What is the best way to remove weight from the chassis itself? I have no fairing and all lightweight hubs and wheels nuts. What else is there? 2010 Seraph.
diets? exercise? come on guys! the guy asked about cutting weight from a kart and all you can do is tell him to stop eating? get real. some can't help with the weight no matter what they do. and yet some on here think that because someone asks about cutting weight, the first thing you do is tell them to go on a diet? ya'll should be ashamed. i'm at 260, work keeps me running all day long. i eat a right and yet, because of the meds that I have to take, it's hard to lose any weight. so before you get on your high and mighty pedestal and tell people about diets and exercising and losing weight (like you are all helath nuts when you talk about using creosote and other highly dangerous chemicals), think about answering the question....
i can't believe that you would actually try and be a dietician and come up with your calorie counting and weight loss plans for anyone......
this is one thread that needs to be deleted.....
Hey Mikey, that's not trying to be a dietician at all.
That's real world stuff.
Calories in versus calories out.
It seemed like he had exhausted options on dropping weight off the kart so I offered an alternative option.
And even for yourself, thyroid problems or what have you.
If you count your calories and add or subtract every day, you WILL lose or gain weight.
Not sitting high up on a horse at all, far from it. But I do lead as healthy a lifestyle as I can and if I can lend some knowledge of something I've learned along the way, I'm always more than happy to share it.
My input here will be finished from here on out.
I'm not here to argue, we're all here because we enjoy this hobby.
I wish both the OP and everyone else the best