Two Seater Go Kart
A Kart is a small vehicle, which has four wheels and has a simple sports motor. Depending on the design they are called Karts, Go-Karts with gearbox, or Shifter Karts. Generally, these vehicles must not have a differential, which is a solid back axle or a suspension, relying instead on the chassis flex. Go-karts are driven by both professionals on a scaled down track or by non-professionals as a hobby. Karting has been known to be a stepping stone for those who aspire to become champion in higher-end, expensive motor sports such as the Formula 1 races. The first Kart was built in 1956, in southern California, USA by Art Ingels and Kurtis Craft, both racing afficionados. This Kart had simple construction and framework. The car was assembled with a set of semi pneumatic tires, and one rear wheel was driven by a bicycle chain. Down the years, Karting spread in many countries and today Europe too has a large following. A two-seat go-kart is a little different from a single-seat kart. The two-seat kart has a full-suspension and an automatic transmission with a reverse gear. The engine, which is inbuilt in this type of go-kart has a displacement of 150cc and produces approximately 14 hp @ 7500 rpm. The kart has a 12 volt power outlet. The external oil cooler and electric start makes this kart hassle-free while driving. The kart has a 4-wheel with hydraulic disc brakes, parking breaks with light, and a utility rack. The kart has turn signals, dual A- arm front suspension, and swing arm cantilever rear suspension. All the wheels have fenders and rack-and-pinion steering. The kart features individual adjustable bucket seats with 4-point seat belts. The distance of the seat from the pedal varies from 36inches to 41 inches. The rear view mirror provided in the kart helps the driver to have a safe drive.