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Briggs Flathead / Re: 20hp opposed vs. 18hp opposed
« on: June 10, 2007, 08:59:30 am »
So if I have a 18 with the #422707-1510-01-9212145A and the tins say pressure lube BUT no oil filter or no sign of to put one on. Is their a conversion kit to buy to convert it

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Briggs Flathead / what is better
« on: January 24, 2007, 08:26:50 pm »
is a 16 OHV better then a 16 opps twin  :bash:

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Briggs Flathead / Re: NEED INPUT
« on: January 10, 2007, 07:11:23 pm »
yes I quit know what one is  :bash:

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Briggs Flathead / Re: NEED INPUT
« on: January 10, 2007, 06:43:20 pm »
looking for a Vanguard 18 or a 16

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Briggs Flathead / Re: NEED INPUT
« on: January 09, 2007, 11:36:57 pm »
how much would I have to bore out to gain 2 cubes

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Briggs Flathead / Re: NEED INPUT
« on: January 09, 2007, 11:31:09 pm »
SORRY FOr yelling

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Briggs Flathead / NEED INPUT
« on: January 09, 2007, 10:49:26 pm »
WHAT WOULD THE DIFFERENCE BE IN SPEED FROM AN 16HP OPPOSED TWIN TO A 18HP OPPOSED TWIN IS 2 MORE HP A BIG DIFFERENCE. OR DO YOU NOT REALLY NOTICE IT. THANKS

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Driveline / Re: 700 vs. Foote... Side by Side Comparison
« on: December 21, 2006, 09:28:41 pm »
so it can be done? will that make them the same

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Driveline / Re: 700 vs. Foote... Side by Side Comparison
« on: December 21, 2006, 09:14:38 pm »
why cant you just make stronger keys and a stronger shift fingers

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Driveline / Re: what is better
« on: November 15, 2006, 08:08:29 pm »
Ok iam racing in Ontario in a class called super mod witch rules are Super Modified: for drivers 16 years old and up

1. Tractors must have been originally lawn tractors (no garden tractors),and must be powered by a lawn tractor engine of flat head design (not to exceed 18 h.p. twin cylinder.)[Revision - You may use an Over Head Valve (OHV) engine, provided it does NOT exceed 18 h.p. This engine is NOT allowed to be modified in any way (except exhaust).

2. Foot or trigger type throttles and tethered kill switches are mandatory.

3. Brakes must be intact and working. Brakes can be modified such as go-cart disc or any other braking design system. (IN SHORT ANY IMPROVEMENT IN BRAKES IN THIS CLASS WILL MAKE FOR SAFER RACING !!!!)

4. All tractors must run on pump fuel only (not to exceed 96 octane). No alcohol or other additives.

5. Mufflers are optional. If removed, exhaust must be routed under tractor chassis.

6. Batteries and fuel tanks must be securely fastened to tractor chassis.

7. Tractors can use snow blower type tires on front wheels only (8" or 6" rims.) Cutting of tires will not be allowed. (Tires can be of unequal size such as 8" on the outside & 6" on the inside. (Rim sizes)) Rear wheels can be no smaller than 6" and no larger than 8" rims. (STEEL go-cart type wheels are allowed. Must use lawn tractor type tires (no ATV or go-cart tires.))

8. All modifications made to engine and/or carburetor must be made with lawn tractor parts ( with the exception of rear axles which may be of transaxle or live axle design, chain or belt driven). Front axles may be fabricated or reinforced, but must be mounted in the original location. Axles, front and rear, may be widened (up to 42" outside of tire to outside of tire), and may have offset. Chassis cannot be widened, narrowed, lengthened or shortened by any means, with the exception of adjustable chassis pans, then chassis must not be more or less than original manufacturers dimensional length. Tubular steel may be added for structural strength. Chassis may be altered only to allow installation of transaxle or live axle.

9. The use of centrifugal clutches and chain drive systems will be allowed.

10. All tractors must have a handle mounted on left rear fender, and/or a body bar mounted on right side of seat.

11. Rear bumpers are mandatory (fronts are optional). Must be made of square or round tubing not to exceed 2" o.d. or 2" sq. (all sharp corners/edges are to be removed). Bumper must be mounted no lower than center of wheel, no higher than top of tire. Bumpers are not to be wider than overall width of axles (outside of tire to outside of tire).

12. "The Norbert Rule" - Side bars are mandatory!! Must have a metal device mounted between front and rear tires, sufficient enough to prevent wheel-to-wheel contact of a competitors tractor. Width of side bars are not to exceed the outside edge of the tires, but can be inside the edge by 1 1/2". If side bars are made of rectangular steel all corners must be rounded (no sharp corners)

13. Front bumpers, if equipped, are not allowed to be in front of the tires and must not be further than 2" from front of tractor.

14. A device must be in place that will sufficiently protect the drivers back from other tractors ( i.e. a “hoop” attached to the rear bumper). This will be left to the discretion of the tech inspector.



so for I have a 5" pulley on motor 9" pulley on the right angle box to a 12 tooth sprocket to a 56tooth on a 1" axle with 8" rims with tire size of 16*6.5*8
 

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Driveline / what is better
« on: November 13, 2006, 08:57:03 pm »
my question is what do people find better a  peerless 700 tranny or a right angle box 1to1? i find with a tranny you have a wider range of what you can do.wouldn't a tranny be better in racing because you could start in 4th and then go into 5th when you get your speed up?

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Driveline / need help dont know
« on: April 06, 2006, 10:53:18 pm »
I have a 18 hp and a 3 speed gear box going to a live axle my Question is what size of pully on motor to what size on gear box then it changes to a sproket on the side of the box .What size do I put there and what size do I run on axle? Iam wanting the best of both worlds of tork and speed I am eather running 8'' or 6'' tarie on the back so let me know both ways
 

                  thanks

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