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Cycle News 1981 10 13

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The )funaha RClOOS Race Kart. The chassis, steering, and wheel stance are fully adjustable. ON THE PAVEMENT. The weight ideally distributed Wth wide-profile slicks all around, fOr tight, responsive high-speed a power-packed lOOcc engine handling. behind you, and a chassis a mere The high-tension tubular steel inch from the pavement, the frame is strong, yet lightweight )funaha Race Kart can produce In fact, every romponent on this theĀ· kind of thrills usually reserved sophisticated little machine is fOr Grand Prix racers. engineered fOr maximum dependThe breath-taking sensation ability and maximum perfOrmance. of being crossed-up and sideways IN THE Din at 60 mph. Although the RCIOOS romes set The RClOOS is a genuine up fOr the pavernent, a special racing machine developed by a "dirt kit" is also available. rompany with a history of racing and winning. Add 24 ....... air cleaner, special dirt tires, and the RClOOS looks like a tiny sprint car. In size only. Drift it through a comer, flat out, and you11 understand why some of the biggest names in racing got their starts in karts. Clleck out the )funaha RClOOS Race Kart and "dirt kit" at Karting specialty shops and selected '\funaha dealers. Until you've flown an inch off the ground, you don't know what speed really is. ~ TIlE WNlIT SHOUlD

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