what kinda vehicle would your fursona drive in a kart racer
@PsyChuan A magical steampunk halberd, used in a manner similar to a witch's flying broomstick, but instead of being sat on it is stood on like a surfboard.
@PsyChuan two options:
- pick up truck, nisse driving, niss in the back
- niss is the vehicle and she runs after the cars with nisse on her back
either way top speed of 10mph
@PsyChuan that six-wheeled F1 car they had to ban for being too good
but fun size
either that or the dark grey 1990 diesel jetta with bald tires and no muffler belonging to the pizza shop I used to deliver for back in college: downshift, squeal tires around any corner, instant car chase foley effects, just hit the accelerator
@PsyChuan The questionably unsafe gokart my father built for me as a kid.
You know those slow electric motor cars for toddlers?
Expand and reinforce the chassis for leg space with metal rebar. + roll cage
Replace plastic wheels and seat with dirt track tyres and racing seat
Replace electric motor with a *quad bike engine* when the dirt bike engine was 'good, but could be faster'
We retired it after a police speed camera caught it at 60kph, and my 10yo brother broke 2 limbs crashing it
@PsyChuan OH YEAH fr it was lots and lots of fun
We always wore mtx helmets, pads, fully strapped in, and a engine kill switch between our knees
Took it out to some open dirt fields just to race it around. It was the most trashy looking ever ngl lmao
After my brother hurt himself the chassis and axels were badly damaged, so that was that
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