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  • PRD Fireball 125 Modified - A Guide to Lessons Learned

    In response to tremendous interest in the PRD Fireball 125 Modified class, several of the teams who worked on the engine during the inaugural 2018 season have assembled their collective knowledge into a guide for new/prospective participants. In this book you will find great information about the motor as well as a ton of advice, tips and lessons learned that we were answering to inquiries around the pits.

    This guide to "APBA 125 Modified Racing with the PRD Fireball" is linked here and will be available shortly from the APBA website.

    Please feel free to reach out to any of the contributors listed on the front of the guide with questions about this exciting new class! Powerheads and motors are available from US-based suppliers!

    If you would like to see this class in action, check out some Youtube videos:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6gfh0AtLIU

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlHMGkFCG5A

    "PRD Fireball 125 Modified Lessons Learned"

  • ddalton
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    Thanks

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  • bmitch1
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    PM sent w info

  • ddalton
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    Need Jerry Davids contact info please.Email would be great
    Last edited by ddalton; 01-11-2019, 06:46 PM.

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  • baries
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    If you like the looks of these call me please. Aero-Marine Design (see ad at bottom of forum)
    Bud Gann

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  • bmitch1
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    Awesome...if you have questions feel free to reach out. We ran ours on an ASH but we were running out of boat as we got faster so we are changing to a slightly larger model for 2019.

  • ddalton
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    Looks like there will be one from Ontario this year..Just need a Hydro now.Likely build one if l can't find one l like.

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  • bmitch1
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    The same guy runs prdfireball.com

  • ddalton
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    Maybe hugglerracing.com Thanks was worried ,but figured someone would know.
    Last edited by ddalton; 01-02-2019, 02:44 PM.

  • bmitch1
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    I never used Comet Kart for PRD parts... but there are several options...

    1) Jerry Davids is a licensed PRD dealer and can get you anything you need... He has all the common goodies in stock, or can order anything else for you
    2) Check https://prdfireball.com
    3) Acceleration Karting has some items

  • ddalton
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    Looks like Komet Kart Sales is getting out of PRD Fireball engine parts.Website says all parts are Closeout????
    When in need of parts what now..So far no luck finding a supplier..Obsolete Alreary???

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  • Smiley
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    Brian,

    Excellent work on the guide. Very clear,easy to understand and it will be a great help.

    Bob Smiley 68R

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  • GrandpaRacer
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    Thank you! The Locktite use is a must!

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  • Graham
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    Great job Brian. Thanks for your interest.

    Sincerely,
    Don Graham

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  • guedo499
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    Very Much Appreciated!

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