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Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
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Hi,I'll soon be racing in TAG heavy, many people say that being a "heavier bloke" mean's that i'd be more suited to a 32/32 chassis. As of right now i run a 30/30 2014 OTK ( In restricted), I've been…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nikola schmidt on Friday.

Rotax EVO- Race start issues
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Hi,Ever since I've had the rotax I've noticed on race starts (especially todd road) that it wont get past 8000 revs, and no its not due to bad starts or lack of road, it just genuinely won't get…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by wayne bower Oct 14.

Karting Helmets
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Hi,I'm on the market for a relatively cheap helmet, budget is around $500-$600, i don't wish to buy an Arai nor a road bike helmet, I've looked around for a while now and always come across the usual…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jono Sep 6.

OTK Broken seat mount...
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Hi,sorry for spamming the forum, but i was looking over the kart and noticed the smaller bar on the right hand side was completely broken off... i have images attached... as my other post states I'm…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by adrian church Aug 10.

 

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Nikola schmidt replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"hahahhaha, cheers mate "
Friday
Ian Mooney replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"Anyone that sells OTK should be able to help They were about $300 for the bits which include: front crash bar bottom rail and sub floor as well as extended brake rod. this is what 6'7" looks like in an extended frame ( mind you we ran…"
Thursday
Nikola schmidt replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"hahahahah, yeah i guess so, just looking around"
Thursday
Andy Venables replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"Hi Nikola. Any Of the CRG stuff is good. All the current brands are. The current CRG 30.32 or 32.32 would suit, you just need lots of different bits to try different combinations to get it all to work. Axles, hub length, seat stiffness or position.…"
Thursday
Nikola schmidt replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"thanks for the offer mate, but i'll have to pass"
Thursday
Nikola schmidt replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"6 foot *"
Thursday
Karl Bond replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"I have a brand new NOS Birel RY32 if you are interested for 3K located in Werribee"
Thursday
Nikola schmidt replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"That's awesome thanks for that, also you know where i can get the extended front end  piece?  I'm only 5 foot and my knees still hit the wheel "
Thursday
Nikola schmidt replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"Yeah i agree with everything you're saying, and PCR seem alright too, don't see them to often though"
Thursday
Ian Mooney replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"Mate! there is absolutely nothing wrong with using the 30/30 in restricted and certainly  not in open. My son has used OTK since 2002 and loves the big extended front end available for these karts. He is 6'7" and usually…"
Wednesday
David Kerwood replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"And also PCR as in my profile pic was a jet is a 30/32 as well.. To many people get ideas in their heads that this or that won't work.. One of my old 1996 karts this year qualified pole at one round at Bendigo in tagr light and then destroyed…"
Wednesday
Nikola schmidt replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"Yeah fair enough, cheers"
Wednesday
David Kerwood replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"Nothing wrong with a mix rail size Just have a look at the Birel/ RIC karts for example with their sizing.."
Wednesday
Nikola schmidt replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"I would go 30/30, 32/32, I've never heard anything good about the half and half's but then again...could just be the class"
Wednesday
David Kerwood replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"32mm chassis is fine at that weight. I would if your going to drop down to say 100kgs look at a 30/32."
Wednesday
Nikola schmidt replied to Nikola schmidt's discussion Best/Most suitable Chassis for TAG Heavy
"My local club is GKCV, and yeah i've heard and seen a few people having trouble with a 32/32 in TAG R and as a person i'm significantly heavier than you, i'm around 108kg (as a person) on a good day (currently working on getting that…"
Wednesday

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89
The class(es) I race:
TAG, Rotax

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