KissingTheFaceOfDeath: And no it is not street legal... I got pulled over by the law and had my license suspended until i am 21 😞 i am turning 16 in July. All i was trying to do is go to the gas station that's less than a mile from my house. And who knew there was a "Dust law" in az? I got a ticket for violating it. I can't drive the go kart within a quarter mile of ANY structure other than my own. Wtf. That was my first time.being pulled over for any reason and i got freaked in the ass. He must have been having a bad day...
KissingTheFaceOfDeath: I have the platinum and i like his a lot more. I love his dash set up... My speedometer is in the middle of the kart. Not behind the steering wheel like his. I've had a few minor issues with mine. I live in Arizona so a lot of dust picks up and i have to take the filter of lf every week and clean it... The very first day i drove the go kart something exploded in the filterbox and got stuck in the carburetor..? It was a circular rubber thingy... I found where it came from... It was in the first half of the tube leading from the filter to the carburetor. It looked useless if you ask me... It looked like it was just a solid rubber piece blocking the filter and carb... I don't know how to explain it... The second issue ive had is the steering.... I have to realign my steering once or twice a month. Its annoying. Another issue ive had (this may be my fault for ridin harder than i should be) is one day i hit a jump at around 30 mph and i launched a good 15-20 feet. I could have easily cleared my 6 foot tall friend. And when i landed the cargo rack came down and crushed the filter box. Now the filter box is in pieces. I blame myself for that one. The should have used a independent rear suspension. And i wish they made this 4wd. I currently have 760 ish miles on the engine and the buggy is having a REAL tough time starting (i don't have the push to start.) it won't turn over unless i give it gas and turn the key for about 30 or so seconds. I may need a new spark plug. And just a side note... My roll bars come loose often and make.this loud ass rattling noise... I also dislike how the make everything so complex. I don't have ANY of the right size sockets or wrenches becuase it's not an American built buggy. It took me 20 minutes to take ONE of the fenders off. other than that i Absolutely love my buggy and have named him BillyTheBuggy lol. I wouldn't give him up for anything... Except a hammerhead 250ss because it has independent rear suspension and a bigger engine... I wish there were more accessories made for the hammerhead.
Bryan Henry: Is it 4x4
Carlos Vreal: why didn't you go for the platinum?
jose mata: How much adjustment is there on the seat? Im driving 450 miles round trip to buy one for my 5 year old. Its mostly for me and the wife until he gets used to the power
Benjamin Spears: To answer any questions, it is a good buggy iv had one for 4 yrs going on 5 and it runs great still. I havent had to replace eny parts on it yes except the spindle on the drivers side because i crashed it. Parts are cinda hard to find but you can get them on ebay for cheap. I have gotten it up to 48 going down a hill with a koso variator and 10g roller weights. Would i recomend it, yes. Aftermarket parts like a clutch and exaust are easy to finn and there cheap. If there is any questions that i dident answer just ask.
Eli Soto: I will buy it!!!!! Please
Eli Soto: I'll buy it!!!!
superdonuts777: *etc. and where they should be and stuff?
superdonuts777: I have one too but it won't start up, can you do a vid showing all of the engine components wtc
monsterman1122: Just was throwing a number out there. All vehicles like motorcycles, atv's, and go karts get really good gas milage.
aweburrito: 60 mpg?
monsterman1122: I've gotten to about 46/47 on a calm day without much wind resistance.
jdavvs: How fast do these guys go?
iMachacker: where do u live i can get you one.
monsterman1122: Unfortunately no. It is still running too well for me to get rid of it.
Francis Dadson: is ti for sale
monsterman1122: Oh I got you. Well, I do not have a concrete answer, but I have had this for over two years with no battery issues what so ever...
Declan kot: in a car, the alternator is always recharging the battery when the car is running, this makes it so the battery never really runs out of a charge unless you don't start the car and you never have to jump the car until the battery dies. I'm asking so then I can see if I need to buy a battery charger or if it charges it by itself using an onboard alternator
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe