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Registry: 1930 CycleKart Custom



Robert Bimrose's Silver Member 1930 CycleKart Custom – “AAR Special”
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  • Rolling Stock

  • Steering Installed

  • Current design considerations

  • Honda GX200 fitted with Mikuni carburettor, custom header and oil overflow.

  • Rear axle configuration.

“AAR Special”
As at December 2016 he 'AAR Special' exists as a rolling chassis, based on the usual 25 x 75 X 1.6 RHS (1" x 3" in imperial terms).

Riding on Michelin Gazelle tyres fitted to Honda clone rims and customised rear hubs all round with caps. The rear axle is splined connected to a Peerless Gear differential. The Honda GX200 has been modified - mikuni carburettor and custom exhaust. Brakes are hydraulic disc brakes.

Dimensions follow the Stevenson's CK formula - leaf springs, beam axle front end etc., wheelbase is 1770 mm and chassis ~ 2400 mm. At it widest point the outside diameter is 600 mm but narrows fore to 480 mm and aft to 425 mm. The engine is forward/over the rear axle mounted behind the seat. The fuel tank will be mounted separately for space and aesthetics.

Vehicle Information

Owner: Robert Bimrose Silver Member   [Spt0766k6sk]
Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia AUS
Status: Build in progress


VIN:BAARCK0011215
Model Year:1930
Build Date:2015-12-01
Current Colour:Steel Blue
Body Code:Sports Racer
Engine Type:Honda 1 Cyl 200cc
Engine Code:GX200
Transmission:Comet Torque Convertor
Last Updated:2016-12-01 11:23:54

 

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Member Comments on Registry: 1930 CycleKart Custom   ↵
Rated 10 out of 10 based on 2 ratings
2016-12-01 11:04:59 # 38788
Comment by William Howell
Sharp looking....Question, using the Peerless Gear differential are you doing so to obtain better control on turns and such? Also could you list the model/part number of the Peerless Gear differential you have shown in the pics?Thanks,WH
2016-12-04 21:56:38 # 38845
Comment by Robert Bimrose
Hi William, thanks for your comment. I got the idea for the differential off the Vintage Kart Co cycle-kart, and whilst I haven't driven a cycle-kart, technically as you elude too it makes sense. We purchased it through Northern Tools, item # 1369; Heavy Duty 38". We had the axles cut and splined to suit the Honda hubs. My friend, Darryl is an engineer (who builds and races Super Karts) so the Cyclekart is all credit to him. For instance it is running dual hydraulic discs to place even braking (torque) force on the differential. Hope that is of some help. Kind Regards Robert
2017-04-03 00:10:03 # 41363
Comment by Brian S
Hi Robert. Great workmanship and good ideas. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with the Body. Regards from down under. Brian S.

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Vehicle History

This vehicle's information was last updated on 2016-12-01 11:23:54

Changes from 2016-12-01 11:23:54 to previous 2016-12-01 05:50:28
Status Restoration in progress → Build in progress

Ownership History

Date Owner ID Notes
Dec 1, 2015 Robert Bimrose  AUSSilver Member Added to Registry (ID 31902)

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