"BigVortex" mini-car

Karts of Kaos

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welcome, I think It's super cool that the internet has as many functions as it does. the only problem is that google translate does not handle spelling errors well. also I am excited to see more spider karts builds!
 

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Welcome I hope this forum will be a great help with this build, and any other builds you may have.
Good luck.
 

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I spent the weekend fruitfully. Did a great job.
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Castor did, shifting the upper lever 2 centimeters back.
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The next job will be to Refine the steering rack...

PS. I'm still working on the rear axle. I see it like a Quad bike: a solid axle with a driven sprocket and a brake disc planted on it, at the ends of the hub. What kind of hubs is not yet clear. Tell me, maybe there are already ready-made solutions for assembling the rear axle in the network? Thanks.
 
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Karts of Kaos

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you're making good progress. also BMI karts has a kit for this and you may be able to find what you need in the kit.
 

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Good work on the buggy.

Are you planning to use CV joints and suspension on the rear ?

Some cars have differentials that can be used if you replace the ring gear with a sprocket and add support bearings to mount to the frame.

Here is a link to a video showing how to modify a Mazda Miata or MX5 diff for a buggy. This method may work for the parts you have available.

 
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