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go cart turbo

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by Dman1100, Oct 8, 2003.

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  1. Dman1100

    Dman1100 Senior Member

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    I was thinkin to myself and i figure if you get some pop cans and cut them into the right shapes, you could make a turbo for a little go cart engine. The bottoms of cans could make a good housing and cut some fan blades kinda like on the movie twister where they make little propellers for those sensors. and if you solder it all together right, you could make a little turbo. I was just thinkin about it and thought i'd share. i wanna try it out and see if i could make on that made any pressure.
     
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    Dman1100 Senior Member

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    i even have little ball bearings that came with my sister's scooter wheels. :D
     
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    i think soda cans are way to flimisy. But if you try it tell us what happens.
     
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    i'd love to. it's worth a try i figure.
     
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    dude, u should use a firefly turbo, and use that. it would be killer. almost like hitting VeetEcH y0!
     
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    BodyDroppedNikes ...PENDEJO.... VIP

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    why not use a soup can instead? alot thicker metal than a soda can
     
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