Thanks to its weight of only 1.200 kg and its small dimensions, the OK-LIGHT MAX radiator is the best choice for the OK-Junior and OK categories, which by regulation have a minimum overall weight of only 145 kg.
It originated, as the name suggests, with the advent of the OK classes in 2016. A compact, lighter radiator was needed that would marry the philosophy of the OK/OKJ classes, namely simplification in order to reduce the weight and costs of karts. New Line’s response to this requirement is called R-OK MAX.
The RS MAX radiator is the ideal choice for shifter classes: its larger size compared to the R MAX model, combined with the new MAX radiator core, make sure that even engines that operate at high temperatures can be cooled properly.
A model based on the RS MAX model, but specific for use combined with Honda shifter engines, which are widely used in the United States of America.
The CORSA radiator is developed to take advantage of the new MAX radiator core. Compared to the standard core, the MAX increases the cooling capacity up to 10% and allows, for a given size, up to 20% decrease in total weight.
The BIG MAX radiator combines its typical generous size with the latest generation MAX radiator core which guarantees up to 10% increase in cooling capacity and up to 20% decrease in total weight.
A model based on the BIG MAX model, but specific for use combined with Honda shifter engines, which are widely used in the United States of America.
The double-pass configuration, combined with the newly designed MAX radiator core, which allows for an increased flow of water and, therefore, an increased heat exchange, are the main features of the DOUBLE MAX radiator.
The ROTAX radiator is made expressively for Rotax engines.
Used for ensuring the optimisation of air-flow, the rear deflector is capable of diverting the hot air from the rear tyre and facilitating its outflow from behind the radiator.
Useful to ensure the optimization of air flow, the rear deflector deviates hot air, thereby preventing it from investing the rear tyre and favouring its outflow from behind the radiator.