Home Forums Briggs & Stratton 4-Cycle Racing Briggs LO206 Strange LO206 symptom

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    William Weiler
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    When I start my engines, everything seems fine. When I pull out on the track, I get a sensation the chassis is banging on the ground, but it’s not. Then after a lap, the banging is gone. I’m pretty sure this is the engine. Is this normal or a symptom of a used engine on it’s way to failure?

    TonyKart 401s LO206
    Masters Class
    Morgan Hill, CA

    #85809

    Clark Gaynor Sr.
    Participant

    Don’t over think it.  Service your clutch, eg: remove, disassemble, clean/lub, check for damage..reinstall.  It could be clutch chatter.  Make sure the chain is properly adjusted.  If it’s too loose, it might be jumping teeth.  206’s have no HP, so I suspect you’ll find the problem pretty easily.

    Let us know what you find,

    Clark Sr.

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    FREDDY SANDOVAL
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    Yup! Clark is right, and spot on!

    Also see if clutch may need to be re clocked, that might be your issue too.

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