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Started by oppolo, June 21, 2013, 11:07:52 pm

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James Beer

responding to your questions oppolo: i have been told by someone who owns one of these that they idle around 2,200 rpm and die below 2000 rpm
 

oppolo

Quote from: Intrepid James on June 23, 2013, 11:56:11 am
responding to your questions oppolo: i have been told by someone who owns one of these that they idle around 2,200 rpm and die below 2000 rpm

ok

I make the engine with 45 or 48 hp?

and what chassis? I mean, front hand brake? only rear brake? slick medium and hard tyres or only hard?

James Beer

ok i'll ask him some more questions ;)
 

James Beer

June 23, 2013, 01:40:34 pm #18 Last Edit: June 23, 2013, 01:48:49 pm by Intrepid James
from what i myself have heard they are closer to 50 hp so i would say 48hp is the better one to go with

edit: found out that the engine standard has 48hp standard but if you use methanol you can get it up to 65hp
run on every chassis birel, tony kart and crg
 

oppolo

June 23, 2013, 02:15:24 pm #19 Last Edit: June 23, 2013, 02:20:11 pm by oppolo
ok, so I'll do at 48 HP

yes every chassis ok, but, do I use kf1 with hand front brake and soft tyres? or kf3 with only rear brake and only hard tyres? or f100 chassis with only rear brake and soft tyres? I guess I should use kf1, but tell me what

clutch ingage rpm?

James Beer

Ok so I know they run front brakes but I don't know if they are joined, I am waiting for a reply fro$ someone who ones one, I think it will fit a kf1 well, ill also ask clutch engagement rpm
 

Jakob98

Can we have a mediafire link?

oppolo

Quote from: Jakob98 on June 23, 2013, 02:30:14 pm
Can we have a mediafire link?

doesn't work for you that link?

James Beer

tyre compound is hard and the breaks are like those on a 125 gearbox kart
 

oppolo

Quote from: Intrepid James on June 23, 2013, 04:12:38 pm
tyre compound is hard and the breaks are like those on a 125 gearbox kart


so, we use a kz1 chassis with an unusefull gear stick?

James Beer

mmm... i think we should still go for a kf1 chassis as then its optional if you use the front
 

Jakob98


James Beer

clutch engagement is 3000 rpm
 

Sam Flintham

Quote from: Intrepid James on June 23, 2013, 05:24:38 pm
mmm... i think we should still go for a kf1 chassis as then its optional if you use the front

Would using the FS250 chassis work

oppolo

June 23, 2013, 11:13:32 pm #29 Last Edit: June 23, 2013, 11:19:46 pm by oppolo
- if it has the brake of a KZ1 I think we have to use the KZ1 chassis because it is more important the physic than the grafic, never mind, we will have a gear stick not in use

- strange, the link here works and is also fast, never mind, if all goes well, I should upload a new version in some days

- the f25o chassis doesn't have combined brakes

now I have a running version, I need others info
- has the engine a rpm limiter? they advice to use a rear sproke for not pass 10500 rpm, so it seems without a rpm limiter, but tell me
- breaking rpm?
- weight of the kart is under some rules?

thanks