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206 Engine Class Regulations

Effective January 1st, 2017

The 206 engine platform was designed and engineered exclusively for racing. Each engine is hand-built in Milwaukee, Wisconsin using dedicated tooling and dies to provide a level of consistency unmatched in the industry today.

The 206 is intended to simplify racing, from hitting the track to the tech process needed to ensure a level playing field at the end of the day. In combination with Briggs & Stratton Racing’s slide restriction system a complete racing ladder can be developed by simply changing a carburetor slide and/or by a slide and ignition change. With the base engine the basis for today’s ‘box stock’ classifications, the 206 engine gives racer’s and tracks the ability to have one engine, from start to finish.

All Briggs & Stratton (B&S) racing engines are manufactured solely for sanctioned racing only. B&S does not recommend the products referenced herein to be used for an application outside of sanctioned racing as serious injury or death could result.

This rule package has been prepared by Briggs & Stratton Racing and is intended to establish the sole basis for technical control of the 206 engine in competition. For all supplemental rules contact your sanctioning body.

Unless these rules state that you can do it, you can not do it.

Each racer is soley responsible to check and maintain engine legality per this published rule set.

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