Go Kart Articles
Choosing Go Kart Engines| Advantages of Electric vs Gas Go Kart Engines
Choosing go kart engines is one of the most important choice you will make when building your own go kart.
An Experiment: Electric Go Kart vs Gas Powered Go Kart
InÂ MythBusters June 2008 issue , they hacked a Go Kart by transforming it into using electric power rather than the original gas powered version.
Go Kart Engines – 2 Stroke vs 4 Strokes
The first karting engine was modified from a lawnmower engine in 1956 by a guy named Art Ingels from United States in 1956. Even to this day, many people are pulling and modifying go kart engines from various sources (mopeds, lawnmower, chainsaws etc) to assemble their custom go kart in an effort to cut costs as engine is probably one of the biggest portion of cost gone into go kart building.
Buying A Full Go Kart Kit
If you are looking to building a Go Kart in the shortest time with the least research and work (listed above), then a Go Kart Kit is for you.
Build Your Own Go Kart/Dune Buggy/Off Road Go Kart for Beginners
The purpose of this article is to show some methods for making a â€œBuild your Go Cartâ€ more accessible for beginners and to list some free resources online. This is the first part of the series of Build Your Own Go Kart.
Shipping a Go Kart – Choosing a shipping company & preparation for transport
Go-karts are fast, fun and a great source of excitement for novices and enthusiasts alike. What they are not, however, is effective for driving across the country. For this reason, when situations arise that call for moving a kart a significant distance, you must look to move the vehicle by means other than its own power.