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New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
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For anyone who hasn't seen the email, there are a few changes for cadet 9 club/zone competition for next year:No Mychrons/data loggers permitted at allNo magnesium wheelsOnly a #97 jet permittedOnly…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by rudy farkas Dec 27, 2017.

 

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rudy farkas replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"the j has 100 piston sizes at $55 a piston and $20 a ring was a cheap engine to run"
Dec 27, 2017
Chris and Rhylee McMaster replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"Some of our cadet 9s are faster than the 12s which is good for the 12s when there is only one or two to race but now it's just ruined it obviously some one in Ka doesn't like their kid getting beaten by a 9 "
Dec 26, 2017
Evan Mitchell replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"Thanks, will certainly slow down the lap times of both engines on the tighter tracks"
Dec 26, 2017
Nick Blaxell replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"Sprockets, spark plugs apply to Both Comer and MiniROK "
Dec 26, 2017
Evan Mitchell replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"Would anybody know if the choice of rear sprockets applys to the comer engine or just the mini rok?"
Dec 26, 2017
Ian Mooney replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"Hey guys (Trent & Wolfram ) play nice !! Now I don't have a cadet so you can tell me to but out..... However - when wets were introduced it was never about safety ! The slick tyres used to say "dry weather use only" and it was…"
Dec 15, 2017
Trent replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"Well aren't we lucky that's just your one sided opinion Wolfram. Although what's is based on? How many kids injured themselves driving on slicks? Where is your logic, aren't kids driving faster on wets, do you think wets mean…"
Dec 15, 2017
Wolfram Radek replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"And you were never as good or as fast as the kids that are out there now. Stop kidding yourself. People complain about safety and you get a ridiculous response like this."
Dec 14, 2017
Trent replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"I have also been told DPE are making a specific axle 4mm thick within specifications"
Dec 8, 2017
Trent replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"getting rid of wets would have been good. I saw about 10 cadet 9's that stuffed a set of wets on the weekend at Swan Hill because the track dried out. I didn't have wets when I was a kid karting and we survived. It would have been good to…"
Dec 6, 2017
Terry Sheedy replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"Get real. But there is bound to be one available from someone in the inner circle. Same with rear sprockets. Heard at my last ever KA sanctioned meeting that C9 requires an 83T sprocket as standard equipment at their home club. Tight track with long…"
Dec 6, 2017
James replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"Have just discovered that there is no compliant axle available to purchase for the DPE (Arrow/Deadly/Sera) cadet karts. The closest they make is a 960 x 30 x 23. i.e. it has a 3.5mm wall when it needs to be 4mm. The alternative is get a 1000 x 30 x…"
Dec 6, 2017
Wolfram Radek replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"Easy fix at the club level - don't use a format for the Cadet 9s that involves Qualifying."
Nov 22, 2017
Morgan Jones replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"Some tracks wear the tyres a lot more or less.  Also the speed of your driver and the level of competition and if qualifying is being used are big factors."
Nov 21, 2017
Wolfram Radek replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"I think KA need to seriously rethink their decision on data loggers. - the data logger is a great tool to teach the kids about braking and acceleration points - even basic set up of the engine at various tracks requires use of a data logger - how…"
Nov 21, 2017
Nick Blaxell replied to James's discussion New Cadet 9 rules for 2018
"Ah there ya go I must’ve missed that line. Great"
Nov 20, 2017

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