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That engine looks like a Komet K71 which was devised & distributed originally by Lynn Haddock in the USA for their specific piston port class.
Attached is a history of the project & some drawings of the later variant called KPV.KOMET%20K71%20Karting%20Engine%20Background%20and%20Development.docxwww.kometengine.com.htm
The Bolivar Historic Kart Grand Prix will be on again in 2019.Friday May 3 - PracticeSaturday May 4 - Events DaySunday May 5 - Track open for competitors to lap at will.Southern Gokart Club, Summer Road, Bolivar SA.We hope to see you all.
IAME, BUT any other details would be appreciated.
One of the best vintage meets on the calendar.
I picked Dino 288 and need some parts. Is it still possible to get them for this vintage kart?
Thanks, it is an old IAME Piston port that I have had given to me and I wasn't sure.
Now I know it is close to 100, I will put some effort into it.
Hi Max I worked it out to be 96.8 cc using those measurements.
OK so I am no tech genius so correct me on this plese guys,
Is that 96 / 98cc approx.?
(Vernier measurements so they are not that accurate?)
Thanks for the info fellers. It appears that a range of different shapes were used arround the second half of the 80's
Hope these help
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