[Kartbuilding] 2 seater kart as final year project
sburke at burkesys.com
Wed Feb 17 21:56:49 GMT 2010
You must have a good bit of the two-seater kart dine, if you are more than
50% finished! I'm sure it will come out fine. All of my karts in the
beginning had no stress or weight calculations. It worked out ok for me.
If you have 50% of the kart made, it is little point doing any
calculations now, unless you need it to fill the FYP report. In any case I
don't have time to get involved in your project.
If you have any specific question, just ask.
Best of Luck,
On Thu, 4 Feb 2010, abe man wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> Actually it is a typical racing cart with one seat. But beceuse there is one
> guy who wanted to sponsor his cart and everything, he told me if I can built
> a 2 seater for the go kart as your final year project, u can use it.
> So right now im building an experimental 2 seater racing kart for my FYP.
> I dont know in details how to do the calculations and stuff in paper but
> technically i can built it and until now, I think it is more than
> 50% finished.
> I can give you the dimensions and stuff about the kart but i dont know how
> to make calculations. Just simple one i can. So if you have the time and
> willing to help me, both of us will try to do some calculations on this.
> And if you have anything that you need please ask me. I will be glad to
> supply any information that you need.
> On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 6:04 AM, Stephen Burke wrote:
>> Hi Bobby,
>> I don't have any details on a 2 seater racing kart.
>> What calculations and information would you be looking for?
>> If you have a specific question just ask and I'll see if I can answer it.
>> Best of luck,
>> On Sun, 31 Jan 2010, abe man wrote:
>> hello stephen,
>>> my name is bobby and im currently building an experimental 2 seater racing
>>> for my final year project. do you think you can help me with the project's
>>> all all stuff? your quick reply is really appreciated and thank you for
>>> reading this email.
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