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Clone help

Postby Patrick Melton » Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:57 am

Hi, I'm fairly new to karting and am building a kart to run in chonda class but I have a couple questions. First, is the BSP1 cam the appropriate choice for NTK track? Second, what is the most common MG tire choice in this class? Third, is there a specific requirement for the bumper such as brand or is any full width rear bumper acceptable. Thanks in advance for your help and I'm really looking forward to racing with y'all.
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Re: Clone help

Postby Patrick Melton » Mon Oct 22, 2012 12:12 pm

Oh yeah, also what pipe and header do y'all run?
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Re: Clone help

Postby Kevin Crowe » Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:33 pm

Hi Patrick, glad to see you are wanting to come race with us. First off, yes the BSP1 cam is ok to run at NTK. I think most of us run the CL-1i. I am not sure the exact differences but we run AKRA rules for the engine specs. Here is the link to answer all your questions. http://karting.4cycle.com/showthread.php?t=409588

Mostly everyone runs the MG FZ (yellow). The wear in the Chonda class is minimal. I wear out fronts before the rears.

The bumper can be made of steel tubing with a double bar design or a plastic CIK approved bumper of full length (extends to at least the middle of the rear tires is a good reference).

Hope this helps, feel free to contact me directly if you need any more info.

Kevin

The pipe we run is http://www.arcracing.com/servlet/the-45 ... ARC/Detail. There are some other set-ups out there but this is what I have ran with minimal problems. The strap and clamps are vital. They will break off without the support.
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Re: Clone help

Postby Patrick Melton » Tue Oct 23, 2012 1:30 pm

Thanks Kevin
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