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Talking Inspiration for JBaz - **Video**

I can see JBaz doing this...

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-20-2006, 05:55 PM
 
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psh, IF I build a gocart. It will have a full suspension. But it does look fun.

I knew that looked like canada! Also, I'd used a 600cc engine like the spare RR block I got.

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man that's awesome. I would love to see that thing buzzing down the road.

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I think suspension would help on those turns. Did you see how far he was sliding going through them? But that would be a hell of alot of fun. I wonder what you could do with it with some off road tires?

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What kind of license endorsement do you have to get to ride a go-kart on public roads? That was funny as hell, and did look like fun!!!

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^get the vehicle titled as a kit-car.
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You know all those people he passed must have been like WTF!!!!. I would love to see that thing on worlds wildest police chases. I am sure it would give the cops a run for their money.
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everytime I see that, I think of mariocart 64 and waiting for peach to run past him and drop a banana...
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Hi All-

Being that low to the ground has to give go-karts some unbelievable handling capabilities.

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Combined with no suspension and tiny sidewalls, you just can't appreciate how those things turn unless you drive one. Sooooooooo much fun...




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