A yard kart showed up one morning at Ike’s warehouse with a Honda 5HP overhead cam engine and a few other parts. We think this go kart came from one of our subscribers, Mark. In today’s episode, we get the Honda engine running, clean out the carburetor, install it on the yard kart, build an exhaust, mount a seat, mount a fuel tank, and go for a ride! I had forgotten how much fun a basic yard go kart can be, even if they are rough on the spine. Thanks for the donation Mark! We’ll be upgrading this go kart soon in the future.
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