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Video of the Week: Home Brewed Enginuity


Video of the Week: Home Brewed Enginuity

Yeah, we know it’s really spelled “ingenuity,” but here at BangShift.com we are coining a new phrase. Enginuity refers to the creative utilization of automotive parts in the pursuit of fun. Examples: Nitrous on your lawn mower, home built car-engine powered go karts, Chevette jumping, etc. We list all of these examples, because they are things we saw while perusing StreetFire and YouTube in search of a video for this week. We found too many cool ones to list, but the examples we have below will make you laugh, and want to get your friends and some spare parts together. My suggestion would be to start with some sort of list of available parts, and then start hitting the pizza and beer. After the scheming, you’re going to need some steel, a welder, and the Ford tool. (That’s a hammer for you “other make” guys.) Check out these two below, and then post links to your favorite examples of “Enginuity” in the BangShift.com Forums.

Homemade Digger-Style Kart Donuts:

 

 

 

12-Cylinder Kart Donuts

 

 

 


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