Now taking reservations for Supernational 2015 CRG Karts!
What kind of karts can you reserve? CRG will be arriving with a couple models of their awesome line up! The shifter classes (Both KZ2 and Honda CR125) will be on the Road Rebel KZ and Black Star KZ chassis. X-30 and Vortex and the CRG Hero for the junior classes. We have only a few of each left, so don’t wait to contact us. As of 11/11/14, the non-shifter adult chassis are sold out, sorry for those who missed out. For more details please see below.
11.03.14 Update-Karts have already been reserved! We are down to 10 karts remaining of the original 18 available. We say this each year, but again, please don't wait for the race weekend to make your decision, as your decision will have been made for you! No karts left!We have attached photos of some of the one event karts and winning CRG factory drivers from previous years events.
CRG's are great karts to begin with, but to have the chance to own one of these factory rides is a step above. These karts will be the very first of the 2015 CRG's arriving in America, so not only can you save a few dollars over the cost of brand new, you also get to be the first one on your block with a 2015 CRG!
Reservations required!-Do not wait for the race weekend to buy...these karts will not be available!
These karts and engines are sold on a first come/first served basis. We have just over a dozen chassis available. Each year we sell all the chassis well before the race event even takes place. If you think one of these karts is for you, please don't wait.
To reserve one of these one event karts, we require a 50% deposit to hold the kart, and the final 50% before the kart ships to you. We are offering both rolling chassis (no engine package) and complete track ready karts. You can have one of the engines from the event (Swedetech built Stock motos) or we can fit any other engine of your choice before the kart is shipped to you. These rolling chassis will be sold in the same state as a new CRG Kart pulled from the new kart box! So a rolling chassis comes with everything except engine package. We will still fit a seat to fit the new owner and good used MG Racing Tires, both at no additional expense!
What if a kart is damaged during the racing?
All the karts will be inspected directly after the race. This means putting the kart on a frame table to ensure the chassis is true and there is no damage. Karts will then be inspected for any other damage. Any karts with frame damage will not be offered for sale. Any bodywork with significant damage will be replaced. Once we have the karts back in our shop, each will be finished per customer order. For some customers that means we are building complete karts with engines, other customers will buy the rolling chassis only, still others will be buying one event engines only. So each kart will be fitted according to its new owner, including a seat to fit each customers dimensions.
The pricing for the karts is listed below.
$4,995.00 for a 2015 CRG Road Rebel and Black Star Shifter rollers: VEN05 Steel brake system, CRG Factory Graphics, NA2 Bodywork in Black, Flat top and bottom carbon look steering wheel, magnesium wheels, MG SK tires from the event, and a seat to fit the new owner (this only applies to karts shipped from our shop. If you choose to pick up the kart at the event, it comes with the seat installed). If you prefer ceramic brakes, we will have a few sets available (again, sold on a first come, first served basis). The Ceramic Shifter Rollers will be sold for $5,595.00.
This offers quite a savings off the brand new price. Just compare the new out of the box CRG shifter rollers with steel brakes listing for $6,595 and with ceramic brakes and the lightweight racing components, $7,295.00. The savings is pretty clear all with only 1.5-2hrs track time on the karts!
$4,295.00 for the 2015 CRG Non Shifter rollers (Road Rebel, Blackstar and LH rolling chassis): VEN05 steel brake system, CRG Factory Graphics, Carbon look steering wheel, magnesium wheels, MG SK tires, and a seat to fit the new owner. Again compare this to teh $5,495.00 cost of a brand new non-shifter roller and the value is clear. (this only applies to karts shipped from our shop. If you choose to pick up the kart at the event, it comes with the seat installed or with a brand new Tillet or CRG Seat of your choice, for extra cost.
One Event 2015 Hero rollers will be sold for $2,595.00
What are the SKUSA Supernationals anyway, and when is the race?
Each year in November, SKUSA sanctioning body holds a race in the streets of Las Vegas. For the last several years, the event has been held at the Rio Hotel. Drivers and race teams from around the world attend this CIK approved event. Each year the event grows in participation and popularity. The classes are set by SKUSA and include two 125cc Shifter Kart classes. The headline KZ2 class, where dedicated shifter kart racing drivers from around the world battle each other using the international125cc gearbox engines, referred to as a KZ. These engines develop over 50hp. This is the Formula One of karting.
*Next are the highly popular Honda CR125 shifter classes. S-1 denotes the professional level drivers, S-2 are the semi-pro's, S-4 are the masters class and S-5 are the junior class (with restricted horsepower). The "stock moto class," as its come to be called, has grown since its inception in late 2004, due to low cost maintenance and high reliability of the 38hp Honda CR125s. Unlike the KZ Engines, there are no internal modifications allowed to the engine, so the durability stays high as the engines are very close to the original motocross engines produced by Honda.
*Next there are the non-shifter 125cc classes with a wide variety of manufacturers. Names like Rotax, Iame Parilla, X-30, Motori and Vortex will be seen all throughout the senior and masters classes.
*Finally there are junior classes running both in a lower horsepower version of the Honda CR125 shifter engine (S5) , as well as non-shifter engines, also with restricted horsepower. Again, names like Parilla Leopard Jr and Rotax Jr, and Comer will be seen throughout the grids.
The most common question we receive is how much time do the chassis end up with? 1.5-2.5 hrs has been the average time per chassis. Obviously some days run long, which can mean track time is reduced in each session...so many karts do run closer to the 1.5hr mark...but the average is always the same, year over year.
*Shipping is not included in the pricing. Due to the volume of karts we ship during regular business, typical coast-to-coast shipping rates are $320.00 per kart. For specific shipping quotes, please contact us. International Shipping available as well.
Can I pick up my kart at the event?
We will allow event pick up as long, as the customer alerts us before the event and the kart is paid in full one week before the race. As the busy Supernationals race weekend comes to a close, all the teams are busy inspecting the racing karts as they come off the track after each main event, packing and loading the karts in to the trailers. These are big teams with lots of drivers, karts, engines and equipment. So time is very, very limited. Thus we request all payments to be made a minimum of one week before the event as we will not be processing any transactions at the track. Please note that if you do arrange for a track-side pickup, the kart will be fitted with the seat that the driver used for the race, There will be no time to re-fit seats at the track and we won't have room to bring all our kart seats to the event for individual sizing. All karts shipped from our shop will receive a seat to fit the new owner before shipping.