You are not going to have starter problems you had with a Leopard. Have a fully charged battery and a spare. Rotax engines do not recharge the battery. You will have to learn how to jet the carb and you are good to go.
LAD Specialties customer / tony kart / rotax / kt100
Appreciate the feedback. I have a new Lithium Battery, that I keep on the Kart well charged and a spare Conventionial Battery. With a total loss system in the Rotax, I understand the need to keep battery charged.
Hopefully starter won’t fail. Question is, if the starter were to ever fail, could I start by attaching the starting from the starter nut? If not’ I’ll dontate my Coleman external starter to someone who could use it.