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Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"I have had a few phone calls regarding 250cc eligibility as a class at AKA events. My thoughts are just that, my thoughts.  "
Apr 30
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Thanks Don, that rule paves the way for the Konig (Koenig)."
Apr 26
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Robert, OK I apologise, it was not you with Noel at Ipswitch, please forgive me as I now remember who it was. Does not take away the fact that the motor was, is and forever will be illegal. "
Apr 25
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Robert, I simply want the vintage rules as they are applied equally to everyone. I have no objection to a class of kart that was run in the USA, Europe, Australia or anywhere else from being run here. Both you and Noel told me to my face at the…"
Apr 25
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Robert, we do not race. I was prevented from log booking a twin 135 C open because the class was never raced in Australia, however twin 135's were raced in Australia, at the Coff's over 40's. This does not mean that it should be log…"
Apr 25
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Robert, the written ruling is a class raced in Australia! 250cc was not a class."
Apr 25
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"So Peck and Poat "raced the Konig (Koenig). Two engines in Australia that had 200cc barrels, liners et al, made apparently by Smithurst and Son a Taren Point.  Therefore any reprlica would have the same Smithurst and Son a Taren…"
Apr 24
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Robert, according to the manufactures data, they made 15, 20 & 30 cubic inch motors at the time, 15 being approx. 248cc?"
Apr 24
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Robert, was 250cc a class back then?"
Apr 24
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Come on fellas, we do not need anyone else to be injured. Apart from matching the kart to the log book, this is really the only safety device to be looked at. I do not think "bead restrainers" are required, maybe "brain…"
Apr 21
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Rod, it is my understanding that if slide carbys are used, nylock nuts are required to affix the carby. I maybe incorrect, anyone else?"
Apr 16
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Max, the cost for Vintage at Eastern Creek is $100. After you open the page click on the circled link for entry."
Apr 13
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Entry form for Eastern Creek are here - http://retrokartingaus.bigcartel.com/"
Apr 12
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Graeme, the chain / drive sprocket guard is a safety measure as a result of a number of finger injuries sustained by vintage karters. And yes, Peter is correct, chain guards have always been there.  "
Mar 29
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Hi Noel, we do not have a program at the moment as we do not know who will be there. I have been told that we will have 15mins every hour and that the track will be open from 8:00am to 6:00 pm, so that is 10 sessions per day. Once we know who will…"
Mar 21
Stephen Moxon commented on Mike Best's group VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS
"Hi All, I am trying to confirm who will be actually taking a vintage kart to the RKA meeting at Eastern Creek. The organisers need to know numbers and if we do not get 12 entrants it is likely that they will not run vintage."
Mar 20

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My involvement in karting:
Racer
The class(es) I race:
Over 40's
My best results:
3rd Australian Titles, Stock Light 1979

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At 19:24 on September 30, 2014, Andrew Bourke said…

Hi Steve, when talking about seat width, do you mean the gap between the upper mounting points for the seat?  

At 7:08 on November 30, 2013, Chris Barnes said…

Hi Steve I will send you max contact details this afternoon I just need to find  where I put them getting old sucks.

Regards Chris

At 20:05 on December 11, 2012, Raymond Harrison said…

Hi Steve,

I made a photo mandatory so people can see what you are looking for, this may not actually suit some wanted ads, you can always send what you have to my email contact as listed above the submission form and I am happy to create something that get's the message across.

Cheers,

Raymond. 

At 20:21 on August 7, 2012, Mark Mansell said…

Well Steve, are you interested in taking my Kart to Numurkah and flogging Chippo and Manley? I've still got about 12 litres of fuel left over from Lithgow. Just watch the fuel mixture screws but once set they should be right for the day. Oh, the battery will probably need charging between heats. Only needs a six volt charger so its no drama. I've just started a new job so its very unlikely that I could get time off to go to Tamworth or Numurkah. The old girl is there if you want to have a go.

At 6:02 on February 22, 2012, John Humphries said…

Gday steve---regarding the jps twin-----found out who was the original owner and i am going to see him friday and get more info then---the current owner has a lot of gear-mostly late model stuff---ring me this evening on 0419 531 366---regards jack

At 13:15 on January 10, 2012, Leigh Hunter said…

Great news Steve,

Hard to beat the thrill of a good twin, working on my third one now , and building a trick 130, I also know that Pete Rowebotham and Douglas Downes are both working on second twins and Bob Ulhorne is also putting one together for his son Chris, So yeah , its fantastic.

Leigh

At 21:57 on December 6, 2010, john pizarro said…
Hi Stev
Welcome to the group. What are you doing these days. regards
JP (15)
At 21:33 on December 6, 2010, john pizarro said…
Hi Stev
Welcome to the group. Hope all is well with you . Would like to catch up one day .
Regards
JP (15)
 
 
 

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