Can Briggs 206 work / drop in vintage Emmick kart that has Harbor Freight 212 cc motor?

I like everything about kart being sold but would prefer an American made motor. Would the Briggs 206 fit / work? Do I have to change much? Also, what would be an era correct motor? Kart has the padded black emmick seat / seat cover with letter E stitched in a different color. 70s 80s? Ger.
 

jaymancds

Premium User
Yes, the 206 should bolt right up where the current HF engine sits. (ie same bolt pattern on the base of the blocks.)
Vintage correct would probably have been a West Bend or more likely Mac 91-93.


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Isnt the 206 built in Mexico?
 

craftymlz

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Briggs assembles the engines in the U.S. A lot of the parts come from over seas, your going to run into this a lot. If you want a purely US built motor with US parts, you'll have to build it yourself.
 
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