5 karts or more creates a new class but these are the 2014 championship classes also the beauty of the slides is you don't have to change jets so we can adjust with a new slide if we have to. These classes will be modified in 2014 and tightened up as best we can. 206 is a great motor and is growing until its bigger this is my solution. We will do our best that's all we can do since there are so many engine packages it spreads competition thin and weakens karting all together.
I talked to Briggs directly and they suggested running the slide first if we need to put a plate in with a Jr2 blue slide who knows but we will incorporate the 206 as it is a great engine package. We will get them as close as we can. I am not anticipating to many 206 motors the first year as they are not flooding the tracks but in the near future through testing you can run a $600 engine versus a $1500 one and be equal in overall times. Not many have run these motors with the packages I have put together and if they have they haven't spoken up. It can be done though its not impossible. I can gain access to a track if anyone whats to test a regular stock animal and a 206 provide the kart and motors and we can put this to rest. Granted it may need to warm up first.
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