Briggs & Stratton World Formula Karting Engine
Building off of the success of the Animal Racing engine, the World Formula was launched in 2003 in accordance with the CIK World Formula class rules. This complete engine package balances the latest in engine design and technology to provide racers with a consistent, low-maintenance, and low-cost platform to sharpen their driving skills and chassis setup. Hand-built and individually-tested at the Briggs Milwaukee, Wisconsin skunk works.
- Dual Ball-Bearing, RACING Reinforced Cylinder
- Billet Rod
- Slotted, Stelite-Faced, Ground Cam with Compression Release
- Dual, High-Silicon Valve Springs
- PVL™ Digital Ignition System with 7,100rpm Limiter
- CNC D-Shape Intake Port
- Walbro™ Round Slide Carburetor
- Dana™ Fire-Ring Head Gasket
- Racing Crankshaft with Induction-Hardened Crankpin
- Green™ Air Filter
- Federal Mogul™ Moly-Coated Cam Ground, Barrel-Faced Piston
- Chrome-Faced, Racing Only Ring Package
- Mikuni™ Fuel Pump
- Automotive 3-Piece Valve Retainer System
- Beefy Rocker Arm Stud Nuts
Available in Two Packages:
124435 8106-01: Recoil Starter, No Exhaust or Clutch
124435 8105-01: Includes Electric Starter, Noram Clutch with Quick Change Sprocket Set, and World Formula Exhaust System (Additional cost - enter in shopping cart for price.)
Blueprinted packages include disassembly and rebuilding for maximum performance. Modifications include, but are not limited to: milling head, setting clearances, honing, dyno-testing and tuning, etc.. Please allow 1-3 weeks for blueprint packages.
*Note: Unless otherwise stated, engines do not come with tank, muffler/exhaust, or linkage.
*We offer $10 off shipping costs for each engine if purchasing 3 or more. If shipping cost exceeds $130 in shopping cart, contact us for alternate freight methods. We can typically ship a pallet of engines for $130-$200, depending on delivery location.
MOTORS SOLD FOR ORGANIZED COMPETITION PURPOSES OR EXPORT ONLY. (NOT FOR USE ON ANY EQUIPMENT, OFF-ROAD, RECREATIONAL, OR EMISSIONS-CONTROLLED APPLICATIONS. DOING SO IS A VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW.)