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Honda VF 1000 buggy build part 13. test drive

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Час публікації: 2019-06-23 17:23:50

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  1. Dlow Cash'emout
    24.06.2019

    You should make it street legal.

  2. remco bakker
    24.06.2019

    You could have just heat treated the sprocket metal since you also welded the metal

  3. Marcus
    24.06.2019

    congratulation very nicely built 👍🏻

  4. Derek Turnock
    24.06.2019

    My man you are a metal working beast especially for your age

  5. Derek Turnock
    24.06.2019

    My man you are a metal working beast especially for your age

  6. Bradd Ellorin
    24.06.2019

    Do you have a link for the seats?

  7. Go karting101
    24.06.2019

    The most common comment is “it makes most top end power” I’m sure he gets it

  8. suzuki etc
    24.06.2019

    Slip the clutch with more revs with a 15 to 17 tooth front sprocket. It sounds like its geared to low now

  9. Mad Man Marine
    24.06.2019

    What about instead of a jack shaft like I said before you do a reverser box on top of the stock trans. So kinda like the two speed trans you made but instead of two speeds one is reverse. It will get the chain up where it needs to be to get rid of the crazy angle on the tensioner and let you change gearing and give you teverse

  10. Neil Barnwell
    24.06.2019

    That's a big frame for that small engine. V4 a bit more torquey than an inline-4 of the same displacement, but even so, the torque is what shifts the weight. This is pretty impressive tbh — you'd think the clutch would burn out. Nice work. Not jealous at all…

  11. brad08stanggt
    24.06.2019

    Take your viewers YouTube comments into consideration. This is a motorcycle engine, they don't make low end power. You have to rev them out. I think you are closer than you think to the proper gearing.

  12. Glawen the Goy
    24.06.2019

    just launch it like I launch my Civic on the way home from workvery quickly and high revving to counteract the 95 ponies that have probably all run off

  13. Abhishek Kumar Bhaugeeruthy
    24.06.2019

    Wow man you are a fucking genius

  14. MECA NARUTO
    24.06.2019

    things you should do get some bigger tires and go rock crawling with it

  15. John Carlson
    24.06.2019

    Next time make it look good take que from 1988 honda pilot 400

  16. MECA NARUTO
    24.06.2019

    What happened there 17:20

  17. John Carlson
    24.06.2019

    So drop a tooth up front duuuuuh…get on with it and quid with the mouth dribblin

  18. John Carlson
    24.06.2019

    Gass it pussy

  19. Mud Mower gaming
    24.06.2019

    It's a motercycle engine they dont make power down low man need to also idle it up higher would help

  20. David Vincent
    24.06.2019

    Working super well down low. ……..Just my opinion, some larger wheels and you've got a full-on competetive buggy. Love your shop! So jealous with the bridgeport and all the pro cyclic welding equipment. I know this is what you do! It's just awesome to see a shop like that.

  21. Malcolm Davis
    24.06.2019

    G'day mate , yes it's big and yes it's heavy but it is designed to rev harder than you are trying ,get it somewhere you can let it stretch it's legs , Also you are going to have to put some kind of reverse gear on it or you are going to get stuck somewhere by yourself , your having trouble getting it out of the workshop as it is . a few teething problems but that's to be expected with a new build ,keep up the good work see you in the next upload. Mal .

  22. Nathan Carmichael
    24.06.2019

    If the smallest sprocket that you've ordered doesn't get the desired gear reduction, then try adding 2 jack shafts. That way you can maintain engine and exle alignment, and give you a much wider variety of gear ratios through multiple varying sprocket sized. If you have the room available to install them of course

  23. DJFLOWRIDER Josh
    24.06.2019

    @ratherbwelding put a turbo on the engine

  24. Matthew 1
    24.06.2019

    A pleasure to watch. Thanks for sharing.

  25. FULLMETALJACKET7
    24.06.2019

    Changing the gearing won't help much. The engine is underpowered. You could easily fit a small car engine in this thing… I've been saying this since the beginning. Even a 1.6l or something like that would do a LOT better than this bike engine. This VF1000 would be enough for a one seater but this one, yeah, too heavy. And it's going to be a lot worse with two people in it.

  26. FULLMETALJACKET7
    24.06.2019

    Rev it UUUUUPP!!

  27. Janes-e
    24.06.2019

    Should of put 3 cylinder car engine in there, the block on them is only size of a4 peice of paper and would work by drive shafts so no chain and spockets Ford 1 litre would have been great..and its turbo charged..look it up great engine for such a little size..