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LEGO Go-Kart 2: Those Daring Young MOCs in Their Jaunty Jalopies

by Lambert Varias
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Simon Burfield should get in touch with Eric Steenstra so they can have a LEGO go-kart race. Burfield used 16 Power Functions XL motors, 8 Power Functions battery packs and 20 Exo-Force wheels to make his life-size go-kart.

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It looks less sturdy than Steenstra’s bulky build, but it can carry an adult, as you’ll see in the video below.

I wonder what its top speed is. It probably has, like, 350 MyLittlePonyPower.

[via MAKE]




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