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  • #4810

    Paul
    Participant

    Folks,

    The stock moto and minimum weight change proposals were published

    in June’s fastrack.  The KAC needs your opinion on these changes before

    the end of July.   Please take a minute and write a letter with your opinion.

     
    The original proposal is located at (page 16, #8535):
    http://scca.cdn.racersites.com/prod/assets/13-fastrack-june.pdf
    A clarification to the proposal (page 10):
    http://scca.cdn.racersites.com/prod/assets/13-fastrack-aug.pdf
    To submit an electronic letter to the SEB, use this link:
    http://www.sebscca.com/index.php

    -Paul

     

  • #4909

    Scott Boito
    Participant

    Hey Paul,

    Do you have the files for the weights from the recent Nationals?  Don’t know if you can post here, but might have some relevance.
    Scott

  • #4911

    Scott Boito
    Participant

    Nevermind I found the data for 2012 Fall Nationals: But the forum doesn’t like the Excel formatting.  I’ll work on that and post up later.

    Kart # Engine Weight Class min Over min
    1 Honda 390 385 5
    13 ICC 464 410 54
    17 ? 392 385 7
    20 Honda 398 385 13
    21 Honda 391 385 6
    27 ? 394 385 9
    30 Honda 391 385 6
    31 Honda 457 410 47
    35 Honda 423 410 13
    45 Honda 431 410 21
    56 Honda 391 385 6
    66 Honda 391 385 6
    79 Kawa 441 385 56
    87 Honda 389 385 4
    95 Honda 412 410 2
    96 Honda 399 385 14
    101 Honda 401 385 16
    113 ICC 446 410 36
    117 ? 388 385 3
    120 Honda 401 385 16
    121 Honda 409 385 24
    130 Honda 387 385 2
    131 Honda 417 410 7
    150 Honda 391 385 6
    195 Honda 416 410 6
    196 Honda 393 385 8
    Avg 15 over
    Average Stock Igintion: 396
    Average ICC/PI Igintion: 433

  • #4923

    Justin Mitchell
    Participant

    I’m not sure how useful last year’s weights are. Every driver will purposefully run a certain amount overweight so that they don’t risk being under the minimum weight. And then there’s certain drivers that just don’t care about their weight. Or maybe someone’s kart broke, and they had to hop into another kart where they would end up being way over weight. And, of course, how accurate are the scales?

  • #4936

    Marc
    Participant

    I tried to lift my kart this morning and threw my back out!

    I hope the weights are not raised for KM and lowered by at least 30 lbs for KML.  I will be asking for help in lifting my kart at Nationals.  I can’t do it anymore by myself and my wife!

    My wife will be wearing a weight vest to try to keep as much lead off of the kart as possible but it is very uncomfortable for her!

    We have already written letters to the SEB so now I will take an Advil and wait for the results!

    Marc Segal… 54 years old with a bad back!!!

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