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  • Honda CR ignition coil life

    @hallkbrdz wrote:

    What maintenance schedule do you use for pm with ignition coils for Honda CR engines?

    I just bought two new OEM coils to hopefully avoid missing any more sessions on race day with my cr80rb. A couple of people recommend replacing them yearly, about every ten events, to avoid trouble. Does that sound about right for sprint racing?

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    May 22, 2018 3:10 PM CDT
  • Hesitant to start Karting in Central Florida

    @Hman wrote:

    Hi everyone!

    I’m new to the site and definitely need a little guidance if possible.

    I live in Brevard County, FL and I am an hour away from OKC and 2 hours away from both PBK and BMP. I am 37 (although if I even meet anyone from here you’ll swear I’m not older than 25 lol) with a history of road racing motorcycles in the popular 600cc classes. I haven’t raced anything in the past 10 years and I’m dying to get back in and try a different type of racing. I want to get into Formula 2000 cars and I still might since they are my passion, but since the cost is $3k / race weekend I probably will not go that route.

    So I’ve been doing my research and even though I want a very fast kart (Rok Shifter) I love the idea of the 206 and have no qualms about losing speed if I gain overall fairness with competitors and a lot less mechanical time spent on the kart. But since I am closest to OKC from what I can tell they run their own “Speedy” class with a modified Honda engine that doesn’t equate to racing at any other track or class from what I can gather. (I could be wrong and hopefully I am.) I want to have a kart to be able to do all three of these tracks and their club races but maybe that just isn’t feasible.

    To add insult to injury after deciding what to buy, I come across the post about the girl dying at PBK. I was wondering why they recently switched to private owners only and obviously now I know. So this long rant culminates into me realizing that even if I get a 206 setup and drive 2 hours to PBK and BMP, that the sport might change drastically in the next year or two because of insurance companies pulling out, legislation tightening down, or some other ridiculous knee jerk reaction that won’t actually bring anything positive to the sport.

    Short story made long, do I just go get into the sport and have a great time now knowing it may end abruptly? Or should I wait because I don’t want to drop $6k just to find out these tracks will have to do something similar to PBK where they have to pick between being a race track or an attraction? Because if they all pick race track like PBK did then they are even more likely to shut down. Seems like the worst time to get into the sport? I dunno…

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    May 21, 2018 1:13 PM CDT
  • LO206 oil level

    @Tyreguy wrote:

    I’m changing the engine mount on my LO206 from 15 degrees to 7 degrees.
    The question I have is what oil level change should I make?

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    May 21, 2018 12:27 PM CDT
  • ROK GP Radiator Installation

    @Emolinatti wrote:

    Does anyone have any pictures of how they installed the radiator on a non OTK chassis?

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    May 20, 2018 10:12 AM CDT
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