IAME X30 125cc FAQs

What RPM should I be aiming for with my X30?

The optimum RPM at the “average” track is generally around 15400-15800rpm (14800-15500 restricted) at the end of the straight and between 8000-8200 (8200-8500 restricted) rpm at the slowest corner. Depending on the layout of the circuit it may not be always be possible to keep the engine within this RPM range. For example you may find at a circuit that has very tight corners but a long straight may require you to run gearing that causes you to drop below the optimal RPM at the slowest turn and/or possibly run into the limiter at the end of the straight.

What RPM does the rev limiter engage?

The rev limiter engages at 15,800rpm, it is a soft cut limiter and works by retarding the ignition to a point that the engine produces no more power. As it is a soft cut limiter it is not unusual for the engine to rev past the limiter when in a draft or at the end of a long straight when using a high gearing. 

What settings should I use for the Tryton Carburettor?

The recommended jet settings for the Tryton carby are 1 hour and 10 minutes on the low and 1 hour on the high, depending on location and climate it may be necessary to deviate slightly from these settings. With a restricted engine it is best to also start with this setting and lean the low jet until the engine runs clean all the way down the straight (Normally around 1 turn out will achieve this). Once the optimal setting is found it is uncommon to have to adjust much, if at all from this setting.

The recommended pop off pressure is 9-12psi depending on location and climate, generally 10psi is a good starting point. With lever height it’s best to start with the bottom of the lever level with the carburettor body, if carby feels to be running out of fuel try raising the lever even more. 

What exhaust flex length should I run?

IAME performed extensive testing when developing the X30 engine and as a result the recommended setting of 450mm (65mm flex) is generally spot-on and works best at most tracks. If you are looking to fine tune the engine performance a shorter flex length will give more power higher in the RPM range at the expense of bottom end. Lengthening the flex will achieve the opposite.

X30 Technical information

PRICE LIST (includes parts illustrations)
Please contact your local kart dealer to place your order: pdfclick here

X30 125cc MANUAL
 - Assembly instructions and User Manual pdf
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X30 125cc OVERHAUL MANUAL - Designed specifically for the engine tuner pdfclick here 

Preparation and installation of the additional plate and engine-mount. We highly recommend you  use the Black Anti-Vibration Plate that is supplied complete with your X30 engine. 
It absorbs vibrations which prolongs the life of the starter motor pdfclick here 

Wire drawing Sheet 1 pdf click here     Translation Sheet 2 pdfclick here 

TRYTON 027 CARBURETTOR SETUP (suggested) - click here 

- Green AKA20 CDI Unit 
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- How to check the advance for the IAME X30 engine click here 

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X30 SUPER 175cc BASIC OWNERS MANUAL pdfclick here

X30 Rules and Homologation

IAME X30 125cc Engine

Engine Homologation - Technical Specifications
IAME X30 125cc Homologation click here
IAME X30 125cc Homologation Bulletin 78H-1 click here (27 Jul 2015)

IAME X30 125cc Homologation Bulletin 78H-2 click here (1 Feb 2016)
IAME X30 125cc Homologation Bulletin 78H-3 click here (18 Jan 2017)
IAME X30 125cc Homologation Bulletin 78H-4 click here (30 Nov 2017)

2018 X30 Components Frequently Asked Questions
Since the release of the homologation update bulletin (78H-4) regarding the new X30 components, we have had many questions from enthusiastic customers asking for further details. Following are the answers to your most frequently asked questions; please refer to the homologation update bulletin for additional information.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Re: 78h-4 pdfclick here

Unless The Rules Say That You Can Then You Cannot
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To X30 owners and engine tuners pdfclick here