Yamaha Kart engines have introduced a generation of Australian drivers to the joy of kart racing, and propelled some of Australia’s greatest champions through the formative stages of their careers and onto greater success.
Yamaha powerplants have a reputation for reliability and affordability that other manufacturers dream of emulating, due to their tough construction, ease of tuning and maintenance, and economical tear-down intervals
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Rotax is by far the most popular karting engine in the world. They recently passed the 50,000 mark for the Rotax Max series of engines and have produced in excess of 6,000,000 engines across the entire engine range.
The BRP-Rotax company is more than 80 year old and is a leader in the development and production of innovative 2 and 4 stroke high performance engines.
Currently there is three Rotax Max engines available for racing in Australia. The FR125Max engine for senior classes (Rotax Light and Heavy), the FR125JuniorMax (for Junior Rotax) and the DD2 engine (currently runs in Open class). Operators manuals and datasheets are available for each engine in the Technical/Updates section.
The Comer SW80 engine puts out 5-6hp, which is ideal for children just starting in kart racing, who need to learn driving and racing skills. This compact little 2 stroke engine is designed specificly for children aged 7 to 11yrs, who wish to race in the Migdget racing class across Australia.
Made in Italy, Comer Engines have been an integral part of
karting for years. These engines feature the convenience and safety of a centrifical clutch and pull start mechanism.
Always keep a log of your engines running times as this is very important information not only for yourself but also for your engine builder.
Fuel Mix for Cold weather should be 250cc oil to 5 litres of Premium Unleaded. Whilst in Hot weather 280cc of oil to 5 litres of Premium Unleaded fuel.