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Help needed with J starter
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Hi guysI'm trying to build a starter for a Yamaha j and am wondering what's the best starter motor to use.ie: small car or motor bike or lawn mower.Has anybody got some suggestions what I should…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron Powell Feb 22, 2014.

Different rim types and what they do?
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HiMy son races Junior national light and I notice mostof the fast kids are using the old KG gold rims and IWas wanting to know what is the reason or advantageIn using these rims over using the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mick Nov 11, 2013.

COMER TIMING /POP OFF PRESSURES
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Can someone help me out with some settings for the ignition timing on a comer sw 80 as I cant seem to find  anything written or discussed on forums about the COMER SW80  what do most people set…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron Powell Oct 1, 2014.

Arrow junior kart vs monaco junior kart
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Hi could someone fill me in on the differences if any between the new arrow junior kart and the monaco junior kart apart from the obvious sticker kit.If there is any difference will this alter the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Gardner Nov 22, 2012.

 

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Mick replied to Tigerfet's discussion Please come home
"There’s some low life’s around, have you got some photos then hopefully someone might have seen it around. "
Nov 23, 2018
Mick replied to David Gibcus's discussion WTB - 30mm Alfano speed sensor axle collar
"Sorry David had a look and I have a brand new 40mm one not a 30mm.  I have a lot of different temp senders and leads and a brand new alfano steering wheel but no 30mm collar"
Nov 21, 2018
Mick replied to David Gibcus's discussion WTB - 30mm Alfano speed sensor axle collar
"I think I might have one, I will have a look tomorrow and let you know if you still looking?"
Nov 18, 2018
Mick replied to David Gibcus's discussion Need axle straightened
"Does anyone have pictures or instructions on how to make a axle straightening device as John has mentioned? thanks"
Oct 28, 2018
Mick replied to Dean Eldridge's discussion WTB Cadet/Rookie rolling chassis or complete kart.
"Look up iwt.com.au Cadet/rookie with or without engine It's a shop, they have a good as new kosmic cadet/rookie kart only done 5 races worth a look IMO"
Jul 26, 2015
Mick replied to Denis Barbaro's discussion Wanted To Buy. 900mm Chassis with/without Comer SW80
"Look up iwt.com.au It's a shop, they have a good as new kosmic cadet/rookie kart only done 5 races worth a look IMO"
Jul 26, 2015
Ron Powell replied to Mick's discussion COMER TIMING /POP OFF PRESSURES
"Pop off pressure is a static test number  that should only be used as a guide that your carby is assembled and operating correctly. Don't get hung up that one carby has a test number much larger than another manufacturers totally different…"
Oct 1, 2014
Chris Barry replied to Mick's discussion COMER TIMING /POP OFF PRESSURES
"Hi guys, Doing my first refresh on a S80 carb. Its been sitting around for years and needed a rebuild kit as the diaphragm was wrinkly and the fuel stale. After cleaning I measured the pop-off pressure as 20.5 to 21psi which surprised me as several…"
Sep 30, 2014
Mick replied to Chris Gardner's discussion Rule change cadet/rookie Chassie Length
"I was at SA OPEN on the weekend and there seems to be a lot of pissed off people over this rule change. Mick in his speech on Sunday indicated he was about making the sport cheaper as he isn't rolling in money either!! SO is this a way of…"
Aug 28, 2014
Ron Powell replied to Mick's discussion Help needed with J starter
"Steve, the motor cycle battery is a 2.7Ah and starts two karts over three days without recharge quite easily. So does the 2200 LiPo. The difference is as the bike battery dies the starter goes slower, telling you it needs charging. The LiPo…"
Feb 22, 2014
Steve Southwell replied to Mick's discussion Help needed with J starter
"Motor bike starters are geared inside the engine, don't think they would be practical. Rons use of a lipo, I'd use a 5000mah ($30), is the go, and saves u 2kg. Special charger  from as little as $10 from Hobby King."
Feb 22, 2014
Ron Powell replied to Mick's discussion Help needed with J starter
"Mower starters are about the same size as the TAg 125 starters, and a little less reliable!  At less than 7Kgs my starter is a good weight to help reduce the torque kick back effect. I dont think going much lighter is all that good of an idea,…"
Feb 22, 2014
Mick replied to Mick's discussion Help needed with J starter
"Thanks for the replies guys Does anybody no if people have made a starter from a small motor bike starter or lawn mower as they mightn't Be so heavy to carry around and as harsh on the crank"
Feb 21, 2014
Harvie Ramsden replied to Mick's discussion Help needed with J starter
"camry starter goes the correct rotation an already has a inbuilt sprag clutch inbuilt"
Feb 21, 2014
Damien Scurlock replied to Mick's discussion Help needed with J starter
"sv21 camry starter is what I used!"
Feb 21, 2014
Paul Knowles replied to Mick's discussion Help needed with J starter
"Early model camry. Go on strike website and info is there for diy kit."
Feb 21, 2014

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