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    Ryan Horses
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    Italian Motors has an amazing special going on.

    Trade-in your old TAG engine for a NEW IAME X30 engine package. Check out the link below to see this sweet deal that Italian Motors has put on.

    http://italianmotorsusa.com/products/x30-trade-in-program

     Want to Trade in your OLD Engine for a NEW ONE?!!
    Right now, for all those currently in the possession of a Rotax or Leopard motor (Jr or Sr), trade it in no matter how old for a Brand New IAME X30 motor!! Interested?! Here are the requirements:

    -Entire engine package must be traded (see form for details)
    -You are required for shipping/transportation charges to store
    -X30 Trade-in Form required with trade in
    – You receive a Brand New complete X30 engine package
    – Battery and Motor Mount for X30 are not included
    – X30 package is sent upon receiving your used package.  Customer is responsible for shipping both ways.
    – You only pay $1999.00 after trade in
    – Battery not included in kit so please keep yours!

    STILL INTERESTED?!!
    Click the link below to download and fill-out your X30 Form:
    Download the X30 Trade In Form
    Send or Deliver all Engine inquiries to the address below:
    Italian Motors USA
    Attn: X30 Trade In
    529 West Front Street
    Sumas, WA 98295
    For further questions or comments please direct to info@italianmotors.com  OR</div>
    Call this number for more information: (604) 253-4248

    For more Information on the IAME X30 see below:
    NOW Approved in WKA, FWT, TAG USA and Region 6 IKF!!  The X30 is the same engine used to power Italian Motors customers and drivers to the Nations Cup where they represented Canada in Spain for two years in a row.  The race consisted of a total of 6 hours and it was a testament to the reliability of this engine.

    The X30 are the only kart engines in the world which have a Selettra electronic ignition with pickup in the stator and generator for battery charging whilst engine is in use. (self-charging system) The Parilla X30 is already fitted with the New CDI Black Rev Limited Unit, in fact, the current Leopard RL engine rev-limiter derives from the new ‘Parilla X30′ – the electrical system on both engines are identical however the ignition cuts are different.  The Leopard maitains the RPM at 16900 where the X30 has a soft limiter at 15800.  The crankshaft journals and main bearings in the new Parilla X30 is 30mm in diameter. There is a 20mm crankpin and big end cage.

    The starter motor brushes are 100% more reliable than the old Leopard RL because the engine has a ‘fully cast’ aluminum crankcase with provision for the starter motor to be directly mounted into the crankcases and the engine is also fitted with a counter balance shaft minimizing all vibrations and harmonics. The cylinder liner is cast iron and has fully machined CNC ports eliminating any variance from engine to engine. IAME’s Port tolerances are within ‘point one’ (0.1mm, 4 thou – your own hair follicle is 4 thou) this guarantee’s consistency between engine to engine.

    The electrical system is ‘fully digital’ and has an incorporated onboard self charging battery system. This eliminates charging batteries in-between heats and because the engine does not rely on the battery to run the engine, there is ‘no loss’ of power in the engine regardless of the condition of the battery. The Counter balance shafts and gears are made of steel so the gears are reliable. Standard reed petals with IAME markings on them are the only allowed reed petals.  The reliability of the Clutch has been improved on the Parilla X30, it has a different mounting system eliminating the possibility of any crankshaft damage. The header pipe has been re-enforced on BOTH ends. The exhaust spring coupling is heavily re-enforced which will eliminate any possible failures.

    ***Disclaimer*** Please check your local rules and governing body for the most up to date

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