I Built a $500 Gas Powered Wish Scooter

I Built a $500 Gas Powered Wish Scooter


– What’s up guys? Keaton here. So basically if you’re
not following the series this is a really exciting video. I have this massive, large
brown box in front of me and there’s another one too. This came all a part of one video. This is the getting free Wish tech items. If you guys missed it, I’ll leave a link right
up here in the ICard. Go check that out. Okay so, this item just popped up. It’s a little pricey. It’s a $500 gas-powered scooter. I don’t know if I want to pick this up just because of how much it is. So why this is so awesome
is on the Wish app, I found this product
that was like a 500 hour, 500 hour, what is this five hour energy? A $500 gas-powered scooter. I didn’t think it was really real, $500 on an app like Wish, you know, you don’t really know what you’re buying. So I went for it, you
guys hit the 20,000 likes. So make sure you guys keep it
locked for the next episode. Hit subscribe if you guys liked it. It’s here, so I’m going to
put this thing together. Hopefully it goes alright. Come along, I’ll answer
some questions, hang out. Hopefully we get this going,
cuz it looks like a lot of fun. – Lot of fun. – Okay, so let’s just tackle this beast. So the first thing, I
think this is the deck, it’s also known as the SkaterX online. It’s a 44c 2-stroke engine if you guys are into that kind of thing. It should have some power. I don’t know how this is going to stack up against my boosted board. It would be kind of fun to try that. Let’s get this thing going here. Gas-powered skateboard,
kinda the opposite, we have electric skateboards
now, but we’ll take it, sure. You guys, oh wow, alright,
we definitely got it. We got it. So we have our skate deck. I don’t know if this is bamboo, it doesn’t look like bamboo,
it looks like a cheaper wood. I mean this is only 500 bucks. A nice loaded deck, man,
would cost you well over 100. So, wow, alright, this is the grip tape. It says SkaterX as you guys can see. It looks like decent grip tape, hopefully it’ll keep me on the board. That’s always the goal. Alright, now let’s open up this big box. I don’t want any of those
peanuts coming in here, they’re annoying to vacuum. I got the peanuts on me, didn’t I? I had a feeling. Last, but not least, we have the motor. This just feels so crazy. Drop a like if you guys
are from the Wish video and you guys got subscribed. This is because of you guys, so, wow. Dude, those just white
pellets, they annoy me. I don’t like styrofoam. I really don’t like the noise of it. Also drop a like if you
hate the noise of styrofoam or nails on a chalkboard, hate that. Wow, so here is the plan. We’re going to get the deck started first. We got some nuts and bolts, they should be in the box somewhere. Well, that’s a problem. There are no nuts or bolts. – [Narrator] Many
unbearable hours later… – Cool, so I’m back,
it’s been about a week and we got all the screws needed, hopefully to assembly the
gas-powered skateboard. So before we go ahead and
put the scooter together, big thanks to Vigo Video for
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stickers, link down below. Let’s open up this scooter. I hope this turns out good, functional. The board is actually cracked, so maybe we’re going to
stay alive on this one. I’m not too confident. Right now I am doing the front
axle with the cracked deck. My hope is these screws are strong enough to hold the half deck that
is coming up onto the board, These light goals, they’re
going to kill me seriously, or this board is going to kill me. I will be dying from this video. It’s guaranteed. This thing better be cool. That’s all I’m saying. – You know what I’m saying. – I’m willing to put the time in. It just better work and it better be cool. I even got the right fuel for it, because it doesn’t even take gas. – My car is powered by the wind. – What is this design? I even got a space gray hammer here. I’m going to be upset if that’s the front. I’m going to be really upset. Nah, that’s not how
skateboards are designed. There’s no way in hell that fits. I put it on the wrong way. That’s even scarier because
this side’s cracked. That’s going on the back. I would have wanted a sturdier
side where the motor is, so I can at least just
put my back foot there. Nope, too much to ask for. There’s no way I can let
my friends ride this. One hundred percent no chance. I will lose them as friends,
lose them as people, their families will lose them. These are people we will dearly miss. Look at this, can you see through it? That’s a mess. I actually survive a
ride on this guy, phew. Oh, you can hear that,
it does not sound good. Can you help me bud? We’re almost done with
the Death Machine 9000. You guys don’t have to ride this, all you have to do is just like the video. It’s not hard. It’s like, it’s not fair. Alright, I’m scared for my life. We can put bars on them
to increase stability. I don’t really care to be honest. Oh, maybe that’s how they hold together. Sure, yeah that’s about
as good as it’s gonna get. I don’t know what these bolts
are for, I’m not gonna lie. So basically I’m going to fill this up with the 50 to one gas that we got. We’re going to go outside. We’re going to gas this
thing up, try it out, hopefully we can ride it
on the street and not die. I’m not, you know what, I called my insurance
agent and we’re good. So hopefully this works. What could go wrong? – [Narrator] Three hours later… – We’re outside now,
about to power this up, I’m not feeling good. Check this out. Look at this. I’m going to try and sit on
it and see if we can start it. (laughing) (engine revving) – Oh, we’re close. Unfortunately, we could
not get the board to work, we did get some noises out of it. I think I even saw some
smoke, but for some reason the gasoline is not flowing to the engine. I’ve tried everything. I’ve even tipped it upside down, tried siphoning it, it just isn’t working. That’s it for the $500
gas-powered Wish scooter, if you guys liked this episode
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