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After a session in his comparatively monstrous BMW M3, Boris Said comes over to gawk at Lawson's kart. ... which generated higher speeds, which is how we got from Ingels' crude contraption to Lawson's high-tech rocket ship in less ... Moving to full-size car circuits was a no-brainer, but the higher speeds achieved on these longer racetracks spotlighted several deficiencies in existing kart chassis: The ...
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In addition to the motors, I began building rocket-powered vehicles for other people nearly every winter, not only building cars, but I got the bookings for ... A Ky Michaelson-built hydrogen peroxide-powered motor bolted to the chassis of Jim Hodges' rocket Funny Car. Chapter 12 Side- by-Side Go Karts Shortly after a series.
Build a single-seat, off-road buggy using standard tools, basic skills and low-cost materials. Scale drawings, detailed descriptions and color photos for chassis, engine, suspension, steering, brakes and safety.
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A step-by-step illustrated guide to building a single-seater off-road buggy using standard tools, basic skills and low-cost materials. It demonstrates how to make the chassis, and advises how to modify and use cheap but serviceable mechanical components. There is information on how to source the power unit, transmission, suspension, steering, brakes and other parts, along with how to fit safety equipment such as padding, seat belts and engine cut-off. Written by the author of Build Your Own Sports Car for as Little as u250, it follows a similar format and includes scaled working drawings, detailed descriptions and colour photographs.