Chris, someone under contract from Honda assembles 125 cc shifter engines and calls them kart engines. When parts are gone engine is gone.
The Italian’s must do it differently, but I was under the impression that EVERY assembly is made up of parts, and when the parts are gone, so are the assemblies…. I guess the Italian’s crap them out as whole engines, interesting…. :)
It’s funny, the more you argue, the less sense you make….. :)
You can argue all you want about what’s a “real” kart motor and what isn’t. Briggs powered karts probably out number all other karts in the universe 2:1 at least, I read somewhere the that the KT100 was a generator motor at first, it is what it is. The bottom line is competition. I would willing to bet that if Honda gets behind the CRF250’s, and they aren’t stupid crazy to maintain, that when the CR125’s go by by, the 4 strokes will fill their shoes quite nicely, and they sound way cool!!!!
PS SOMEBODY AT EKN PLZ FIX THE FRIGGIN QUOTE BUTTON!!!!!