Australian Independent Dirt Kart Association

Number Requirements – Effective 1st September

Number Requirements – Effective 1st September

Aug 10, 2016

The AIDKA council over the weekend discussed the issue’s with numbers and have amended the rule to the following, effective 1st September 2016 15.9.1 Rear number plates shall be flexible material with a flat surface that is a minimum of 200mm square, to carry numbers which must be a minimum of 145mm high and a minimum of 20mm thick and be a plain or italic font.  The numbers must be a minimum of 10mm from the edge of the plate or flexible material and a 10mm gap between double or triple digit numbers.  Front numbers to have a minimum of a 20mm background Below are example’s of the new requirements: In addition to this amendment all State plate holders will be required to run the state letter 100mm high preceding the...

AIDKA Approved Fuels

AIDKA Approved Fuels

May 27, 2016

At the recent May AIDKA meeting the Council have voted to allow an additional approved fuel under rule 27.1.2.   The additional allowable fuel is POWERPLUS 98+ and will be allowed for use immediately.   Performance testing has been conducted with no additional power gain found from is use.   The reason for the change is due to the increasing issues drivers are finding with regular PULP fuel so an additional “drum” fuel has been approved for use.   Specific data on the POWERPlus 98+ fuel can be found on their web site.   This is the only approved PowerPlus fuel approved.   Power Plus Distributors are available at http://powerplusfuel.com.au/locate.html   27.9 Approved fuels: Premium Unleaded Petrol (PULP) produced by major refineries, VP C9, Powerplus 98+  ...

AIDKA Rule Updates

AIDKA Rule Updates

Aug 14, 2015

At the recent AIDKA council meeting the clubs voted on the following rule updates and clarifications

2015 SA Title Results

2015 SA Title Results

May 6, 2015

Below are the full results of the 2015 SA State Title.  Congratulations to all those who competed over the weekend 2015 SA Title Results All Classes           Junior Light 1st Nathan Chalmers 2nd Elliot Suursaar 3rd Zack Sloan 2015 SA Title Results Junior Light Junior Heavy 1st Ben Morris 2nd Lachlan cowling 3rd Jacob Baxter 2015 SA Title Results Junior Heavy J Open 1st Jordan Kervers 2nd Joseph Caruso 3rd Ashley Stott 2015 SA Title Results J Open KT Light 1st Joel Heinrich 2nd Zachary Hammerstein 3rd Joseph Caruso 2015 SA Title Results KT Light KT Medium 1st Ben Brown 2nd Wade Ingerson 3rd Lee Martin 2015 SA Title Results KT Medium KT Heavy 1st Luke Brock 2nd David Hartman 3rd Michael Burford 2015 SA Title Results KT Heavy Statesman 1st Tony Conner 2nd Rob Cortolezzis 3rd Larry Furler 2015 State Title Results Statesman Twin KT 1st Daniel Wenske 2nd Lee Martin 3RD Wade Ingerson 2015 SA Title Results Twin KT 125 Light 1st Ben Wastell 2nd Brad Hammond 3rd Ben Brown 2015 SA Title Results 125 Light 125 Heavy 1st Brett Billing 2nd Kobi Koch 3rd Ryan Afford 2015 SA Title Results 125 Heavy 100 Open 1st Daniel Wenske 2nd Joe Chalmers 3rd Ryan Rodda 2015 SA Title Results 100 Open Outlaws 1st Brett Stephens 2nd Brook Alexander 3rd Steve Vaugan 2015 SA Title Results Outlaw 200 Open 1st Mark Burford 2nd Wade Ingerson 3rd Barry Heinrich 2015 SA Title Results 200...

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 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 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...