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    • #74316
      scott mandel
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      $2,850 for the package

      2009 Maranello RS8 Chassis in great condition.
      The 125cc Rotax Max engine uses the newer style clutch. It has a few hours on an upper rebuild and about 30 hours on the lower end (no passport); I bought it off this forum from a forum member (i bought 3 engines from him and they all run great). It runs as it should as the youtube video shows (recorded last night):

      The chassis is a cool design, lots of adjust-ability, is very grippy and makes an insane wet / rain kart. It is made of 30mm tubing. Maranello was manufactured in / near the CRG factory in Italy. It uses the great CRG VEN05 self-adjusting brake system. Because I have it set up for the Rotax class, the front master cylinder is removed. But it is included in the sale, as is the shifter handle/linkage and big radiator and airbox. This chassis can be used as a shifter or TAG/Rotax. It is currently sitting on good MG tires.

      Here are 2 good articles about the chassis when it was introduced:

      http://www.karting1.co.uk/maranello-rs8-track-test.htm

      http://www.vroomkart.com/news/1244/maranello-rs-8

      The axle is rated “hard”. The rear axle is supported by 3 bearings. As the pics show, the 3rd bearing and brake are center-located on the chassis. The kart comes with a Micron 3 display (lap times, water temp, and tachometer). Also included is a medium Tillet padded seat.

      Weather permitting, you can test drive the kart at OVRP

      pics in my craigslist ad:
      http://hudsonvalley.craigslist.org/snw/5880041553.html

    • #74916
      scott mandel
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      great kart.
      I’d take $2500

    • #75684
      scott mandel
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      can’t beat that price. Very strong engine.

    • #75913
      scott mandel
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      sold sold sold

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