Something always breaks. Isn’t limited to just changing sprockets. I can start an extremely long list of failure points common to both my 206 and this LEVO spec.
From the PR announcement How and Why, the same limitations can be placed on any local option class. these are self imposed, but not without issues.
- C-V can also fail (it’s a mechanical piece)
- A local option class can spec out parts.
- Meh, not an argument. Same can be done in any kart.
- Expecting 20 karts to line up at 1 supplier to change tires for all 20 karts before the race day isn’t feasible. I use 20 here, but even 5 people waiting for tires will cause a problem.
- A My5 isn’t needed for lo2o6 either. 90% of people use it as merely a laptimer so invalid argument.
Bit rattle and shake all the time. Seat posts break. Crashes happen causes things to bend, etc etc.
I love the concept of CVT and improved acceleration for a 206. I’d be on board for trying that; however, my personal thoughts on this as a whole isn’t exactly ecstatic. I want to see karting grow, specifically the 206 series. This feels more likely to dilute that effort.
Oh well, can’t eat your cake and have it too. I’ll be interested in trying the C-V system when it’s ready on a second kart.