When McCullough sold the company, about the same time that the KT100 came out, the new company stop making the karting engines.
Is it any wonder, IKF had a limit in price on the 100 CC Mac engine. $100. When Horseman talked the new company into making a kart engine, the new retail price was over $500. And the new engine had a compression release. The KT, new, out-of-the-box, was about $350. Is it any wonder the McCullough went the way of the wild goose? (An old song, "I don't know where the wild goose goes." I'm showing my age) and the KT class specified gas only. And low and behold, the water test, for detecting alcohol, was discovered. If we had had that test, and made the McCullough a gas only class, karting might have been a much more popular thing to do. I can't tell you how many Macs I stuck trying to run hundred percent alky. It was not something the newcomer learned easily.