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Post by BrnoutJerzey on Wed 14 Oct 2009 - 2:01

were you in those?

what track in Jersey is that?
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Post by Aanenvaimennin on Wed 14 Oct 2009 - 2:15

BrnoutJerzey wrote:were you in those?

what track in Jersey is that?

I was at New castle but i was not racing.
I dont know the name but it is right next to the New Jersey Motorsport track...
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Post by STRAW Orange on Fri 16 Oct 2009 - 20:03

ex Karter here, from UK have raced Cadet, Mini Max and Junior Max but quit so more time could be put into my brother. Hes done Cadet, WTP (used to race with PLOW Champion) and JICA.

Was good whilst it lasted but it costs way to much, you put a lot in but get hardly anything back. I prefer driving cars. Razz
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Post by Aanenvaimennin on Sat 31 Oct 2009 - 12:05

Florida Karting news-
-Central Florida Road Course changes its name to Orlando Kart Center
-Florida Winter Tour marks the date for their run to Orlando Kart Center
-CKI changes name to WSK North America
-WSK(CKI) names its races one of them being Homestead Miami, Which throws FWT off of Homesteads schedule. As the Owner of HOmestead already stated that they can only have one big series not two. FWT is at lost until they picked up OKC for rounds 1 and 2 in January
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Post by Aanenvaimennin on Sat 31 Oct 2009 - 12:08

-OKC Club Race 10/25

The NEW layout for FWT


The start of Heat 1


Coming into turn two....i went from 9th to third in the start.
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Post by Aanenvaimennin on Sat 31 Oct 2009 - 19:18

Here is a 1 and half minuteclip adverstising OKC
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Post by Aanenvaimennin on Sat 7 Nov 2009 - 3:25

Highlights from World Karting Championship at Macau 2009

Copyright JLG Broadcasting 2006-2009
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Post by Aanenvaimennin on Sat 7 Nov 2009 - 3:53

NEW!

We are now supporting Kart Series!
I will post news, photos, and video!
The Series are: Florida Winter Tour, Florida Kart Championship Series, and Championship Karting International.
If you want me to support another karting series, please post the website and the series!
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Post by Sgt JigglyMoobs on Sat 7 Nov 2009 - 19:59

ca i just say that that track really doesnt compare to the track at the thruxton kart center which is just amazing, for sum reason that track looks really makeshift ..... is it supposed to?

thruxton looks like this

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Post by Matt on Sat 7 Nov 2009 - 20:01

Thruxton is a VERY good lil track even better for the Suzuka like up n over bit.
Raced there once of twice but still prefer the mighty Clay Pigeon and also Llandow where we tested all the time.



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Post by Sgt JigglyMoobs on Sat 7 Nov 2009 - 23:30

ye never seen those tracks but i mean thruxton is so much fun and there karts are all in really good nick too
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Post by Aanenvaimennin on Sun 8 Nov 2009 - 0:37

I got my new motor....and im in a process of making a "Guide to TaG Class" book/paquet
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Post by XTI Jon Snow on Sun 8 Nov 2009 - 0:41

My track is purpose built, a lot of tracks though are makeshift in old parking lots and are made with barriers, depends on where your at though
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Post by Aanenvaimennin on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 0:26

all the tracks in florida are purpose built...alot are old though...
like Jacksonville held the 1956 World Karting Championship. Yes...its that old.
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Post by XTI Jon Snow on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 1:16

Well i have two more races this season and for next season im getting a new motor Very Happy
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Post by Aanenvaimennin on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 1:21

nice....mine came in friday and i spent all day saturday putting it on and all that stuff
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Post by XTI Jon Snow on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 1:29

Yeah installation will be a lot easier now that im now working out of my basement (i have my own shed now!) and 4 strokes arent that hard to remove/install theres not that many parts on my kart
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Post by Aanenvaimennin on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 1:44

everything on 2 cycles are replacible...
lol
so you have to go through alot of things
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Post by XTI Jon Snow on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 1:59

oh see heres how it works with four strokes.

undo mount screws, lift old motor out, put new motor in, replace screws. add gears, get a new chain, i should probably get new tires too. i get my engines from the people who run the track blueprinted, ready to run and mount. instead of paying $350 for a rebuild im just getting the much better briggs and stratton animal, stock its rated around 7hp, once its blueprited your making around 15, and tons of torque
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Post by Aanenvaimennin on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 2:06

7hp thats it? My leopard is 23hp
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Post by XTI Jon Snow on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 2:16

closer to 15 once blueprinted. i also dont slide as much as you, and i probably have more torque. only having about 3 or 4 moving parts is nice too
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Post by BrnoutJerzey on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 2:52

silencer s6 wrote:7hp thats it? My leopard is 23hp

uh oh, we got a show-off here! Laughing
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Post by CQR Champion on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 16:40

BrnoutJerzey wrote:
silencer s6 wrote:7hp thats it? My leopard is 23hp

uh oh, we got a show-off here! Laughing
My old one was 48 but restricted to 42 =)

Cars for me now though!
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Post by FranchittiFan on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 19:11

im pretty good at my karting been told i could easyly be in the british championships (not just the scottish ones) by sum ex kart team owners and ive been within a second of BTCC racer Matt Neal in a single engined kart were he had used a twin engined one and it was my 1st time at the track too. quick in wet too, was told too slow down my race stewards at a test once cz i was only likek 1.5 seconds slower than a dry time in pouring rain on slicks....


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Post by XTI Jon Snow on Mon 9 Nov 2009 - 19:13

Going too fast is a problem too though, because you dont have a diff, you can spin easily by going to fast
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