Homemade Snowmobile

Homemade snowmobile. Collapsible. Length 1,55m disassembled. The maximum speed of 45 km / h. Removing the steering wheel and skis 1 minute.

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Step 1:

4 roller diameter of 130mm. Mounted on the bearing diameter of 52mm. To reduce the weight of the spring is not installed. Led Star 40-46. Circuit 520.
moving the drive and driven roller

Step 2:

Centrifugal clutch made of the car's brakes. The brake drum bearing 2 installed. On the motor shaft sleeve dresses with defined blocks of the same car. Pads compressed springs. When you reach 2000-2200 rpm pads to uncoil and begin to rotate the drum from the vehicle.

Step 3:

188F Engine 380cc. 4 cycles. Manual start. Tank 6.5 liters. On the installed motor centrifugal clutch. Star on the engine 11.

Step 4:

Drive by snowmobile. Width 220 or 380mm. I collected with both options. Much difference in patency noticed. The length of 2 meters.

Step 5:

Ski by snowmobile. Plastic pad and a metal frame. Shaft diameter 25mm. Ski has a swing on a hinge. I recommend lydu drop slightly below 50 mm. You can set a spring. Removal and steering skis going 1 loosening the bolt. Therefore, it is fast enough.

Step 6:

The frame is made of metal profile 20 * 20 * 2 mm and 15 * 15 * 1.5mm (top). To reduce the weight of the spring is not installed. they are not required for snow. The frame must withstand jumping, so sledat reinforcing plate. Frame length 1.55 meters. Front and rear moving star. Front chain tensioner. Rear drive for tension

Step 7:

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The technique is very interesting. Required management skills motorcycle or bicycle. The speed of up to 45km / h.

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    4 Discussions

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    StevieJ112

    Question 6 months ago on Step 4

    could you tell me where you got the track so I can get one?

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    DutchS2

    Question 9 months ago on Step 2

    How did you make the centrifugal clutch from the car brakes? Any guidelines? Website?

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    AnteG1

    11 months ago

    Hello

    where did you buy the snowmobile track?

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    MotoKraftz

    1 year ago

    Sounds interesting but the lack of instruction in proper English makes it impossible to replicate.