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raysweldingsolutions

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I'm relatively new to karting and would like some help with converting an Arrows kart that was set up for Yamaha Jr. to run in 206 Junior category. The series runs the regular 206 motor with yellow slide. Not sure what parts I need other than the motor, clutch and air filter. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I have everything you need in stock at great prices.
The only brand of engine i sell, build, tune or repair are Briggs racing engines.
I don't do any 2 cycles, clones or lawn and garden stuff.
I have been in the karting business for 25 years and can help with any questions you might have.
Here is my website: http://www.fastermotors.net/ 
Take a look and feel free to call me at 920-207-9180
I'll be happy to help.
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Jimbo would be a good source, as are most of the Briggs Motorsports Centers.

We would be glad to help you if you want as well.
Give us a call at the shop.



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raysweldingsolutions

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I need to change the sprocket from outboard to inboard to accommodate the new motor. It looks like I have to take the axle out to do this. I that correct?

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Correct.
raysweldingsolutions

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Thanks for the responses. I was also wondering where the emulsion tube is supposed to go. I have looked around but can't see any rule that states where the tube is supposed to go. Thanks in advance.
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In this PDF from the above support link  http://racing.briggsandstratton.com/~/media/Files/product_catalog/Briggs%20Racing/IllustratedPartsList_MS5701.pdf?la=en

The emulsion tube 555593 is on page 8 located in the carb. The main jet screws into it.
raysweldingsolutions

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I saw that but the engine I bought has a rubber hose that is about 7" long attached to it. I didn't know if this was just supposed to drain on the ground or to a catch can of some sort.
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Most rules will state that the valve cover vent and the carb over flow must be contained to a catch can. It is also recommended that separate cans be used as to prevent the valve cover vent from pressurizing the float bowel vent.
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Thanks. Good info
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