Amateur Mechanic Modifies Toy Car To Reach Speed of 40 mph

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“An amateur mechanic in Illinois modified a child’s Power Wheels toy car to run on a real engine and reach speeds of 40 mph.

Kyle Kuta shared a video showing how he took a Power Wheels vehicle based on the Cadillac Escalade and replaced the 12-volt electric engine with a 5 horsepower 160cc Honda engine.

The video shows Kuta take his souped-up toy car for a test drive, reaching speeds of 40 mph.”

UPI

I don’t know how to change the oil in my car, or fix a flat tire, but if I were mechanically inclined, in my spare time I would tune-up the vehicles of senior citizens who live on a fixed income.

Kuta is a master mechanic, and in his free time he souped-up a child’s Power Wheels toy car so that it can reach speeds of 40 mph.

Talk about a complete waste of time and money, what good is a toy car that exceeds 40 mph? I guess you could hand over the key to the toddler next door who’s always screaming and disturbing the peace.

The toy car’s steering wheel would be perfect for Donald Trump’s tiny hands, but he wouldn’t be able to squeeze his lard ass into the vehicle.

I guess I should be a little bit more understanding, after all everybody needs a hobby.


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