I have been a strong advocate for Inlet restrictors in place of weight for a long time, But too many Deaf people along the way. I have no doubt that Ken Seeber c
ould have had it up and running very quickly?
It has a strong gathering in the UK…"
"What you guys fail to recognize here is, although many classes have been created to attract people to the sport, create enjoyment amongst those with equal ability and budgets, there is no earn in any of this for KA, so it gets scrapped. So get…"
The restrictor class was not mine but instigated by GKCSA and was a great idea not only for equality but also it was one class. No Light, medium, heavy or super heavy.
Obviously resulting in better class numbers and shorter race days.
"I believe Ian Mooney had a class with variable restrictors so that drivers of all weight brackets could race together without the need for changing their native class weight. I'm not sure it would help those under minimum…"
"As a 62 kg 68 year old running an x30 in the TAG restricted light class the 20 kg of lead I have to run makes the kart almost unmanageable when not on the track. It would be nice to run in a masters class but the 40 kg of lead is…"
"Good to catch up Ian,
Yes I remember the weight survey that was done, principally by you, and I think we all contributed in our own small way.
Not sure that KA has got it right at the moment, I look after two Tag R Guys one in each weight…"
"Hi Max -been a while :)
Of course there is no such rule and has never been.
More than a few years ago when I was VP I instigated a survey across the clubs to look at weights and quite a few came back with their findings from…"
Does anyone know who might be able to do a bore and hone on a Mac please ?
With the correct setup. Square to the crank centreline I am guessing would be better than using the base to work from ?
"Richard, is there such a rule? not sure myself, would be difficult to define "Dangerous" However I agree it will be a nightmare to handle at any race meeting.
Kristian, Officials are one thing, but your fellow competitors can also make it…"