Haase launches the Karif

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Karif is the new frame approved by Haase for the single-speed and multi-speed classes for the two-year period 2022-2023. A body designed to guarantee maximum performance and durability combined with a line of top-of-the-range magnesium accessories.

It is always a pleasure to talk about karts with Jorn Haase, one of the few to have won a World Championship both as a constructor and as a driver. For the 2022/2023 homologation he has launched the Karif chassis, characterized by a 30mm chromomolybdenum steel body, 2mm thick. Thanks to a careful choice of tube, obviously different between single and multi-speed, Haase ensures a long lasting Karif and a constant efficiency over time. Compared to the previous models, the Karif single gear has been developed to have a more responsive front end with a high level of grip while leaving the rear end freer so as not to brake the engine when exiting a curve.

The KZ, due to the characteristics of this engine, has instead been developed to ensure greater grip of the rear axle for optimal traction even in low gears. Between the two chassis the design is the same, the tube used changes. As a 25-year tradition, the Haase frames are entirely made in the Brescia-based factory, as it is the only way to have a quality control on the type of tube used. Each Haase frame is registered by the manufacturer on the basis of the serial number to trace the type of tube used and the construction procedures. The accessories, a source of pride for the Brescia company, are all in magnesium.


Created by: cggiuliano - 28/03/22

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