Home Forums General Karting Discussion Where to purchase IAME EasyKart Motors

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    • #62300
      Rod Balding
      Participant

      Hi All ,

      I am looking for used 100cc and 125cc air cooled reed valve EasyKart engines that are complete and in like new condition . I have looked at a few places in Southern Florida , but I haven’t received any return calls , does anyone have any or know where to call .

       

      Thanks

    • #62302
      David Cole
      Keymaster

      Try here: http://www.rysaracing.com/easykart.htm

      David Cole - EKN Managing Editor

    • #62306
      Rod Balding
      Participant

      Thanks David , they are the first I called , but no response , I’ll keep trying and leaving messages , again thanks .

    • #62311
      andy graham
      Participant

      Rod –

      http://www.monticellokarting.com/home.html

      They should have whatever you need.  Try on fridays or weekends. Hope this helps.

      Andy

    • #62351
      Rod Balding
      Participant

      Thanks Andy and David for setting me up with some great people and I think they are going be able to help me out with my project .

       

      Thanks

      Rod B.

    • #62388
      Walt Gifford
      Participant

      Twin air cooled reeds? yahoo!

      FAA certified jet engine and aircraft technician,
      Nicholson Speedway class champion 2001,
      Yamaha KT100 Service Center,
      41 years karting experience

    • #62395
      Rod Balding
      Participant

      Hey Walt , that’s the plan , I sold all my TT-25’s years ago but kept my ’88 Emmick  Express dual kart that I bought new and if it all comes together as planned , it will be fun time again , and there’s nothing like stereo Parilla’s .

    • #62627
      Rod Balding
      Participant

      Back looking , they won’t turn loose of any as they can still use them for their tracks , so if anyone has information on finding a couple of these motors , please let me know

       

      Thanks

      Rod

    • #62636
      LarrySyms
      Participant

      Easykart was a great idea. Unfortunately the Birel importer at the time did everything they could sink the program. That same importer is nowhere to be found anymore , although they still run a track or two.

      Anyway, I think your best bet is to try a store in a country where they still actually run the easykart series. I found this on the web.

      http://www.easykart.co.uk/

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