SOTW: A TRIO OF KARTS
Some two-stroke fun to help drown-out the Christmas telly
But Shed's motoring-based Christmas fun is nothing dull and indoorsy. Oh no. Not for Shed the whizz of the Scalextric. Or even the patio-based radio control car. What we have for you (provided you have a relatively small family), is the possibility of an entire full-sized race.
Two of these, the vendor reckons, are 100cc-engined adult karts, which means that they should be capable, depending on gearing, of 0-60mph in around six seconds, and a top speed of roughly 80mph. The third is a children's cadet kart - most likely fitted with a 60cc Comer engine and still potentially capable of around 60mph.
They're not quite 'get in and go', mind. One of the adults' karts needs its brakes bled and a couple of bolts for the steering, while the other needs a new rear axle fitted (though a new one comes with the sale). The cadet kart, meanwhile, is in need of a new pull chord...
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TWO ADULT KARTS AND A KADET KART £1,000
Here we have my karts up for sale as i simply don't have the time to use them, they need a bit of work but do run fine and are great funFirst kart is a Wright chassis, not sure on age, I think it's a 100cc, comes with an electric starter, needs brakes bled and a couple of bolts in the steering but other wise complete and running and in good condition
Second is a Biesse Shadow chassis with widend axles, I think this is a 100cc as well, this one is a push start, needs new rear axle fitted (comes with two spare axles one being new)this kart is in very good conditionThird is a Kadet Tony Kart chassis with a Comer pull start engine, very tidy looking little kart in need of a new pull chord and comes with spare wheels and tyres and some spare sprokets in various sizes.
They come with spare wheels with wets and vega slicks, some rear sprokets, bead breaker, two paddock stands one of which is new, both are wheeled versions I am looking for £1000 for the lot, I may px for a car, bike or something intersting
Car, Bike, Quad OR WHY