Prerunner Features

Trophy Kart Elite – Trophy Kart Built for Speed

Trophy Kart takes the next step with more power and a 5-speed transmission.

Trophy Kart definitely upped the anti when they built the new Trophy Kart Elite series. The biggest complain everyone (adults) had was not enough power for them to enjoy. Well Trophy Kart listened and the Elite series is now powered by a 38HP High Performance Engine. At TK’s most recent test session they clocked this bad boy at 72mph. To help keep you in the power band of this hot new motor is a 5-speed sequential transmission, so you can pick the gear you want to be in.

With increased power comes increased safety. The Chromoly Cage is built using thicker tubing than a standard Trophy Kart, and holding you in place is a set of 5-point harness while you sit in a Newline fiberglass racing seat.

To keep tabs on the Elite’s vitals Trophy Kart is using a Trail Tech Power Center Computer (speedo, tach, engine temp, distance, clock and power input).

Even the suspension has been kicked up a notch. All parts still made of billet aluminum and new are the internal reservoir Dirt Logic shocks with the rear getting a new sway bar.

On the outside you might notice the completely new fiberglass body with a bit more bulge in the fenders. All in all this looks like one heck of a beast.

I commend Trophy Kart for actually listening to the very people that buy their product. I think the only thing TK could do differently in the future would be to make a 2-seater.

Ok enough of my blabbing, see the new Trophy Kart Elite in action!!!

  • MSRP: $14,990
  • Weight: Weighing in at approximately 500lbs, the Elite is no toy
  • Engine: KX250F Motor (38hp)
  • Transmission: 5-speed Sequential Transmission
  • Sterring: Steering Rack
  • Fuel Capacity: 4 Gallon Fuel Cell
  • Chassis: Chromoloy Cage
    (Thicker tubing than standard TK)
  • Body: New Truck Body Design
  • Seat: Support Race Seat
  • Tires/Wheels: 22″ Tires, 10″ Aluminum Wheels
  • Drive Train: 4340 Rear Axle
  • Suspension: 4-link Rear Suspension
    Rear Sway Bar
  • Brakes: 4-Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • Shocks: Internal Reservoir Dirt Logic Shocks
  • Exhaust: Two Brothers Exhaust Pipe
  • Options/Upgrades: Yamaha Motor w/Electric Start
    Rekluse Clutch

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