be MUCH safer than the machine I went to see...
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Oh and 15 years ago, a friend of a friend had a homemade kart made out of a refrigerator dolly with a Kawasaki H2 750 motor on it.

They ran it 140 mph all the time at their local speedway.
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Sick unit there!!! I WANT ONE!!!!!
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I can see R addiction ripping around the track on one. Wearing the helmets that hold the beer cans!
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CAP, Did you say Arnolds?!!
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That's cool BUT way to much motor in a kart of that size!

A 80 or 125cc 2-stroker with shifter is the way to go.
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