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08-30-2006, 11:38 PM
HI IM NEW....I AM FROM GUTEMALA, CENTRAL AMERICA
Could you please provide R30C-Y seat position information medium size seat. IM running in Yamaha KT100 class with a weight requirement of 330lbs and I WEIGHT 165 lbs.
08-31-2006, 09:22 AM
from the front rail where the drivers heal would rest to the front edge of the seat on the left side 60cm. same measurement on the right side should be 61cm, from the top of the axle to the top of the back of the seat 23cm, and the bottom of the seat should be 5mm below the frame rail. This is a good starting point
Does anyone have any insights into the difference between the
CR32XSC and CM32XSC chassis for use in shifter masters (410lb.)
09-29-2006, 10:12 AM
A lot depends on the track surface and driver preference.
09-30-2006, 01:57 PM
on 21. Sep 2006 18:06 jack wrote:
> Does anyone have any insights into the difference between the
> CR32XSC and CM32XSC chassis for use in shifter masters (410lb.)
> ICC powered.
The M series has a narrow chassis mid-section and typically has more front grip. The R seems to have more "throttle on" or forward bite out of the corner. To echo what Garry mentions, if your track is slippery and flat and doesn't get a lot of rubber down on it - and you always need more bit out of the corner, the R might be a good choice. Both chassis have adjustable wheelbase and both have the great brakes.
It really comes down to driver preference as they are both equally fast - just accomplish it in different ways.
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