These racing machines are not for the faint hearted, with the top speed of about 260kph plus, and upto 3.5 “G’s” while cornering, braking and accelerating.
The 250cc International Superkart class is a international class raced all over the world, and is often referred to as “formula E” or Division 1. These karts have a range of twin cylinder engines that are producing 90 horsepower + in a kart and driver weight only 215kg’s. The power to weight ratio makes these karts incredibly fast.
A lot of these karts are just great engineering creations, with many using high tech electronics in engine management controllers etc. The 250cc International Superkarts actually hold many outright lap records for full size circuits and are often quicker than the current V8 Supercars.
Purchase Costs: A new 250 International Kart $30000- $40000.
A good second-hand kart would start around $16000 – $25000 just depending on condition and Specifications
The 250cc National class is one Australia’s most popular category. The engine is based on MotoX type engines. All engines must be single cylinder and usally have either a 5 or 6 speed gearbox. These engines are producing 60 horsepower + and can be a real handful to drive. many drivers make good use of large body panels and rear wings to display very creative paintwork and sponsor signage.
Purchase Costs: A new 250 National kart about $18000-$25000.
A good secondhand kart about $8000-$16000.
125cc National Class
The 1250cc National class is one Australia’s most popular category. The engine is based on Sprint kart KZ class type engine, or the older GP 125cc bike engine such as RS Honda or TZ Yamaha’s. All engines must be single cylinder with 6 speed gearbox. These engines are producing 50 horsepower + and can be a real handful to drive. many drivers make good use of large body panels and rear wings to display very creative paintwork and sponsor signage.
Purchase Costs: A new 125cc National kart about $10000-$18000.
A good second hand kart about $8000-$16000.
125 cc Rotax Max Non Gearbox
125cc Rotax Max Non-Gearbox Class
The Max is a class from our neighbours the Sprint Karts running a controlled engine of 125cc with no gearbox running a centrifugal clutch.
These karts are designed with ease in mind with a push button start (no pushing needed). A larger aero nose-cone is optional with most opting to for looks.
All rules are as per Sprint Karts (smaller hire kart size tracks) with some minor differences.
Total weight kart and driver = light 160 kg, heavy 180 kg.
New price approx. $8750 Second hand approx. $ 2000-$5000
125 cc KZ Stock ( Come & Try Class )
Sprint setup KZ class… ( Come & Try )… 125 cc gearbox shifter class..
Just change your gear ratios , add some extra jets for richer mixture and come have some fun…