Shadowrcmegatech: Chassis geometry is not the best. Other than that it is great.
Shadowrcmegatech: Is that young the giant or cage the elephant in the background?
JD Felda: Where did you get the transmission??
lokisgodhi: Five hundred pounds of scrap metal flying in loose formation. Looks like
terrible fun. Have the cops started parking a cruiser outside your house
24/7 yet? You really should have an engine in it that allows you to out run
Jim Rowlings: i'd go with 8 or 10 hp engine
ducks Garage: Some good ideas, some good engineering, but a lot of bad practice. Looks
like a blast, hope you don't kill yourself
Tacical Gray: How does one build and design these types of things I want to but have no
idea where or how to start
Bear Artorius: In some states you can register a vehicle like that as a motorcycle. I bet
that thing would turn better than 90 miles per gallon and fun as well.
I actually have a similar design that I have started. I'm using a 35hp
340cc air cooled snowmobile motor so I plan on using a two speed
transmission with reverse connected to the belt drive CVT that the
snowmobile already has. I'm hoping my two seat tandem design will have a
90mph top speed and average 65 miles per gallon. I'm also going for a
ww2/post apocalyptic mix for looks. So naturally I love your machine.
Shawn Stafford: Cool bike
Jonathan Crandall: Could you do a tutorial on how you made the transmission. I am thinking of
building my own go cart and i would like to have a decent transmission.
Balachandran Saminathan: that was cool, but Y not useing super bike engine
Tony Smith: Man! You're construction materials are so excellently basic! Right down to
the angle iron. You're engineering is exquisite. What a problem solver! A
friend an I are thinking of building two similar vehicles for ourselves and
are very inspired.
Lil Doggy: really cool engineering in that machine
blosom2315: I feel like he should have a leather helmet some goggles and a scarf
John Riggs: Noice! I nominate you for membership in the Mad Max Society. If there isn't
one there should be.
Everyone Relax: 50mph...shooo...
mutley245: To many people these day wouldn't do what you did without a seatbelt or
helmet I am so glad to see you show faith in your creation. And I would
rather be seen driving your contraption than some production model any day.
When I was a kid we used to weld two automatic scooters together and race
them. they worked suprisingly well. No youtube back then. So hats off to a
potentially great engineer!!!
never4getthis: Put some panels on that and you will get to 120 kph
mnementh56: Why not get it plated as a motor cycle with permanently affixed side car?
melvin bar: how to reverse your bike?coud you give me an idea?can you send me our
crazycarl696969: the 4 speed is badass
voltron63: outstanding work...
Nick Kluger: what transmission is that?
StarPuss www.ToxicRedNeck.Com: Nice setup!
David Abraham: nice job
Traxxasaddict17: Amazing, man! Just the motivation I need to start my own!
Marcos Orlando de Oliveira Ferreira: De quanto foi o custo ?
Tony Flaherty: nice ride!!!!
Aled Davies: must of took alot of time
James Larke: I believe you would call that a "jack shaft".
Marcos Orlando de Oliveira Ferreira: Excelente iniciativa, parabéns
עמי-חי הדר: מי מכיר מטחכת אגריה עובדת
James Cooper: your my best friend
oliscor: nice work my friend!!!
THOMAS D: It's So funny ! You are a engineer .. I like the designs and the motors !
Good job ;)
denjen010: can you do another driving video but the camera mounted under the steering
wheel pointed at you?
Terry Crisman: I was wondering about the transmission,what's it from....
VegardMinde: This guy is a genius!
Larken McRorie: Bro let me know when I can get this off your hands!
Owen McColl: That's really pretty awesome
Michael Garafalo: You could use a cable shifter to straighten out the shifting.
Nativeborn2285: id like more information about the transmission that you used for your
Owen McColl: Cage the elephant shake me down!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Randall Gessford: AWESOME BUILD !!!
SolarSavage: Well done
nozmoking1: Wow - you need to find a wrecked KZ1000 and scavenge the engine/gearbox to
replace the lawn mower engine. But it's a cool bit of backyard engineering!
0vilge0: very good, I like the clutch mechanism, it is a perfect idea on a vehicle
such small as this
smokierspy: That thing I bad freaking ass lol I want one .. Nice build
Vrok Kronos: That is a very cool rat rod (of sorts) do you take that to car/hot rod
Homemade 3 Wheel Go-Cart (T-REX Car) 4 speed transmission4.8
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