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So im broke as heck right now and gonna start mowin yards soon so ive had this naskart or jr cup kart i dunno
But i gotta chop some crap off and clean the frame up more. then planning on free performance mods for the predator that im crammin on it removing the gov fan blade cutting air filter etc. And probably a lawn mower seat ill post more pics later.
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Cool!
Glad you're making progress!
And good luck with the mowing business, the one my bro and I started raked in a ton of moola!
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Dude, the clutch on that is legit!
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Disc clutch.
On backwards.
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Hey, are you at school?
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Me?
Or Budget GoKart?
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Old 04-10-2019, 03:16 PM
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You, just wondering
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I'm homeschooled. 8th grade.
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Homeschool?! Jeez youíre lucky! I have to pretend Iím doing homework.
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Lol same and i go to school im 9th grade but i gave the clutch and engine to my grandfather so he can build something cool and i have an extra clutch just not a racing one
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Home schooled ? Then give yourself 4 extra credits for ' Auto Shop '...and 4 for ' Drivers Ed ' when you get it running .
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i have an idea tell me if its a good one have my dad buy some square tube cut it and make a trailer for the yerfdog with what ever wheels i can ill make an illistration
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Iíve had that idea for a while, but no welder or money. Use a big old hind joint for the hitch, and put some 5/8Ē bolts on the side in stead of a axle. Everyone, please forgive me, but I think he can get away with some Harbor Freight tires.
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Nah no harbor freight tires or someones losing a limb bro
Jk im probably getting walmart wheels or some junk wheels from my grandpa
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If you can find them, snowblower tires work very well too.
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My grand father has some 5in split rims that needs tires

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I also had a strange idea for performance i doubt it would work but what if i took a bigger engines carb and made it work for my predator like a 420 carb
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My grand father has some 5in split rims that needs tires

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I also had a strange idea for performance i doubt it would work but what if i took a bigger engines carb and made it work for my predator like a 420 carb
Typically if you want to bring in more air/fuel, you'll want to compensate for getting it out of the engine as well. Stepping up the exhaust pipe will help some.
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Not sure because im pretty new to performance stuff usally my stuff is already scary with stock engines lol
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Not sure because im pretty new to performance stuff usally my stuff is already scary with stock engines lol
Can confirm with my P212!
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I have 2 P212's!
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