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    • #45391
      Mike Perrotti

      Anyone have any idea where i can find a old formula  A kart, always wanted one of these to play around with.

      Any ideas….



    • #45395
      TJ Koyen

      I have also been hunting a little bit. It seems to be mostly just checking ebay or the classifieds or talking to folks at the local track and gathering parts and pieces wherever you can.

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    • #45398
      Walt Gifford

      What is a formula A kart? I know a guy with a 1990 Dap kart that might sell.

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      Nicholson Speedway class champion 2001,
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      41 years karting experience

    • #45421
      Mike Perrotti

      Over in england they seem to have a pretty cool class.  http://www.f100.co.uk

      I think maybe our best bet might be getting something from over seas…..or at least the motor.

      I always wanted one, they look like so much fun to drive.

    • #45424
      Stu Hayner


      I have a couple 100cc rotary valve FA air cooled engines. I also have a water cooled 100cc reed valve. They are all DD.

      The speed and sound will blow your socks off and the most fun you can have in a kart. The sound alone will stop people at the track to see what you are driving.

      Two years ago, the F100 Series in So Cal planned to offer this class as their top class. It’s still in the plans, but may be a year or two.

      In the meantime, I’d be glad to sell you one or two of these engines if your interested. I have some rolling chassis for $500-$1500 I could ship you, but you should be able to find some nice ones in your area.

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    • #45431
      James McMahon

      You’ll have more luck finding an “ICA” rather than Formula A in the US. ICA was more popular, based on the same 100cc, direct drive concept with a few provisions depending on the exact years you are looking at. Basically ICA is within 95-98% peformance of an FA motor and still gives the same great driving experience that FA offers with broad powerband, high revs and a light kart.

      You might catch an unmolested example on bobs4cycle once in a while.

      Otherwise if you are looking importing, on facebook lookup the F100 Buy and Sell group for aircooled and the “proper karting 100cc” group for water.

      Prices are starting to creep up though…

    • #45478
      Mike Perrotti

      Thanks James, I’ll check that page out and see what I can find.

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