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    ebay item number 3321489557

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    No item comes up with that number.
    Has anybody seen the bridge?

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    332148495573 item number

    ebay

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    OK, first off the ad is for a Briggs and Stratton "World Formula" engine. That is not even close to a "flathead." It is a purpose built class racing engine for go karts, and it is OHV.

    The add itself lists several components that come with their kit, but most of the components don't even come on a BS WF engine, so I don't know what it is they are selling, other than basic motorcycle jetting kits for three times their value.

    So no, this is not it, not by a long shot. A World Formula engine is about $900 USD and up.
    Has anybody seen the bridge?

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    is there any info on that that you can show me??

    I want more compression in my 8hp
    how much is the max I can shove it down??

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    there are no billet parts for the model 19 8hp briggs. I have one and was just talking to arc about it and there is not enough interest in modifying this engine for them to make parts. everything has gone to the overhead valve engines so if your going to run one your going to have to run it stock. there is a trick called strapping the rod that will keep the rod from blowing through the case. the old timers that raced these things before billet parts were made used to do this mod to keep the rod from breaking. the took a ujoint strap off a chevy truck hammered it to fit the rod cap but just enough of it was off the cap that when you torqued the cap bolt back down it would pull the steel strap tight against the aluminum rod cap and help hold it there. one of our members did this mod to his kohler 440 and has been beating the crap out of it for a year now drag racing. I believe it works

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    These guys offer carbs, intakes, cams for BS FH Model 19.

    EC has a model 19 billet rod PN 6278- requires a Weisco piston though. They also offer a billet wheel, PN 6609. It might be an ARC model though.
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    ill have to look into that

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    Quote Originally Posted by super nate View Post
    ill have to look into that
    Please do Nate. The rod and wheel are indeed ARC.

    I'm not real familiar with Briggs in the first place, so might have my model #'s mixed up. Note there is a similar thread currently on intakes/adapters for Tilly/Mikuni.

    I also found this list on another site with P/N's. I desire a "torquey" engine capable of maintaining 3500 to 4000 RPM for a heavy trail bike project.
    Last edited by Havasu Dave; 11-13-2017 at 10:01 AM.
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    these parts are for a vertigal shaft engine used in lawnmower racing and pulling not the horizontal engine.

 

 
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