Want a cool trick to pressurize the tank tough going trough the hassle of slamming the lid on? so fill the chamber with vinegar and leave a bit of space. then make a tin foil Boat and fill it with baking powder, manage to make it float on the vinegar so that the vinegar and baking soda dont touch, place the lid on and when ready shake it hard. Voila!
Great work! id even consider hanging a fan somehow underneath haha, will definitively consider this build for when i make mine!
tthe engine size is not very important if you gear it for torque. this is a 200 cc and a single speed. to get it to accelerate reasonably i am limiting myself to 25 kmh. its not supper fast. i would almost try to add in a lawnmower transmission in it. i had started another project but never really finished it
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i wish i was, i used to love this show, its probably my main influence in asking duct tape for Christmas as a kid haha
funny you mention, it dose. the snow blower throttle stays where you put it at, i find this risky but it is very comfortable. but the way i geared it down it doesn't go supper fast just has allot of toque so its not crazy dangerous, i weigh 180 ponds an can do donuts on this thing
suprisingly well, sounds like a big quad, since it only has one piston when the engine idles it a big american type of sound, the stock exhaust used to sound like a lawn mower
haha thanks, but the key is to have fun all along the way, some moments in a big project may be hard but finding clever solutions that work leaves you with a sense of accomplishment that I really enjoy