Racing Edge Motorsports has responded to the ever-growing field of Briggs and Stratton by offering an engine maintenance, and building service.
Although there aren’t many race preparations that can be attained through the engine package, Racing Edge Motorsport’s engine specialist Glenn Butler has become an expert on the topic of carburetion. The carb on these engines, like most engines, is the most important aspect of the engine. This is where a majority of the horsepower can be made and with large amounts of research and development in the first part of 2014 REM feels that we have a solid upper-hand on the competition for each event.
Along with the Carb work that REM engine specialist, Glenn Butler is known for, there are minor internal workings that need to be completed to ensure maximum engine performance. These maintenance items are crucial to achieve maximum performance and REM does all of these jobs for the customers to ensure that each engine will achieve the highest quality of performance.
Local Option 206 Information
Hand-built in Milwaukee, WI. using tooling and dies specifically for racing for unparalleled repeatability.
Factory sealed short-block with ground cam and controlled piston pop-up (reducing compression variance)
Simplified IKF/WKA rule set designed to maintain a stock configuration right down to the factory shipped carburetor jets. This is NOT today’s standard Animal rule set.
These engines were introduced in the Canadian market to ensure that the playing field between engines are more equal making the deciding factor on who can provide the best chassis set up on a weekend basis. Along with chassis set-up it promotes the driver to become their best, which is something REM strives to help their drivers become... the best!