Anyone know how much these are worth? I have a couple of them. I used to race them but haven't been involved in racing in about 18 years. I see that all the divisions at the tracks in Central Wisconsin are the LO206.
They have all been sitting for the last 18 years. 2 were fresh, never raced. 2 have one season on them. I originally wanted to used them for yard karts and mini bikes but since they are set up for Alky, I would have rather sold them to someone who could use them. Since they are not worth much I'll just keep them.
What would be the best way to convert them to gas and have the most power without doing many mods. What else would have to change to run it without a restrictor plate?
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The spark plug should be fine, as should the ignition timing. Just change the jet. The needle will tune the fuel mixture adequately on gas if you start with a .036" - .038" jet.
Have fun with them and don't over-rev them as they likely still have stock rods and not welded lifter bores in them.
all I do is minibikes,DITCH THE RESTRICTOR PLATE take high speed needle nut of with 1/2 " wrench.get a flat screw driver the right blade thickness for the jet take it out then put the 36 jet in.backout the high speed needle screw so not to bottom out tighten in up snug with the 1/2" turn the need in gentle until it stops then back it out 1 1/2 turns.my carb likes 1 1/8 turns out.
put a auto lite 458 equivalent in at .030 gap.
if timing is at stock leave it.
if not and you know your cam specs set your timing accordingly.
if you don't 27 degrees works good for stock lift cams...if a timing key is what you want go with a 3 degree key.