Australian Independent Dirt Kart Association

2015 AIDKA 125cc Rules

2015 AIDKA 125cc Rules

Jan 13, 2015

The 2015 AIDKA 125cc Rules are now available on the AIDKA website.  They can be either found on the rules tab at the top of the web site or via the links below.  they include updates to the existing engines as well as rules for the new generation engines.

In brief the following changes apply to the below engines:

 

 

 

11.4 Parilla Leopard RL
This year the Leopard RL engine will be allowed to use the PRD Bubble Pipe as well as the TILLOTSON HL-360A carby, with either the PRD airfilter adapter or the original IAME adapter (with the bore size increased to a maximum of 34.50mm).  These components are optional but from testing it has found them to increase the power of the engine to that similar to the new generation engines.  They are both currently available from most kart shops.

11.4 Parilla LEOPARD RL 125cc Specifications V2

PRD Bubble Pipe

PRD Bubble Pipe


11.5 Rotax FR125 Max Engine
The Rotax engine rules are divided into two sections, the first for the older generation engines and the second for the new generation Rotax engines.  All engines with 223 993 cylinders must comply with the new engine specifications.

11.5 BOMBARDIER ROTAX FR125 MAX Specifications V1

11.6 PRD Fireball Engine
Similar to the Leopard RL, the Fireball engine will be allowed to use the PRD Bubble pipe this year.  As they already use the  TILLOTSON HL-360A carby, they will be still restricted to either this carby or the Enzo Carburettor.

11.6 PRD Fireball 125CC Specifications V1

11.7 IAME Leopard X30 Engine
This is a new engine allowable under the 2015 rule book.  The rules are very tight, with little modifications allowable under the rules

11.7 IAME Parilla X30 125cc Specifications V1

The IAME X30 Engine

The IAME X30 Engine

11.8 PRD Galaxy Engine.

Another of the new engines for this year, it too have very tight rules with very few modifications allowed.

11.7 PRD Galaxy 125 Specifications V1

The PRD Galaxy Engine

The PRD Galaxy Engine