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Unread 12-02-2009, 09:04 PM   #31
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Unread 12-02-2009, 09:05 PM   #32
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okay so dose it have to be a club cart rear end or what?
No! It doesnt matter what rear you can find.... just make sure its a 4 stroke. It will be a lot easier. CC, Yamaha, E-Z-GO. I personally have always used the EZ's
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No! It doesnt matter what rear you can find.... just make sure its a 4 stroke. It will be a lot easier. CC, Yamaha, E-Z-GO. I personally have always used the EZ's
oh okay now what motor do you think woulg be the best i need a little power for the trails but im a kid and love speed?
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okay so dose it have to be a club cart rear end or what?
It does not have to be a club car axle but they are the only ones with the transmission that shifts forward and reverse built in. The other carts stop and start the engine depending on which direction you want to go. The Club Car axle will be the easiest to work with.
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Let me know if there is anything I can do to help!! You seem like a good kid! I wish I would of started building at that age, instead I was wrecking, which eventually led into building!!!!!
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Let me know if there is anything I can do to help!! You seem like a good kid! I wish I would of started building at that age, instead I was wrecking, which eventually led into building!!!!!
well thank you i just enjoy being able to creat something with my hands and be able to have fun in it to
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oh okay now what motor do you think woulg be the best i need a little power for the trails but im a kid and love speed?
Start with a snowmobile motor, like a 340cc or so. I believe that most old 2 strokes around 440cc are around 60-80hp!!!! That will be more than enough. Just be careful in what ever you do, and make sure that your dad knows what you are doing!!!
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oh okay now what motor do you think woulg be the best i need a little power for the trails but im a kid and love speed?
There are so many motors you can use. In your case you might find a good stock engine for cheap or you can look for a twin cylinder side shaft lawn mower engine. If you really want a challenge and tons of power put a snowmobile engine in it.
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well thank you i just enjoy being able to creat something with my hands and be able to have fun in it to
It always means more when you built it
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