A recent project was figuring out how to adapting a YZ-125 motorbike engine to a go-kart frame.
A kart usually has two parallel tubes to mount an engine to sometimes a flat plate that is welded into the frame. A motorbike on the other hand has a frame that encircles the engine or even uses the engine as a stressed member forming part of the chassis. The kart for this engine had a flat steel plate with a few slotted holes to bolt the engine in place and was situated behind the axle close to the centerline. Continue reading Adapting a Motorcycle Engine to a Go-Kart