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  • #30587

    Greg Cavouras
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    #29831

    Greg Cavouras
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    Still keen to buy parts if you decide to separate.

    #25013

    Greg Cavouras
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    The fact is that there are relatively few “older” karts that have been set up and maintained properly.

    Many people mistake “worn components” for “worn chassis” and rather than squaring/aligning their old chassis and replacing the typical wear items (eg: kingpin bearings) they buy something new.

    A well prepared/maintained chassis that’s even several seasons old can easily win club races with a good driver.

    #24607

    Greg Cavouras
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    I believe he is new to the class, nice fellow named Stuart from SoCal.  Hope there are big fields this season!

    #23577

    Greg Cavouras
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    Awesome!   Makes me wish I was racing with you guys this year.

    #20255

    Greg Cavouras
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    The kart looks like a reasonably nice unit.  That said, and not wanting to start a big debate about it, I’m going to suggest that unless you have your heart set on a 250F you’d be happier picking up a 125.

    #18540

    Greg Cavouras
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    You’ve always got stuff I want!  But we need to clear some space in the garage for something a little bigger, otherwise I’d probably just hang on to it.

    #8233

    Greg Cavouras
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    Could you please send me a pm with current contact info?  I have been trying to get ahold of him for a little while – agreed, best pads and service around.

    #7523

    Greg Cavouras
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    Thanks for the input guys.  FYI Tony Murphy has OEM pistons and the ones on ebay are 67.5s (which I do have).

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