06 phenom at carnesville, georgia

James@PRC

Premium User
Assuming this is for Clone Heavy...

Nose: 46.0%
Left: 57.5%
Cross: 63.0%

Camber:
LF: +0.5
RF: -3.25

Caster:
LF: 8
RF: 12

Stagger:
Front: 1.375"
Rear: 1.0"

Toe: LF out 1/16"

Rear track width: 39.25"
 
Phantom has a link to their web site at the top of this page, have you looked there? They have percentages for all their karts.
Now I suppose those are just generic set-ups, but I would think they would be a good place to start. Of course if someone has real experience with that track, their advice would be what I would follow.
 

James@PRC

Premium User
Isnt that a lot of cross for a heavy class?
Yes, it's a lot, but it will be a rocket if you can get the tires under it. The set-up I originally posted was more on the conservative side, but if you can make it roll with more cross, you will make more speed.
 

rebsfan4

New member
Yes, it's a lot, but it will be a rocket if you can get the tires under it. The set-up I originally posted was more on the conservative side, but if you can make it roll with more cross, you will make more speed.
Will always hold true......ALWAYS!!!!
 

PRC27

Member
best way to mount a select seat in these go karts seat height and where to put it on the upright im shooting for 65-66 cross
 

Ltg

New member
I'd put the RR 4.25" or so off the motor rail, front sliders 3/4" from being all the way forward, seat back at 9", front of seat 1/2 to 3/4" left of center to the steering upright.

Todd
www.dynamicsofspeed.com
 
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