Lenzokart, Southern Italy’s manufacturing pride and joy, on par with the best factories from the North, has released new homologation chassis for both its two brand names, Lenzo and Luxor
For the Lenzo brand, the newly homologated FX1 EVO represents an evolution of the previous Mizar. The main changes are that frame tubing has gone from 32 mm diameter to 30 mm and the geometry has been revised. Evolving the Mizar in this sense was necessary because, according to Lenzokart, most karters use the smaller diameter option in both the KZ and the KF classes, while the Mizar was being used almost exclusively in shifter categories. Instead, the two products released under the Luxor brand, SPH1 and SPH2, are completely new. They feature the same design and only different in tubing diameter, 1 standing for the 30 mm option and 2 for the 32 mm one, again according to the same observation that guided the Mizar evolution.
All three newly homologated products come with the option of adding front and rear bar, as always, as well as a new lateral bar (left side, seat height), introduced to broaden the range of set-up options. All three products are also engineered with the same goal: to be as easy to drive as possible. In particular, the chassis are designed to yield the perfect balance between front and rear end.
In terms of differences, instead, Lenzo and Luxor each have their specific look, the first brand being true to the classic company colors (yellow and blue) and the second going for a more aggressive style (orange and black).
Overall, Lenzokart has invested a lot on material and details: the new tubes are made of chromium-molybdenum steel alloy and treated for enhanced mechanical properties; stub axles, hubs, and axle bearing flanges have been revised to be light-weight; and the brake system, especially important in shifter categories, has been renovated for enhanced performance.
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