500cc Transforming Power Wheels Build Subaru Powered

500cc Transforming Power Wheels Build Subaru Powered


Time to get building on our Fuji Heavy Industries 500cc powered Camaro Go Kart. In this video we build a custom tube frame for the Camaro SS and plan out where our transforming air ride suspension will be placed.

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100 Comments on "500cc Transforming Power Wheels Build Subaru Powered"


  1. NEXT BUILD IDEA
    So we all remember when we were younger having race car beds, right?
    Next build should be an engine of your choice and frame built around the race car bed it's gonna be low, fast, and built around the bed
    Got it? Good, have fun.

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  2. Should route the exhaust to come out where they are on the power wheels. would be sweet for when it shoots fireballs!

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  3. Ok guys y’all really done it being really good at making childhood vehicles to a stunt car I love it keep up the great work

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  4. I was with yall till you said some shit about putting an offroad tire on it.. The hell? I guess you cant make it faster with anything so might as well make it versitile… I guess… I'd wanna bore the motor out n squeeze every bit of ass outta that motor though…

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  5. with the camaro looking like that you guys should put a sheet metal drag wing on the back, i think that'd be sweet.

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  6. "Cars and cameras" did the jackshaft/suspension pivot in one on their lifted go-kart and it worked great. Allows for infinite adjustability/travel without chain tension changing.

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  7. You should change your name to Mario Cart Garage……….and I love how the music sounds like it's from the game😂😁

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  8. Make sure to add enough anti-corrosive to your coolant system. If you only use water, it'll galvanically corrode when two or more different metals are in the loop (one will act as a cathode, the other as an anode), which would be extra bad when your coolant line is doubling as frame rail.

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  9. What size conduit are you guys using?
    Thin wall thick wall?
    Looks like 3/4" ??
    Keep the content coming!!

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  10. Why is your welder up against your damn wood burning stove !!! I cant be the only one who saw that!!!!!

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  11. You should build a custom dual exhaust ending at the back it would look more like the real thing 😁

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  12. You guys should use air plane gauges for the tac and speedometer because there square like the camaros gauges

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  13. Esse 🚘 é 👍,mas se a carroceria fosse alargada ocultando nem q seja metade das wheels vai ficar ainda mais👍.Congratulations !!! 👍

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  14. Just a quick idea. You should make that table have adjustable height. Maybe you could use the mechanisms from "ratcheting" jack stands (not the kind with a pin). So you could pull the whole table up higher at once, and take the time to lower it when you need to. You could even weld a bar to each side (connecting two of the jack stand release handles) to make lowering it quicker and easier. That would make a badass welding table. Maybe it wouldn't work as good as I'm thinking, but it's a sick idea on paper! Lol

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  15. Incredible progress! It’s also cool to see you continue to refine and master your craft. Love it.

    I would love it if you shared a link to your welder, tube bender, tube notcher, etc. Im a builder in the making, and you guys are my inspiration.

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  16. I always wondered how you get the bends to come out straight, but never spent the time to research. thanks!

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  17. I love you guys. Editing, music, content… all of it. I gotta know. Why plumbing though? Is it shit related? Because it runs down hill 🤭🤟 keep up the good work!!!

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  18. Clampy dealies are also referred to as a plum bob in the electrician world. Lmao love it. Keep up the great work.

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  19. i like how you re doing the motor mount and attaching frame keeping things square brilliant idea you are good after all you are the power wheels, king glad to see you got power sports helping you earned their respect and deserve it congrats and long may you build great video good to see moto mule getting noticed i just love this stuff

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  20. You should run the exhaust pipes under the body coming out in front of the back tires on both sides

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