Technical Regs – 2012 – Junior
Group: Junior TAG KTE-2012-130
Class: EasyKart 100cc Junior
Affiliation: Commercial Andy Cox Racing Ltd (ACR) Lissone House, Harris Business Park, Bromsgrove, Worcs, B60 4DJ. Tel: 01527 889595
EASY KART is a one make chassis and engine category for an economic level entry to karting
The Class currently runs successfully worldwide in the USA, ITALY, S AMERICA, POLAND, RUSSIA, VENEZULA and COLOMBIA.
In the U.K the class will be managed by EasyKart U.K Importer ACR and the Closed to Club races will be promoted and run by Kart Racing Promotions Kart Club in association with Club 100 Ltd.
1.0 Specific Equipment:
The only Karts eligible for competition will be Easykart model 100cc imported into the U.K by ACR. Karts and engines will be registered with ACR at the point of purchase.
2.0 CHASSIS: Single make EasyKart chassis manufactured by Birel Spa, Italy and must conform to MSA direct drive regulations section K at all times. Each chassis and engine combination number is registered on a database at point of purchase with Easykart Importer ACR. Only EasyKart 30mm hollow Rear axle (part number 8150.06.04m) is permitted AND MAY NOT BE MODIFIED IN ANY WAY. An MSA scrutineer reserves the right to seal the chassis frame at any point during an event. Only one person can own one Easykart at any one time and this kart can only be raced by them. His/her details will be listed upon the Easykart database with their corresponding Easykart chassis/engine serial number combination. If another Easykart is purchased by an existing registered owner e.g. A senior kart ; in order to move up because of the drivers age, then the existing Easykart Junior kart will be suspended on the ACR database and must be put up for sale on the easykart.co.uk web site, once sold and the kart is de registered by the original owner and re registered by the new owner shall the Easykart Junior kart will be re instated on the database.
2.1 ACR and Club 100 are the only authorized companies authorized to own and rent out Easykart Junior karts for test drives “try before you buy” or Official Easykart races.
2.2 If a chassis frame is ever deemed un-repairable and can never be used again then an application for a replacement chassis frame may be made in writing to ACR. The original chassis frame must be surrendered to ACR and a replacement frame will be exchanged at the current RRP price for the new frame. The chassis and engine database will then be amended. If a chassis is deemed illegal by post race scrutineering ACR reserve the right to cancel and remove that EasyKart chassis and engine from the EasyKart database in blatant cases. This will render that Easykart unusable in the EasyKart championship.
3.0 CHASSIS MODIFICATIONS ALLOWED: Unless it says you can do it you cannot!
3.2 Extra Seat stays may not be added. Factory Easykart or Freeline stays part no’s 1460.06.03, 1460.06.04, 1460.06.05, 1460.06.06, 1460.06.07, 1460.06.08 must be used. Length of stays is open to allow seat position changes. Stays can only be mounted to the inside or outside bearing hangers on the chassis. Stays may be loosened or removed completely. For safety reasons a bolt must secure both ends of the stays.
3.3 Bodywork: The use of bodywork is mandatory and must comply with MSA regulations at all times. Only Freeline bodywork parts no 6520.00.01(color) in colors either red (ro), blue (bl), black (ne) or orange (ar) or white (BA) may be used. The Freeline bodywork may only be mounted on Easykart chrome plated support bars part no’s 10.7076.00ea, 10.7078.00ea for side pods and Easykart chrome plated front bumper part no; 10.7036.00, all with the etched identification “Easykart” as supplied and distributed by ACR. The bodywork must be mounted onto the original unaltered mounting points on the corresponding chrome plated support bars.
3.4 Only Freeline standard parts fitted to the EasyKart when supplied or Freeline HQ spare parts may be used in EasyKart including Steering wheels part no: 5300.00.04EY or 5300.00.04MS, steering boss part no’s 5679.10.06 or 5679.10.02, disc carrier part no: 6016.00.02 or 2988.00.02, sprocket carrier part no: 5700.00.07 or 5850.00.02, rear hubs 100mm long only part no: 6200.00.09 or 5800.00.32,brake system part 10.6021.00 or Freeline self adjusting brake system part no 10.211.00, rear brake pads part no: 10.4859.00 and rear self adjusting brake pads part no 10.4859.00, steering column part no 10.0481.00, stub axles part no’s 10.5781.00 and 10.5782.00 and track rods part no’s 20.3442.06 and 20.3443.06. Air filter AL22PS.
3.5 Only Free Line pedals may be used part no: 10.7010.00, 10.4973.00, 10.5974.00-bl, 10.5973.00-bl or 10.7652.00, 10.7651.00 Pedal grips and heel stops may be added or pedal extensions or pedal relocators.
3.6 Floor pan part no 20.4492.10 may only be replaced with Easykart anodized floor pan part no 20.4492.10bl.
3.7Caster and camber must remain fixed. No caster pills will be allowed.
The drive must be direct so that the crankshaft and rear axle is connected with a single piece of chain. The Chain may be replaced with any 219 chain.
3.9 Throttle cable may be replaced.
3.10 ACR and Kart Racing Promotions kart club will announce a specific rear sprocket for each event. Competitors may only use this specific sprocket. Only a plastic or nylon sprocket protectors may be used.
3.11 Front sprocket may only be replaced with original replacements as follows: 100cc engines use an 11-tooth sprocket part no: d-75555-c
3.12 Front torsion bar may be removed.
3.13 Ride height, front and rear track, and other kart adjustments are allowed as long as no parts are added or replaced (unless otherwise allowed in this section). For the front track, original spacers may not be replaced, added, or removed. These spacers can be moved from the inside to the outside of the wheel and vise versa for adjustment. Each kart must have the original red plastic two full width spacers and two half-width spacers.
3.14 Bolts, nuts, and washers may be replaced in non-performance items only. Enforcement and interpretation of this rule is subject to the absolute discretion of the MSA scrutineer. No lightweight titanium or aluminum bolts.
3.15 The original mounting holes of the chassis or any component of the kart must be preserved in size and cannot be altered in any way.
Easykarts fitted with the power pack part number 10.8986.00 must have the power pack mounted under the front panel as originally supplied. The original battery permitted to be used with power pack 10.8986.00 is the Easykart battery part number 20.8855.28 available from ACR.
In addition to the original battery used on power pack 10.8986.00 the only other battery permitted is the Lipo battery 14.8V 2200MAH battery which is available from ACR and has the original Freeline connector fitted. No other battery types/makes are allowed.
At any point during a Easykart meeting the MSA scrutineer reserves the right to ask any competitor to surrender his/hers power pack in exchange for another power pack belonging to the EasyKart UK Championship for either Time qualifying, a heat or a final. The power pack includes RPM box, aluminum support panel and front bodywork panel.
Whilst this exchange power pack is fitted the MSA scrutineer will retain the competitor’s original power pack until such times during the meeting when the MSA scrutineer requests the return of the exchange power pack.
3.17 The bolts that hold the bearing cassette of the middle rear axle bearing may be replaced with tie wraps. Bearing grub screws may be removed on the center bearing
3.18 Fuel tank:
Must be the original tank as supplied with the EasyKart either the fixed version or removable version. However the removable version may only be used with the corresponding frame supports.
4.0 Data Acquisition and communications
5.0 Tyres and Wheels
Slick tyres: “Easykart” sizes front 10×4.5-5, rear 11×7.10-5 must be used. Only the Freeline aluminum slick rims 130mmCH front and 210mm rear DH part number 5550.00.91 -Lu are allowed. Tyre shaving or truing or treating or adding any compounds of any kind to the surface of the tyres are prohibited. Tyres can only be purchased from ACR. Bead retainers and seals may be replaced.
5.1 Rain tyres: “EasyKart” tyres sizes front 10×4.00-5 and rear 11×6.00-5. Only the Freeline aluminum rain rims 120mm CH front and 180mm DH rear part number 5550.00.49-lu rear are allowed. An air box water repellant scoop may be added but only if the track is declared wet. No other modifications or additions are allowed for wet conditions.
The class is open to any drivers aged 12 years to 16 years. A junior may transfer to the Easykart senior class at any time during the year he or she achieves their sixteenth birthday. Having moved into Easykart Senior he or she may not revert back to any junior class.
100cc Easy Kart Junior: 143 kgs
8.0 Easykart Engine 100cc
No modifications allowed: Unless it says you can do it you cannot! The engine is the EasyKart engine made by IAME. Each engine and chassis combination number is registered on a database at point of purchase with Easykart Importer ACR. Therefore the chassis and engine must remain and be used together at all times. The engine may be removed from the chassis for reconditioning or service. All engine parts for engine reconditioning must be purchased through ACR. No stickers or badges must be attached to the engine whatsoever.
8.1 If an engine is ever deemed un-repairable and can never be used again then an application for a replacement engine may be made in writing to ACR. The original engine must be surrendered to ACR and a replacement engine will be exchanged at the current RRP price. The engine and chassis database will then be amended. The crankshaft, crankcase, cylinder and cylinder head are all exchange parts, these shall be surrended to ACR if replacements are required due to irrevocable damage only .If an engine is deemed illegal by post race scrutineering ACR reserve the right to cancel and remove that EasyKart engine and chassis from the EasyKart database in blatant cases. This will render that Easykart unusable in the EasyKart championship both in the UK and Worldwide.
8.2 The engine will be in an unsealed state and shall comply with the Easykart 100cc engine fiche at all times. An MSA scrutineer reserves the right to seal the engine at any point during an event. No modifications are allowed to the engine other than changing parts during a service. All parts of the engine must remain genuine IAME parts. For illustration purposes, no component may be removed, added, altered, or moved. All engine castings must be as per factory specifications. No modification, alterations, or adjustments are allowed to the engine or the timing components.
At any point during a Easykart meeting the MSA scrutineer reserves the right to ask any competitor to surrender his/hers ignition stator or coil in exchange for another ignition stator or coil belonging to EasyKart UK Championship for either Time qualifying, a heat or a final.
Whilst the loan ignition stator or coil is fitted the MSA scrutineer will retain the competitors original ignition stator or coil until such times during the meeting when the MSA scrutineer requests the return of the exchange ignition stator or coil
8.3 The only legal reed petals for competition are the non- carbon fibre 0.30mm with the Iame name printed at the base. The Spark plug must be the Easy Kart spark plug part no: 10.6842.00 or NGK B9EGV. The Spark plug lead and connector must be OEM Easykart The spark plug sealing washer must remain in place at all times. Spark plug temperature sensors are not permitted. The only 2 stroke oil used must be OE EasyKart oil part no 40.6891.00
8.4 Carburetor and intake: Tillotson HL384A fixed jet, must remain as manufactured. No modification allowed. Nothing may be added or removed inside the air box. Carburetor and intake passages must be completely standard, no polishing or matching allowed. Only an original gasket must be used, multiple gaskets prohibited. No component may be removed, added, altered, or moved. The air box must remain in original state; the trumpet gauzes may be removed.
The only Tillotson fulcrum /pressure spring allowed is part 24B-299X and must remain in original length and must not be stretched or altered in any way.
Only the following carburetor high jets will be allowed:
100cc: 83, 85, 86 and 87
No modification to the main jet or the low jet is allowed. It is forbidden for the low jet to be adjusted whilst the kart is in motion. No tools may be fitted to make adjustments while operating the kart.
8.5 Exhaust Pipe, exhaust bend and flex must remain as manufactured as in the Easykart engine fiche. Exhaust flex length may be altered however the original noise proof wadding must remain around the flex at all times. An extra end must be fitted to the end of the exhaust pipe to reduce noise. No other modifications allowed. Safety wire may be used to prevent components from coming loose as long as they do not enhance performance.
At any point during a Easykart meeting the MSA scrutineer reserves the right to ask any competitor to surrender his/hers exhaust bend or exhaust pipe in exchange for another exhaust bend or exhaust pipe belonging to EasyKart UK Championship for either Time qualifying, a heat or a final.
Whilst the loan exhaust bend or exhaust pipe is fitted the MSA scrutineer will retain the competitors original exhaust bend or exhaust pipe until such times during the meeting when the MSA scrutineer requests the return of the exchange exhaust bend or exhaust pipe.
The fuel used must be Petrol: Motor Gasoline of the type on sale to the general public as per MSA regulations page 59 “The terminology” sub section pump fuel. plus the official oil lubricant Easy Kart part no 40.6891.00
(b) No other additives are allowed. The original Freeline inline fuel filter part no 40.6653.00 must be used at all times
10. Race Numbers
Race numbers must be shown on all four sides of the kart as per MSA technical regulation, U17.27.4 background colour should be yellow with only black numbers allowed. Novice’s number plates should be black with white numbers as per MSA regulation U17.25.1 to 17.25.4 The number of a competitor EasyKart is assigned at the point of sale and is to be used at all times for the life of the kart unless the owner achieves a seeded number between 1 -9. If the kart is sold the original registration number must be re instated.
Front bumper (part no 10.7036.00) and rear bumper part no 10.0923.00 must be used and comply with MSA technical regulations. The extra single lower rear bumper bar shall be used at all times as supplied with the Easykart, however if the CIK rear protection system is used then requirement to use the lower bumper bar is waived. The only CIK rear protection system permitted is the Freeline rear pod part code 10.8809.00
12.0 Retail price
EasyKart Chassis and engine documentation must be made available to the eligibility scrutineer or ACR upon request.