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Rotax rebuilders

Postby Douglas Maxey » Sat May 30, 2009 1:03 pm

I stuck my motor last night at the track!!! from what i can see with out tearing it apart the piston broke. i was curious of any local re builders that are also authorized to seal it up. or if i can rebuild it my self and just run in the tag class to get more track time until i can afford to get it redone. Thanks For any help!

Douglas Maxey


Postby Mike Jones » Sun May 31, 2009 5:29 pm

Hi Douglas,

We are an Authorized Rotax Service Center and would be glad to assist you in your rebuild. You can certainly repair your own motor, but for just a bit more we can rebuild, assess the reason why it seized, and seal it. This way you have a more valuable motor and your legal to race at any Rotax Max Challenge race. We also provide dyno tuning services.
Feel free to call anytime to discuss your engine.


Mike Jones

The Kart Shop, LLC

Authorized Rotax Service Center
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Postby Mike Engstrom » Mon Jun 01, 2009 8:29 am

KAM Karting is the oldest Rotax service center in North Texas, since 2002. We would be glad to help you with your problem. As was said, not having your motor sealed decreases the value, fairly substantially. 817-638-5278
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