Time flies, this is a normal thing that we often hear, but also say ourselves, in this case, there is some foundations. Three years that must pass from the last homologation before presenting new models and these past three years seem to have whizzed past, perhaps they’ve been shortened by controversies too, which have never really died out after the introduction of the KF.
Anyway, at the moment, what interests us is technical set up and solutions used to improve it. The great period that the KZ (engines with mechanical gears) have lived is evident, helped also by the migration of several young karters who look to those satisfactions that, they can’t find in the new KF class. The title refers to one of the innovations that we think stand outmost in KZ production, that is, the stiff cylinder of the new Crs G1.
We ran through all manufacturers and engines of the latest homologation session, with a presentation and a technical box for each engine, dividing it in two parts because of the large number of engines – 22 presented by 14 manufacturers.
In Vroom International January issue we feature
Part 2, which will be published in Vroom International February issue, will feature