At the end of the year I’m selling my Lo206 package and I want to know everyone’s opinion on what it’s worth
2017 tony kart 401 (chassis protector and no flat spots)
Lo206 engine w/Odenthal mount
Many spare carb and engine parts
54-75 gears and 5 different clutch sprockets
Also is anyone is interested feel free to pm me about it
That sounds like three grand to me, but I’m pessimistic about used-kart values.
I agree with Charles. I would even go lower based on age of chassis, but I too am pessimistic. Very tough to sell at the end of the season too.
Payton, what location?
Ovrp bumped their used margay price to 4100 from 3750. Granted that’s high pricing for a used kart (one race weekend old) but it would appear that demand > supply.
Most I see simular to what you have offer it for sale in the $2,800 range but usually get between $2,500 to $2,800. Some even downwards of $2,300 if the seller is motivated to just get off it.
It may not make much difference in the price, but it would be good to confirm which seal the engine has on it as well as how much time since last refresh.
If you have any questions on the new seal system, just reply to this topic below and I’ll bring them to Briggs.
Announced during our live
interview with David Klaus earlier this year, the much anticipated update to the 206 seal program has been introduced.
It will allow racers to view a history of a given motor and also help with taking any non-compliant engines out of circulation to protect unsuspecting buyers.
To clarify: All current motors with the “old” type…
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