Make the most extreme margaritas, daiquiris, and other blended drinks with a gasoline powered chainsaw blender. No one will question your mixology authority with this 37cc two-stroke chainsaw engine, all controlled with real motorcycle handlebars, throttle, and kill switch.
I decided to keep the chain bar and replace the sharp chain teeth with a smooth bicycle chain, even up close you can't really tell the difference. This dangerous blender is sure to delight and excite your party guests.
Ready to terrify the neighborhood? Let's make!
This Frankenstein's creation mashes up a chainsaw, a blender, and motorcycle throttle assembly. This will work with just about any standard blender, so if you have an old one lying around this would make a fun reuse for it.
Here's the materials I used to make my chainsaw blender:
Coincidentally, both blenders and chainsaws have a clockwise spinning rotation and both motor shafts are left-hand threaded (the opposite of typical threading). The interface between the chainsaw and blender was surprisingly painless, but did require an uncommon left-handed threaded nut.