2016 Tony and FA Rookie Cadet Chassis 20% off!
Limited supply of these 950mm Cadet Chassis. These are brand new karts in the box ready for you! We have them in the Tony Kart Cadet and FA Cadet.
Chassis Type: 2016 Tony Rookie Mini/Cadet 950mm
ENGINE: This brand new Tony Kart roller is designed for a variety of engines, so please contact us with specific application questions, to suit your needs. Typically, this size kart chassis will be used in junior one or junior two classes which includes engines such as Rotax Mini Max, Micro Max and TaG Junior two cycle engine packages. Can also be used with 4 cycle engines such as the Briggs & Stratton.
TaG Engine Packages available: We have brand new Vortex, Rotax and Iame Swift Junior TaG Engine Packages, as well as Briggs & Stratton 4 cycle engines available!
Chassis Applications: The Tony Mini Class of karts are meant for the junior drivers moving out of kid karts/baby karts and moving into junior class racing, typically ages 9-14yrs old. There are three sizes of junior class karts, the 900mm, 950mm and the 1010mm. This refers to the length of the wheelbase. If you are not sure which you need, please ask us for clarification.
Seat: Tony Karts come with OTK factory fiberglass racing seats to fit kids through adults weighing up to 190lbs. For larger people, we do have Tillet Racing seats fitting drivers up t o 260lbs!
Bodywork: OTK new M5 bodywork similar to the popular M4 bodywork used on the senior KZ and KF Tony Karts. Comes complete with factory Tony Kart Graphics!
Axle Size: OTK 30mm racing axle comes standard. 40mm optional.
Brakes: OTK Factory BSM hydraulic brake system with upgraded aluminum caliper and upgraded steel rotor to reduce weight and dissipate heat more efficiently.
Wheels: 2016 Tony Rookies come with OTK AXP-Q Aluminum Wheels.
Special Features: 2016 continues with the fully adjustable foot box pedal system offered only by OTK. OTK has two adjustable foot pedal boxes that can be mounted to any of the OTK chassis for much larger range of foot pedal position. By far, one of the best systems available from any manufacturer, the fully adjustable footbox comes in handy. Our junior drivers all grow at different rates, thus making constant adjustments to the kart control surfaces vital! These systems are available separately so please inquire when you order.
Price: Regular price is $2,868.58. (Un-Assembled rolling chassis-Engine package not included). Sale price is $2,295.53!
Chassis Type: 2016 Tony Kart Racer 401 (30mm)-only 2hrs on chassis!
ENGINE: Kart will be sold with a stock moto legal SRS built engine with 2hrs on top and bottom!
Data System. Comes with MyChron 4 Data Ssytem.
Chassis Applications: The Tony Racer has proven to be one of the most successful TaG karts in recent history! Just look at National Level Race Results, like the 2015 Supernationals. Louie Pagano won in the super competitive TaG Senior Class on his Tony Kart! If you are a looking for these best TaG Chassis, stop, you just found it!
Seat: All are used karts come with used seats to fit at no charge. The sizes we available in this category are from 50lbs through 180lbs. For larger people, we do have Tillet Racing seats fitting drivers up t o 260lbs at additional cost.
Bodywork: OTK Factory M-6 Bodywork and Kartspeed Motorsports Racing Graphics
Axle Size: OTK 50mm racing axle comes standard.
Brakes: OTK Factory Shifter brake system
Wheels: All our 2016 Tonys come with OTK Magnesium Wheels.
Special Features: Super low time kart. Buy this new for over $14K or save thousands on this one!
Where you there? Did you miss the race? Want to remember what we all just saw? Take a quick read below..inspiration for all of us
But what made this race even greater for Gary was that in the 3rd and final heat, Gary was involved in a big accident in turn one, resulting in his hand being crushed by another kart. Gary stumbled off the track in the pit-out lane, holding his dangling left arm, obviously in severe pain. After several minutes, he slouched over with his head down. Where is the medical team???!!! Another KZ2 driver, also involved in the wreck, Paolo De Conto, came to his aid and got the attention of the SKUSA trackside crew. Gary was ushered off in the ambulance for a check over by the medical team. He came back with a bandage around his forearm and wrist and a warning that he may have some fractured bones in the injured left hand. Game over right? Gary is done for this year’s main events (remember he is driving in two classes, not just one).
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Thank you for visiting the Kartspeed Motorsports Website! You have arrived at your destination for all your Sprint Racing Kart needs. Friendly service, great prices, expert advice and a reliable way to get the right Racing Kart or part you need at the right price, when you need it.
What’s new for Kartspeed Motorsports in 2015?
As our business grows and evolves we continually try and find ways to better help our customers. So each new year provides a chance for us to reflect on things we did right and things we did wrong. Usually there are check marks in both columns! What we found is the biggest area customers need our help is with information. Sprint Karting Racing is one of many niche’ sports that struggle to find a place in the vast network of fun hobbies as well as professional level sports here in the United States. But what that means is there are not a great many dedicated sprint racing kart shops in America. Many are run as part-time or side businesses. While there is nothing wrong with having a kart business on the side, it may limit the ability of customers to get the answers they need, when they need them.
But what about the Internet? There must be information there! Everything else is on-line.
Many topics have so much information on-line, one would take a lifetime or more just to sift through all the available articles to read. Think of anything medically related, for example. We could never read all the available information on-line. But with sprint kart racing, that is not the case. Is there kart information out there in cyber-space, yes. Is it helpful to new customers entering the sport? Not always.
Karting can’t be that different than motocross bikes, sport bikes or ATV’s, right?
Unlike Motorcycles, ATV’s, Personal watercraft and similar vehicles, there are many, many choices that need to be made when purchasing a kart. For example, did you know there are over 100 individual kart chassis’s available world-wide? Did you know there are several dozen engine packages available for each person to choose from? Did you know most racing kart manufactures do not provide a user manual for their chassis? Did you know that a racing kart that is popular in Texas may be almost unknown one state away?
Unlike motorcycles, where by comparison, there are a limited number of choices and at each dealer, you don’t typically build your bike! The salesman looks at your age, size and experience and recommends a couple motorcycles that fit your needs. From there its pretty straight forward. Do I want the Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda, Ducati or Kawasaki? (I use motorcycles as an example because many customers transition from motocross or sport bikes to karting. Keep the speed, but reduce the injuries being the goal.) By comparison to the hundreds of chassis in karting, motorcycle purchases are quite a bit more straightforward. And don’t forget once you have the chassis brand chosen, then you have to know what stiffness chassis is right for you. But wait, you aren’t done yet…now which engine do you need? Hmm? This is a bit more complicated than buying a kart off Craig’s List or EBay. We know, because many of those Craig’s List/EBay karts end up in our shop with some very unsatisfied owners. That great ‘deal’ on price, soon becomes not so great when they end up with the wrong kart.
So what we provide here at Kartspeed Motorsports, along with new and used racing karts and parts, is somewhere to go for help. Answers to questions and suggestions to what may be the right kart to purchase. What karts are “good?” Which are “bad?” What is the right chassis size for me? Why are there different chassis sizes? Are all the chassis the same; just painted different colors? What is the difference in a low horsepower 4 cycle compared to a 2 cycle TaG? What does TaG mean by the way!? Can I drive a high horsepower shifter kart, or is those only for more skilled drivers? What about the seat size? …If I don’t fit the kart, then what? Every week we receive calls with these questions and more. Thus information is what we offer and what keeps our business growing.
Want more details?. Just call or email us at the shop!
Thank you for visiting our website, we look forward to the opportunity to help you with your Karting needs!