Awesome, thank you! We'll definitely take a look at these.Here is the type of hydraulic brake set up, used on Hammerhead (& others) go karts
...& even has a manual E-brake/Parking brake capability
IIRC the spindles & hubs are Aluminum
...so, they shouldn't be too heavy
Lol this sounds interesting. I doubt the judges would let that slide but maybe we'll ask them for next year.I am not sure on how long you need to have the brake work for the competition, but I saw a ghetto setup on a motorcycle once where they didn't have a disc brake for their hydraulic braking at all. Instead they mounted their caliper so it grabbed onto the rear drive sprocket (the big sprocket), on the small area that the chain didn't connect to. You would not want to oil your chain in this case. But hey, less weight!