Ok, here are a few pix of today's effort.
I had to move everything over to the right, as I originally had it set up for a whippersnipper/weedwacker/grasstrimmer/weedeater/strimmer/whatever they call it in your part of the world
And the drive was of course on the other side.
But - after a number of beers and lots of fiddling it is now set up for the chainsaw motor.
- I had a look at your car - Amazing.
Very good attention to detail and well made.
I like how you did the steering, which is going to be my next headache once the motor and gears is all set up.
I'd be interested in pictures of people's home made steering setups as well, as I most likely will make it up myself.
Trying to avoid buying parts as much as possible, and make it up from what I have laying around at home.
- a lot of the kids here are putting chainsaw/whippersnipper motors on their bikes.
[b]One guy had a roller on the driveshaft and just had that running against the rear tyre - not as fast as what you're talking about but it was still moving pretty good.
Do you have any pics of how you made the exhaust pipe for the chainsaw?
I figure that the original one will have be replaced.[/b]
Also - once I get this thing going, I will build a new, better looking frame for it, but I don't want to get too far ahead of myself.
One step at a time.....