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    Tim Stevens
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    == SOLD ==

    Selling a 2009 FR125 Senior Rotax motor with low miles (approximately six running hours). Never rebuilt, barely broken in! Motor is sealed and comes with a full log with all the Rotax manuals, documentation, and certificates. Motor was professionally built and installed by Tim Hannen at OVRP in ’09. Original bill of sale included.

    It’s mounted in an older Fullerton chassis and just about everything that you need to run. Selling the whole package as I simply don’t have time for karting any longer. The only thing this kart needs to run is a caliper rebuild. As it is the caliper needs to be bled pretty regularly to maintain good pedal feel. (Note that a brake bleeder is included.) Asking $2,500 $2,250 OBO. SOLD

    Cart is located near Albany, NY. You can email me at tim@digitaldisplacement.com

    Here’s what else is included:

    Kart:

    • Fullerton Chassis
    • 2009 FR125 Senior Rotax motor, sealed, with log book
    • ProSpeed Exhaust mount
    • F-1 Boston-legal exhaust baffle
    • Alfano Pro with magnetic sensor
    • Aluminum wheels
    • Stand

    Tools:

    • Chain breaker
    • Complete set of carb jets and holder
    • Brake bleeder
    • Tire pressure gauge
    • Easy mix fuel bottle
    • Battery charger

    Spares:

    • Second set of bodywork
    • Spare magnesium front wheels
    • Rain wheels and tires
    • Extra D.I.D chain in the box
    • Frame wrap
    • Body clips
    • Extra motor mount
    • Second steering Wheel
    • Spare battery
    • Exhaust packing
    • Extra sprocket
    • Multiple Denso spark plugs of different temperatures
    • Wheel spacers
    • Musc. nuts and bolts
    • Motul oil

    Lots of pictures here:

    Here’s a video of it starting up:

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