[Kartbuilding] the Kart

Stephen Burke sburke at burkesys.com
Mon Jun 29 23:20:35 IST 2009

Hi Barry,

Great to hear ye got the karts made and tested too! They done well to get 
13mph from the karts - must have been lots of fun.

Thanks for the photos, I'll post them up on the kartbuilding website. How 
did the brakes work out? They look well made. (P.S. thats a nice clean 
woodwork room too!)

If you have any more details of the karts, feel free to send them on and I 
can put them up on the website to help others.

Best of luck,

On Mon, 29 Jun 2009, Reed, B wrote:

> Hi Stephen, the races and time trials were on Friday and today with lots
> of fun and a few surprises. The top speed clocked going down a grassy
> slope was 13mph. It was a short slope but the time is accurate as it was
> a speed gun that clocked it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephen Burke 
> Sent: 15 May 2009 19:47
> To: Reed, B
> Subject: Re: the Kart
> Hi Barry,
> Thanks for the email. Its nice to hear you got some inspiration from the
> kartbuilding.net website. That's what its all about.
> If you get any photos of the bogeys (as ye call them :) feel free to
> send
> a few on to inspire fellow kart builders.
> Best of luck,
> -steve
> On Fri, 8 May 2009, Reed, B wrote:
>> Hi
>> Thanks for excellent drawings, interactive drawing and exploded
>> drawings.
>> Just what I was looking for to inspire some of the boys at the school
> to
>> make some Karts/Bogeys.
>> PS. In the West of Scotland as kids we called them Bogeys.
>> Thanks
>> Barry Reed

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