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Rotax Mini Max Question

Started by Birel-Rotax 42, November 23, 2013, 10:57:21 pm

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What chassis will we run the Rotax Mini Max on?

Full-sized
22 (55%)
Cadet
18 (45%)

Total Members Voted: 39

Birel-Rotax 42

As I have finalized my model for the Mini Max, as well as the dyno information, shall we run the full-sized or cadet chassis for the Mini?
Vote... I will do both, but I may only release one.

James Beer

i think it should be done on full size mate ;)
 

Birel-Rotax 42

I'm leaning towards that only because it produces significantly more than 10 horsepower.

James Beer

the micro should go on the cadet but not the mini max otherwise what would be the point of having a micro
 

Birel-Rotax 42

I agree. Furthermore, after driving a mini for a year, and having 2 years of Junior, I feel that a Minimax belongs on a full-sized kart. Apparently, so does BRP/Rotax...
http://www.gorotax.com/rules-and-regulations/technical-bulletins/127-technical-bulletin-mini-max-2015-chassis-regulations.html

Emil114


Birel-Rotax 42

The poll is to determine what chassis it is on. It is ready to be released.

James Beer

here the minimax has always been on full size
 

Emil114


Emil114


Emil114

can you send a picture on the engien

LauZzZn

here, mini max have the normal chassis as senior for example(just without frontbrake). but they are the same size as the normal kart chassis
<br /><br />Custom Track work

Birel-Rotax 42




Above is the full-sized and cadet versions of the Minimax. The full-sized kart is using the cadet driver, but can be changed.
Another question...
Use the cadet driver model?

James Beer

maybe for the cadet driver in the full size make some pedal extenders so that the model can reach the pedals? quite a nice idea though with the cadet driver in the adult
 

Birel-Rotax 42

Just don't know how to change hands position...