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Lead Placement
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Hey, Just wondering where is the best place to put lead is?I have to put 32kG on the kart but don't know where it is best for balance and whatnot. This is with a full tank of fuel... Where do I start?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Arnold Jul 11.

How to have a good start in TaG?
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Every single time the pack starts to go, it's like my engine bogs heavily and doesn't want to go for a couple seconds... And I lose positions and/or time every time and I can't attack coming into the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Benjamin Piper Jun 3.

Might be a stupid question..
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But what is the range of PSI people pump tyres for Dunlops DFM's

Started this discussion. Last reply by Josh Eatts May 7.

Sprocket Gearing for TagR

Hey,Just wondering what would be the sprocket usage for TagRestricted Light at Eastern Creek/Lithgow/Newcastle/Picton etc.Just started and would like some help to get goingContinue

Started Apr 29

 

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David Arnold replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"The MAX kart weight on the heavy class is so that drivers right on the light weight, can not lead up to make the required weight to run with heavies, its not about kart weight from a safety perspective. "
Jul 11
Benjamin Piper replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"I think the restrictor idea is definitely an option for a club level class that could be implemented long term and would require much deliberation. Which unfortunately i cannot see the current governing body putting the required time or resources…"
Jul 1
Max Laybutt replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"Ben, It all seems to make sense for club level racing doesn't it? I am sure a group of people could be put together to sort out the "in's and out's" of it all, BUT would KA even consider it? Without their consideration it…"
Jun 29
ben marshall replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"I like the sound of that class Max. More competition less classes. Either shorter club days or more heats available. Racing against one or two in your class with another class on the track at the same time is not very exciting or interesting to…"
Jun 28
Thomas French replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"best thing i could recommend is when we had to put a large amount of lead on my kart is that we made our own lead weight shapped around the bottom of the seat. scrap lead melted down and baked in a cake tin."
Jun 27
Max Laybutt replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"Nev, and others that are interested. Go to www.planetkarting.uk Formula Blue, is listed as, A BOX STOCK ECOMONY CLASS. Appears to utilize 3 motors, Lynx, Maxi, and Leopard. All Water-cooled?  All 125cc? All as arrived in the Box? (But could…"
Jun 27
Neville Scullion replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"It is a good concept Max, and would allow those adjustments on the run as you suggest within certain parameters. Do you know if the inlet restrictors are viable on the 125 engines?"
Jun 27
Max Laybutt replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"Ben, I am not totally up with ALL the ins and outs, and obviously we would need to make some changes for our Ausy parameters, but in short I think one of the classes I looked at the time was, "Formula Blue?"  Think you started with a…"
Jun 27
Benjamin Piper replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"Hey Max, Do you have a link or know how that system is used? I am intrigued as to how they utilise it. I can only imagine there is still some sort of minimum weight limit for classes to keep parity. I am imagining that after a certain maximum kart…"
Jun 27
Max Laybutt replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"Guys, 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…"
Jun 25
Neville Scullion replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"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…"
Jun 25
Ian Mooney replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"Hi David, 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…"
Jun 25
richard gagie replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"Look at Chapter 7 (11) (IX). The Stewards can prohibit entry of a driver or his kart they consider dangerous."
Jun 25
David Arnold replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"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…"
Jun 25
Stewart Moorehead replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"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…"
Jun 24
Max Laybutt replied to Kristian Mizdrak's discussion Lead Placement
"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…"
Jun 24

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My involvement in karting:
Racer
My race number:
27
The class(es) I race:
TAG, KA4 Jnr
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Started a couple months ago, pulling into the front group of drivers.

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