"Any and all brands will do the job. What you need at the track is help, so look around your area and see which shops are at events, who is helping their customers and how many of each brand of kart is racing.
Karting is an…"
"Before you tear the whole thing apart, first up remove the carby , manifold and reed block and make sure the reeds are all 100% there. You cannot see the whole reed petals without removing the manifold from the reed block. "
"The best helmet to buy is a quality brand from a motorcycle shop. Those standards are for specialised manufacturers wanting to supply the karting market only, they in fact do not meet the higher road going and racing motorcycle or car racing…"
"Neither is better, inside the engine they are identical. The short shaft has only been supplied to Australia, beginning about 1994. In all other countries the KT100s is run with a clutch , and so the long shaft was retained to fit a wide…"
"The newest kart club in Australia will be running its first event on September 1st at the Barossa gokart club track here in SA. We are offering a senior open class in which Vintage karts are welcome to come and race. Only condition is…"
"The Arrow X3 or X4 Vegas will suit you fine, and it is 30/30. It is slightly longer in the pedal area than the earlier X1 and X2 , but if you find one of these you will likely need the extended front. "
"I raced a 125cc gearbox kart in sprint in the 1970's. Most memorable was the night racing under lights at the Tunarama title at the 330metre long Port Lincoln Gokart club track. My first year I won the 50 lapper at the end of…"
"Yes it would be before 1971 .... the 250cc engined karts were racing locally in the 1960's and had their first Australian Championship in 1969, back then all were only single cylinder engines . I also remember the winner , he…"
"Gentlemen , not wanting to go too far with this but 250cc gearbox engined karts were raced at both Bolivar and Pines tracks in SA for many years, and Corio in Victoria. The first race meeting of each SA season was run at Pines and the day…"
Just saw your price list online for the WM08 Wheel Set Douglas "SE" 130/212 Solid Magnesium Wheels.
You have two rear wheel sizes listed 210 and 212. Can you tell me what performance difference can be expected when using the 212 instead of a 210? My kart is an Arrow BMAX and it would appear as though the current rear wheel size is 210. Also is 212 the maximum you can or should go to when using MG Reds?