laser av2

bluebullet

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I have a AV2 laser not sure what year it is but it has all the ajustments , i think it should be a competeve kart ! , i do not think that any new advances in dirt oval karts have been made ? but i do not get to the races as much anymore , looks to be a very good kart to me i am not sure what year it is i see no reason to go buy a new kart . any coments? thanks
 

kmoody6

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I have a AV2 laser not sure what year it is but it has all the ajustments , i think it should be a competeve kart ! , i do not think that any new advances in dirt oval karts have been made ? but i do not get to the races as much anymore , looks to be a very good kart to me i am not sure what year it is i see no reason to go buy a new kart . any coments? thanks
Look on the left rear bearing hanger. Top digit is the year (9=99, 0=00, ect) next 3 is the chassis number.
 

aodle314

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Sorry for posting on someone else's thread Could someone send me a picture of a Laser AV2 chassis. I was told thats what i have, i can't find any numbers on it
 

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RacerXXX

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They look similar but not the same. Note the location of the master cylinder & bottom of steering shaft. I'd say no.
 

RacerXXX

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We are still running it. We have a small fleet we race (9 karts) & most recently my nephew was running it as a wedge kart. It is a really well balanced kart.
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RacerXXX

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I replaced heims with 1/2" heim joints so I can run 1/2" king pins & newer style stepped RF spindle & heavy duty steering arms. Slack would have almost any part you would need.
 
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