You misunderstood my tone.
This gentleman made a post just showing an engine he bought but nothing further.
No info, no questions, no further content provided like a cleaning or rebuild which to me seems a bit pointless.
Got photos of your engines?
Engines that have an internal mechanically geared governor are easy IF you wish to maintain the factory governor.
Their throttle controls attach to the governor linkage under the fuel tank, for example.
Basically anything is possible if you provide your own custom intake manifold.
But the tank mounted carbs are Briggs-specific. They work okay but need good maintenance and to be fed good fuel (no ethanol).
You might be concerned about lubrication with the angled mount, but the kart racing guys who utilize the Briggs Raptor on an angled mount (I think it's 15°) use less oil than the factory specified 20-28 oz.
Some sources recommend 14 oz on the angled mount. I guess the dipper is in no danger of...
Do you just need the plastic pulley that the rope winds around? It's also part #295871 (Pulley-Rewind Starter) for the 5 HP 130.000 series.
Pffft on the thirty bucks.
Ebay has one for $8.95, free shipping. Why pay more? Stens Starter Pulley with Rope
I was not aware of the difference. Thought all the heavy, cast, pebbly texture plumbing elbows were all cast iron and not steel.
This is good news and am surprised the fabricator I mentioned before saw no other way, as in mentioning black pipe as an alternative material for a 45° elbow [welded...
8 - Cubic Inches
1 - Basic Design Series (?)
2 - Horizontal Shaft
3 - Ball Bearing/ Flange Mounting/ Splash Lube
2 - Rewind Starter
Pretty sure it's a Kool Bore [no cast iron cylinder sleeve]
You ought to tear it open to be sure.
He offers decals in both water slide and self adhesive, but I've heard differing opinions on which is better.
What kind are you ordering? The self adhesive 'sticker' kind sort of become water slide when you follow the recommended soapy water
application instructions. They're more durable than...
That turned out nicer than I expected. A good clean, "aesthetic" look, nothing out of place and the right details. A longer seat that touched the gauge cluster would be my only "fix".
What wheels and tires are those? I admire the beefy look they give.
Wow, tossed it in the can? You can't let that engine beat you, man! You're smarter.
You gotta figure you need a fairly strong return spring, a throttle cable with graceful curves (no sharp kinks) and no binding on the hand grip,
I guess. Lube the cable and wire with a light oil too. Maybe the...
You should do pics first because they are worth a thousand words.
In my experience, the 4 HP Briggs [horizontal shaft, flat-head] usually has the series number 100200; the first two digits are the displacement i.e., 10 cubic inches. Next size up is 5 HP at 13 c.i. [130.000 series]. Or there...
Why are you littering the Briggs engine section with your yard sale acquisitions?
You're not providing anything to be learned? No how-to maintenance procedures?
You're not asking questions?
I guess you need someone to give you a pat on the back and stroke that tiny ego of yours....
One more thing, the bolt pattern holes are different between the two types of Pulsa-Jet [and gas tanks]. That's crucial...
The two different types are explained in detail on that site. The Adjustable Jet is the desired type and is nearly identical to the Briggs Raptor [racing] carburetor...
Okay. The Pulsa-Jet Adjustable carburetors are interchangeable with each other. I have one on a 3 HP gas tank and it's identical in size and fitment with the 4 and 5 HP carbs.
The Pulsa-Jet Fixed Jet carbs are interchangeable among themselves but not with the Adjustable. It takes a different...