Hey Anthony, sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I’m also 5’10" and height-wise the machine was never an issue for me. Currently the Ribtect XXL is best at containing my (then) 250lb bulk. If you are serious, I’ll knock $300 of the price of the machine so you can put that towards a better fitting seat for yourself. I also have some seat fitting foam pieces I can send with you, as well as chain cleaning/lube sprays and some oil.
Is this your first kart, or have you been karting a while?
That is kind of you sir! It sounds like a gorgeous machine! I absolutely love mine, I’m sorry that a monger of dairy beat you to your tag. My wife has suggested I get something in the Top Gear/Grand Tour vein for mine… something like CAPSLOW/CPNSLOW
I mean, why not? If we gonna drive around in cool cars might as well. I ended up with GODADGO which is lame because it takes a sec to figure out. Most people see the GOD part first. Kinda like they see ANUS in ANUSTART. Fortunately, GOD is less interesting than ANUS from a cop attention standpoint.
Very off topic, but there’s a state that allowed people to choose whether or not their license plate said “in god we trust” on it, and the license plates without it were pulled over at a significantly higher rate than the god plates. (Very conservative state)
So, maybe you’ll get pulled over less…?
It is my first. I’m down in south Florida but I am very serious I should be selling my jet ski to make room for kart (had a flanker). I dont want to hold the sale up but as soon as it does go I’m going to hit you up as soon as it happens if it doesn’t sell by then.
The kart is no more. My family came into town and offered to take it off my hands and sell it themselves (they are in the power sports industry.) After loading the kart into my parents’ truck I took my dad to AMP to do the rental karts… I was apprehensive about doing anything kart related. However, my dad had so much fun that I was able to make peace with karting and move on with my life, able to get closure to this very expensive lesson I learned.
I’m glad you were able to move on. Sorry you had such a crap experience. Hopefully your misfortune and willingness to share it will help another person down the line, at least. Cmon back anytime and best of luck with your next adventure.