Our Little Tikes Cozy Coupe project spins the tires in any gear on dirt, but will it wheelie on pavement? The engine makes between 38 and 50 horsepower, and the frame is dead simple and light weight. In today's episode, we add a trailer hitch receiver to the back of the 550cc little tikes go kart, build a removable wheelie bar, and dump the clutch on concrete! Turns out, were VERY traction limited- in fact, if you look closely, you'll see that the front wheels do pick up once the kart gains momentum. On a prepped surface, I have no doubt that this motorcycle powered go kart would pull massive wheelies.
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