Animal

Animal Racing Engine Discussion

What are the slide opening gaps for the Blue Slide and the Black Slide?? I am looking to make some "no go" slide tools out of drill stock.

Posted by jfroemke380 in Animal/206 Engine Questions

Animal Racing Engine

Performance by Design. Briggs & Stratton Racing took the latest approaches in engineering, manufacturing, and testing to design for its dedicated racing engine from the ground up. One of the most popular Briggs racing engines, the Animal engine will help you compete in your next snocross or kart race.

Each Animal racing engine by Briggs & Stratton is hand-built by master small engine technicians and tested in our skunk-works in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Dual Ball-Bearing, RACING Reinforced Cylinder
Squeeze-Cast, T-7 Treated, Racing Rod
Ground Cam w/ Compression Release
High-Silicon Valve Springs
PVL™ Digital Ignition System
Racing Only Intake Port
Walbro™ Round - Slide Carburetor
Dana™ Fire-Ring Head Gasket
Racing Crankshaft w/ Induction-Hardened Crankpin
Federal Mogul™ Cam Ground, Barrel-Faced Piston
Chrome-Faced, Racing Only Ring Package
Nitrited Dished Exhaust Valve
Automotive 3-Piece Valve Retainer System
Beefy Rocker Arm Stud Nuts

Model Number 124332
Type 8003-01
Displacement 206
Bore 2.6875/2.6885
Stroke 2.2
Compression Ratio 8.5 to 1
Factory Timing 29 degrees BTDC
Description Wrench / socket size Torque
Air Guard 7mm 40-50 lb-in. (4.5-5.6 Nm)
Blower Housing 10mm & 3/8" 60-110 lb-in. (7-12.5 Nm)
Carburetor (to manifold) 10mm 80-110 lb-in. (9-12.4 Nm)
Connecting Rod T27 115-120lb-in. (13 Nm)
Cylinder Head Bolts 10mm 200-220 lb-in. (20-27 Nm)
Exhaust Brace Screws 10mm 95-125 lb-in. (11-14 Nm)
Exhaust Stud 10mm 95-125 lb-in. (11-14 Nm)
Flywheel Nut 15/16" 55-75 ft-lbs. (74.5-101 Nm)
Flywheel Fan 10mm 180-240 lb-in. (20-27 Nm)
Intake (to cylinder) 5mm Allen 70-90 lb-in. (8-10.2 Nm)
Oil Drain Plug 3/8" 100-125 lb-in. (11-14 Nm)
PVL Module 7mm 20-35 lb-in. (2.3-4 Nm)
Rocker Arm Stud 7/16" 90-120 lb-in. (10-14 Nm)
Rocker Arm Plate 10mm 70-90 lb-in. (7.9-10.1 Nm)
Rocker Arm Set Screw 1/8" Allen 50-70 lb-in. (5.6-7.9 Nm)
Spark Plug 5/8" Deep 95-145 lb-in. (11-16.4 Nm)
Side Cover 10mm 140-170 lb-in. (16-19 Nm)
Starter Gear #2 Phillips 35-53 lb-in. (4-6 Nm)
Top Control Plate 10mm 70-90 lb-in. (8-10 Nm)
Valve Cover 10mm Lower & 3/8" 30-60 lb-in. (3.5-7 Nm)

WE HAVE A ANIMAL MOTOR WE KEEP BREAKING THE SCREWS THAT HOLD THE EXCHAST TO THE MOTOR DOES ANYBODY NOW WHY?

Asked by: umpire
Breaking the exhaust fasteners is a result of improper exhaust bracing, gasket crushing, and/or installing the system in a ‘bind’. Most aftermarket exhaust designs place excessive weight on the exhaust fasteners. A low cost insufficient bracket and a hose clamp do not prevent the vibration and weight. I can’t tell what gasket you run but graph-oil gaskets and even copper, when the exhaust loosens, will pound the gasket to the point it crushes and the entire force again goes against the fasteners. Lastly, when you install any exhaust you need to make sure when tightened down that the system is evenly torqued and bracketed. If you are ‘forcing’ the bracket or exhaust in place all of this stress will load on two fasteners not designed for shear strength. The things to do to help prevent this: - Make sure your exhaust isn’t put into a bind. - Improve your bracing. GOOD, working systems have multiple bracing points AND better clamps. Hose clamps break and by the time you discover it, it’s too late. There are many systems out there, I would use the dealer locator on our site to find someone in your area to work with. - Check your exhaust fasteners after every session and use safety wire to prevent them from backing out.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-01-30

what kind of speed and acceleration could you expect in a go Kart with this engine?

Asked by: TerryL
This depends on the track layout because that will determine your gear ratio. Your gear ratio will determine your top speed as well as your acceleration out of a corner.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-02-02

I just built a trike chopper bicycle....need a small less than 49 cc gas 4 stroke motor for it which can you recomend

Asked by: JeffreyLonewolf
We do not recommend our standard engine for use on recreational vehicles. However, we do have a line of racing engines you may want to take a look at: www.briggsracing.com
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2013-10-09

Why doesn't your engine specs list horsepower

I've been trying to compare your engines and others and without horsepower ratings that makes it hard to decide when you can plainly see it from other manufactures. Thanks Clay
Asked by: Clay
Due to a change in industry rating standards we now rate the engines by using torque to describe the engine's output and capability. Gross torque is a more direct way to measure the turning force an engine can produce.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-01-31

What's the safe max rpm on the animal motor?

Asked by: Wolfe