Fourth video, detail Mini Bike Doodle Bug Side Car. There are three major considerations for the design and build of the side car. Those are sizing, material, and construction (attachment to mini Bike). This video provides those three details and more information. It is not necessary to dismantle the side car for illustration . It is basic and there are no complicated builds and only a few short cuts. With that in mind I will endeavor to provide as much information for anyone that may want to attempt to build a side car such as this. Again, I welcome any comments or suggestions and wish anyone that wants to try this build good luck.
Just a quick video of my newest put around toy! Some extra tags, just ingore these: Dirt Bike Motorcycle BMW ford Chrysler dodge neon civic hatchback stop endo Kawasaki ninja Honda cbr lil Indian rupp mini bike stopie burnout no tire shrapnel peel cat walk chain tav bike car…
*Warning: Don't try this at home. I am not to be held responsible for any one else trying this and burning themselves, burning others or burning down something. * This is another video of me riding my Baja Dirt/Doodle Bug mini bike with a dual pipe flamethrower exhaust! I call this my Fire Bug! This time though I'm driving with the new bigger spray bottle for bigger more epic flames. I have decided to wear my leather coat and hlemet now when I ride this because, the first time I rode it with the new spray bottle my back felt like it was going to catch on fire and I actually singed the hair on the back of my head. The flames are even starting to melt the back of the seat, lol. Just ignore the commentary lol
This is just a video of me testing my new spray bottle for my flame thrower exhaust on my baja dirt/doodle bug mini bike. Then new bottle sprays more kerosene at a time and has a constant spray for bigger and more epic flames, and even allows for some flame at high speeds.
*Warning: Don't try this at home. I am not to be held responsible for any one else trying this and burning themselves, burning others or burning down something. * This is a video of my newest addition to my Baja Dirt/Doodle Bug mini bike, a dual pipe flamethrower exhaust! I now call this my Baja Fire Bug! I already swapped out the weak 2.8hp stock engine and replaced it with a 6hp Tecumseh Power Sport engine, then I added a couple makeshift air scoops out of plumbing parts, then I built a custom dual pipe exhaust for it out of more plumbing parts. Then after going to the drag races and watching the fire show the jet cars and jet trucks do, I decided I wanted to try to make a flamethrower exhaust too, to do a mini version of that, and so I did. After about a week of experimenting with different injection methods, liquids and different ignition ways, this is what I came up with. A hole drilled into the exhaust pipe, a tube with a valve going to the hole, a spray bottle filled with kerosene to inject into the tube, and two propane torches at the end of the pipe to act as pilot lights. Put all that together and you get what you see in this video. I've changed the injection system a bit since I've made this video to make bigger and constant flames even at high speed. Sometime I'll make a new video and upload that to show the mods to it and the more epic flames.
this is what i did as a short project in my spare time. im going to put the engine back into a go-kart tho. the k&n filter adds about 1hp so its an 8 instead of a 7 and the pipe im going to buy adds 1.5hp so it will be a 9-10 hp by the time im done with it. and i might buy a bigger gas intake for the carb or put a 13hp card on the motor. thanks for watching! it has a 7hp kholer engine that i purchased for 300 bucks from tractor supply and the k&n filter was 25 bucks.