Using a used homemade go-kart found on Facebook marketplace for $250, Grind Hard Plumbing Company striped off everything they didn’t need, including the engine, then shortened the chassis to fit their pink Power Wheels Mustang. Next, they stripped down a Honda CRF 230 dirt bike and used the engine and wire harness for their front-engined go-kart build. Epic!
Edwin Olding and the team at Grind Hard Pluming Company modified a Barbie power wheels Ford Mustang by setting the chassis over a go-cart frame and installing a Honda CRF 230 dirt bike engine. Olding was able to get the tiny pink car up to 70 MPH!
Grind Hard Plumbing Company is a channel where they build crazy cars and contraptions. This is a raw time lapse with no commentary. In this time-lapse they start with a used homemade go-kart they found on Facebook marketplace for $250. They stripped everything they didn’t need including the engine then shortened the chassis to fit their barbie car (Pink Power Wheels Mustang).
Next, they stripped down a Honda CRF 230 dirt bike. They used the engine and wire harness for their front-engined go kart build. They’ve built this go-kart to race the boosted boyz in their shopping kart go-kart. Hopefully, they will accept their challenge! This is extra double awesome! It’s really amazing to see young people who have skills like this and are willing to put in a hard work!
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