Assembling your 90B, 90KT, 110B and 110KT go kart


NOTE TO USER: Fully read all instructions prior to first use or start up of your go kart.

1) Generally most go kart batteries will need to have battery acid added. If your battery came with a bottle with clear liquid in it, that means you will need to add battery acid to the battery. If not, you have a jell battery and acid will not need to be added.

NOTE: The only liquid that will come with your go kart is battery acid. If you do not have a sealed battery, then you will need to add battery acid to your battery prior to charging. If you find a clear sealed container/bottle with your go kart, this will be battery acid. It is NOT gasoline or fluids for anything other than
the battery. If you are unsure what the fluid is, DO NOT put it in your unit.  Contact us immediately before proceeding.

2) We recommend you charge your battery with a trickle charger at 2 amps for 12 hours.
3) For the 90B, 90KT, 110B and 110KT, the fuel/gas line runs from the bottom of the gas tank to the carburetor. Hook up the gas line on the side of the carburetor that is closest to the seat. (There is a brass nozzle that sticks up about 1/2".) Also, make sure the gas/fuel line has an in-line fuel filter. If your go kart does not have a fuel filter, make sure you get one from a local parts store before you put any gas into the system and start the go kart.

  • Your gokart may or may not have a fuel shut off value. If your gokart has a fuel shut off value, make sure that it is in the “on” position.
  • The fuel line is the only hose you will need to hook up. The other hoses are breather tubes and should not be hooked up to anything. Make sure they are away from the exhaust and chain.

4) Choke: These gokarts have a black manual plastic choke up on the carburetor or a gold metal rod. Either of these manual chokes will have to be moved up before starting the gokart. You do not needed to choke the engine when the engine is warmed up. Choking is only needed for cold start ups.
5) Your gokart must be started in neutral. It will not start if it is in forward or reverse.
6) To start this gokart with the key you will need to first press down the brake pedal, and then turn the key to the start position. You may need to press down a little on the throttle/gas pedal/accelerator to start the kart.
7) If you are not able to start the gokart with the key then we will have to clear the remote system. We will do that two ways:
With the key fob/remote in hand...

  1. Press lock
  2. Press unlock
  3. Press lock again
  4. Press unlock again
  5. Try starting the gokart with the key

If that did not work...

  1. Remove the battery from the remote
  2. Disconnect the battery at the gokart (Either positive or negative)
  3. Let the gokart sit for 12 minutes to clear the system
  4. Put everything back together
  5. Try starting the gokart

Note: The "drain-plug" is on the bottom of the engine. The dip stick is where you add oil to the engine. The engine should have oil in it, BUT check before starting the Gokart. After you run the unit for 30 to 60 minutes, change the oil. In the winter use 10W-30 and in the summer use 15W-40. It will take about 1 quart of oil.

Below are step by step photo instructions on how to install your gokart. ( A downloadable file is also provided below the photos for those who prefer to print them out for quick reference.)


Kart as it arrives packed in crate.


Remove steel crate frame.


Rear axle is bolted to crate.


Remove non-attached items from the crate.


Layout all nuts and bolts used for assembly.


Position rear shocks in frame attachment points (both sides).


Bolt rear shocks in place (both sides).


Place front spindle in frame attachment point (both sides).


Front spindle to frame attachment detail.


Place nut on front spindle bolt (both sides).


Top of front assembly.


Tie rod assembly.


Install rear tires (both sides).


Secure nut with cotter pin (rear tire shown).


Turned down cotter pin (front tire shown).


Front tire final assembly.


Attach seat belts to frame attachment point behind seats.


Attach seat belt buckle to frame attachment point (both sides).


Position and bolt seats in place.


Dash spacer.


Insert dash bolt through spacer.


Completed dash assembly.


Install steering wheel.


Locate bolts used for top brush guard installation.


Top brush guard rear attachment point behind seat (both sides).


Top brush guard front attachment point (both sides).


Top brush guard assembly.


Top brush guard assembly detail.


Position rear rack and gas tank.


Bolt rear rack and gas tank in place (both sides).


Locate fuel line from gas tank.


Attach fuel line to carburetor.


Carburetor idle adjustment screw.


Carburetor breather tube (end stays open).


Carburetor breather tube positioned under carburetor (end stays open).


Location of manual choke.


Manual choke in 'up' position.


Adding battery acid.


Adding battery acid.


Location of battery tray.


Strap and square top for securing battery.  Round piece installs on steering wheel.


Exhuast breather tube (end stays open).


Hand held remote control on/off.


Location of speed limiter adjustment screw behind gas pedal.


Location of shift lever for selecting Forward, Neutral or Reverse.


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