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LO206 Engine Features & Specifications

 

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Dual Ball-Bearing, RACING Reinforced Cylinder, Squeeze-Cast, T-7 Treated, Racing Rod, Ground Camw/Compression Release, High-Silicon Valve Springs, PVL™ Digital Ignition System, Racing Only Intake Port, Walbro™ Round - Slide Carburetor, Carbon Steel racing Crankshaft with Induction-Hardened Crankpin, Federal Mogul™ Cam Ground, Barrel-Faced Piston, Goetze performance piston ring set, Chrome-Faced top ring, Nitrited Dished Exhaust Valve, Automotive 3-Piece Valve Retainer System, Beefy Rocker Arm Stud Nuts. 

 

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

Briggs & Stratton Model Number  124332 8201-01, Type  8201-01, Displacement  12.48 Cu. in. - 206 cc, Bore  2.6875/2.6885 in. Compression Ratio  9 to 1, Factory Timing  29 degrees BTDC 

 

KARTSPORT NEW ZEALAND DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS

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NZ SPECIFIED ITEMS

Clutch:  Hilliard Inferno Flame Clutch - Fitted with 16T #35 Pitch Replaceable Drive Sprocket.inferno clutch poster.jpg


Engine Mount:  PMI Engine Mount 15 degree - with 3/4" / 19mm Engine Plate.

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Oil: Briggs & Stratton Synthetic 4T Racing Oil

Using the wrong choice of oil can leads to premature wear, internal rust, and even failure.amsoil bottle.jpg
The choice of oil you use will play one of the largest roles in the performance and longevity of your engine. Therefore we have followed Briggs & Stratton's recommendation by specifying only Briggs & Stratton 4T synthetic racing oil as it was specifically engineered for your race engine. 4T is readily available through any Briggs LO206 dealer.

Do not:
Use ‘karting’ oils as many are simply a compressor lubricant and food coloring. They offer very limited protection, are prone to water contamination, and have a TBN of zero. This base oil is not used in any other form of racing and/or combustion engine because of these severe limitations.
Use car or ‘race’ oils designed for automotive use. This category of oil is engineered for pressure lube systems. When used in a splash lube system they tend to foam/froth greatly reducing their ability to protect. In addition, automotive oils are engineered for the lower operating temperatures of a liquid cooled verses air cooled environment. 

DO NOT TRY AND SAVE MONEY BY EVEN RUNNING IN ON ANOTHER OIL!



 
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