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    Justin
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    For someone who is 6’2″ which 250 Superkart has the longest wheelbase.

    Your input is greatly appreciated.

    Justin

    #25133

    John Benson
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    Hi Justin,

    I think the wheel base on all the superkarts are close to the same,it’s more about seat and pedal placement . It shouldn’t be to difficult to extend the porch if needed. There our a couple guys out west here that are over 6′ and don’t think they have done anything special.

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    Tony
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    Justin – Russell Anderson used to make two different model chassis – one was a Maverick and the other one was a Mirage. The Mirage was made specifically for the 250 twin cylinder class and that had a long wheel base – I am pretty sure that had a 46″ wheel base. That kart is no longer manufactured; the Zip Eagle II had the same wheel base too.

    You can still buy a Maverick from Anderson, they have a couple to choose from, they are referred to as a Division 1 or Division 2 Maverick. Depends on your motor package you want to use. Here is a link to his site: http://www.andersonkarts.com/ — neither of the current Mavericks have a 46″ wheel base, they now have a 44″ wheel base. I am 6′ tall and fit in my Maverick no problem!

     

    #25357

    Reggie Brown
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    I am 6″4 and fit into a P1 without too much of an issue. The design is similar to an Anderson.

    The kart is for sale, you would slide right in :)

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