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120 Mod Class Savior: Briggs & Stratton 206 Engine Install


(10/10/2013)

The Briggs & Stratton 206 spec-engine racing program for 120-class sleds proved highly successful last season, with circuits and racers embracing the cost-effective, bolt-in "performance" engine.

“By simplifying racing, eliminating the performance variations and costs associated with multiple engines, the 206 is about getting families involved," said David Klaus, Director -Briggs & Stratton Racing.

To illustrate the simplicity of installing a Briggs 206 engine in an Arctic Cat 120, the company produced this 10-minute video. If you're a parent of a 120-class racer (or a soon-to-be-one), it's definitely worth watching.



Comments (11):

MNCAT says:
10/10/2013 3:11:00 PM

I picked up a LO206 last season for our son and I can't say enough good things about it. My son had slowly become bored with his hopped up 120 and this motor literally put the fire back under him... and I. Like the video shows it's simple to install and gives a great bang for your buck when comparing what it would take to get the 120 to run at faster speeds with all the available bolt on parts.

Not only is the value great but the people at Briggs are fantastic to work with. I've had a few questions along the way and David Klaus himself actually took the time to answer them.

Credit needs to be given when and where it's due and Briggs is awesome and makes an awesome product. I'm so glad I didn't try building a Honda.
MNCAT says:
10/10/2013 3:25:00 PM

PS... If this motor doesn't put a smile on your child's face there is no hope.
Klnton says:
10/9/2015 1:25:00 AM

there is a chart for the new engines and I don't have one? where in lower mid Michigan and here we are going into a ICE Age! It's been to cold to snow this year, I rllaey only needed the JD twice so far because of the cold! It finely started to warm a little on Feb. 01 and we got snow the second day along with about 10 back in Dec. we have only had 1 and 2 dusting s here on off for the most part of the season. September 10, 2012 | 7:59 pm
Klnton says:
10/9/2015 1:26:00 AM

there is a chart for the new engines and I don't have one? where in lower mid Michigan and here we are going into a ICE Age! It's been to cold to snow this year, I rllaey only needed the JD twice so far because of the cold! It finely started to warm a little on Feb. 01 and we got snow the second day along with about 10 back in Dec. we have only had 1 and 2 dusting s here on off for the most part of the season. September 10, 2012 | 7:59 pm
Klnton says:
10/9/2015 1:26:00 AM

there is a chart for the new engines and I don't have one? where in lower mid Michigan and here we are going into a ICE Age! It's been to cold to snow this year, I rllaey only needed the JD twice so far because of the cold! It finely started to warm a little on Feb. 01 and we got snow the second day along with about 10 back in Dec. we have only had 1 and 2 dusting s here on off for the most part of the season. September 10, 2012 | 7:59 pm
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10/11/2015 5:56:00 AM

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Duilio says:
10/11/2015 5:57:00 AM

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10/13/2015 1:49:00 AM

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