Fnr go kart

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Gc78   1 µW

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Fnr go kart

Post by Gc78 » Sep 19 2018 2:24pm

Can anyone help me, im trying to find information on frazer nash electric gokarts.
Im just starting out in restoring one of these karts but can't find any info on them

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Re: Fnr go kart

Post by markz » Sep 24 2018 5:45pm

http://www.frazer-nash.com/

https://www.cyclekartclub.com/phorum/re ... 627,page=3

https://everipedia.org/wiki/Kamkorp/
he Kamkorp Group is a privately held holding company, encompassing a wide range of businesses but operates mainly as Frazer-Nash Research Ltd. It is owned by UK-based Indian businessman Kamal Siddiqi. Over the past 25 years, the Kamkorp Group has developed proprietary digital electric and hybrid electric powertrains and products for the transportation and industrial markets. The company has produced various automobile prototypes under the brands Frazer-Nash and Metrocab . It also owns Bristol Cars , under which brand the Bristol Bullet sports car is being developed. The Bullet was unveiled 26 July 2016, with production due to start in 2017.
Go Kart

The electric Go Kart was Frazer-Nash Research’s first electric drive product.


They seem to use the term FNR, might be good term to use for an ongoing search.
The FNR Go Kart

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markz   100 GW

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Re: Fnr go kart

Post by markz » Sep 25 2018 10:11pm

Gc78 wrote:
Sep 19 2018 2:24pm
Can anyone help me, im trying to find information on frazer nash electric gokarts.
Im just starting out in restoring one of these karts but can't find any info on them
Not much to go on other then "frazer nash electric gokarts"
So you are restoring one. How bad is the shape of your gokart? Lots of rust?
What info do you require?
What year is your frazer nash electric gokart?

https://www.cyclekartclub.com/search/#g ... &gsc.sort=

Hillhater   100 GW

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Re: Fnr go kart

Post by Hillhater » Sep 26 2018 12:18am

FNash is a UK based org, and i doubt there were many of those karts built, so asking questions on a Uk kart forum (KartingUK, or Classic Karting) might dig up some info. Otherwise ...
Contact Frazer Nash direct for the full info.
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Gc78   1 µW

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Re: Fnr go kart

Post by Gc78 » Oct 14 2018 3:59pm

Thanks for all your replies, been a busy month,
Fnr gokart does need a lot of tlc some rust on the frame breaks locked on etc.
However other than that not to bad, it is complete which is a start.
Still got to investigate running gear

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