Karata Intimidator Belt Drive

KARATA Intimidator Series primary belt drive is supplied with all necessary mounting hardware and instructions to insure simple installation.

Every KARATA Intimidator Series Primary Belt Drives should Include.

  • One-piece billet aluminum motor plate with sealed mainshaft bearing, installed
  • 5-inch belt drives include an outboard bearing support kit.
  • Billet aluminum jackshaft support
  • Billet steel starter jackshaft
  • Front pulley with steel retaining ring
  • Rear pulley with ring gear and double-row clutch hub bearing, installed
  • Goodyear Hibrex with Flexten Plus technology 8mm drive belt
  • Engine shaft nut
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11 comments untill now

  1. Just got back 27 rides today. No wait for this over 2 minutes. 6 front row rides, 9 back. I find this to be the rude to do. Afterburn deseevrs all the credit it gets 100%, I feel though that this was an extraordinary experience, at least compared to an immediate ride on nighthawk after Intimidator though still cannot beat Apollo. Still give this a 10/10 anyways

  2. Felt so hopeless looking for answers to my questions…until now.

  3. You make things so clear. Thanks for taking the time!

  4. barclaybass – May 22, 2010 2:55 pmI agree wholeheartedly bturha, Jimmie seems to forget who got him his ride and who STILL is a part owner of his car, along with Rick Hendrick. #24 is a certain future Hall of Famer (but he is MANY years away from being thru with racing) and one of the ten best EVER, maybe top 5. Not to mention the fact, and I know that it has been discussed a lot, that were it not for the Chase format he would be a SIX time champion, only one away from the intimidator and the King. I firmly believe that JG will win at LEAST one more championship and people need to have respect for the guy who Dale Sr mentored and had a ton of respect for.

  5. Thank you K! I think I should try to wear it and show you in anhteor post. Please do share with friends. I left a large commercial blogging platform to go off and do my own thing, and it’s been a bit of a challenge since. But I love doing it and am grateful for every single person who takes a minute out of their day to let me share some creativeness. Love <3

  6. My wife and were talking about talking yesterday and something hit me: words babies can say are affected by their not having a full mouth of teeth. Most letters require teeth, and all the sounds babies make early on (“ma”, “da”, “ba’) can all be made toothlessly.That’s why Lennon could say his name as his first word – the only sound that might need teeth is the “l”, but a pretty close approximation can be made without them.So “Trixie” is probably out because it requires teeth for the “t” and the “x”. “Benmac” is out too, because teeth are needed for the hard “c” sound. But she might be able to do “Benmaa”.

  7. Oh yeah, fabulous stuff there you!

  8. If I were a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, now I’d say “Kowabunga, dude!”

  9. You put the lime in the coconut and drink the article up.

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  11. Whoever edits and publishes these articles really knows what they’re doing.

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