How Do I Make My Go Kart Faster, Without Spending too Much Or Nothing?!?

How do I make my Go Kart faster, without spending too much or nothing?!?

How Do I Make My Go Kart Faster, Without Spending too Much Or Nothing?!? 1

if you want to go faster you are going to have to spend money thats the way it works. for a start try port and polishing the cylinder head, then enlarge cylinder bore, then increase stroke. simple

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Cylinder head left and right identification

In general, the accessory bracket mounting holes, will face the front of the engine. Also you may be able to look at the intake the way that it mounts to the heads will indicate which way they need to face

How Do I Make My Go Kart Faster, Without Spending too Much Or Nothing?!? 2

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what should it cost to get fixed?

Your question said you just needed to replace a connecting rod bearing with no other crankshaft inspection or work. I am guessing if the crank is OK it will cost under $500.00 as the motor wo not have to be pulled from the car. The oil sump pan will drop down possibly without dropping the front of the exhaust system. Replace the oil pump while the pan is off. Hope for the best as these little tinker toy motors carry a hefty price tag for internal engine parts. Do not be surprised that the connecting rod will need to be replaced thus the cylinder head will need to come off. Cross your fingers that there is no crankshaft damage. That will mean re-grinding the crankshaft throughout and the motor will need to be pulled. If it needs to be completely dis-assembled, cylinder boring, honing and rings pistons will certainly add up to more than the car is worth.

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Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor...WTF?

it's just a temp sensor in the intake manifold, but they do not usually go bad, but that's what you get when you go to autozore to have you car diagnosed, depending on what the code is(you did not state that) it could be as simple as a T-stat, e-mail me the code and i will see what i can do to help

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what could be causing ticking in my passenger side cylinder head?

Noisy rocker , lifter or possibly a push-rod (if your eng has them)

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how do i check if my cylinder head and block is warped?

When there is uneven surface from the mating surface of the cylinder head and the block. A good clylinder head block has good shiny appearance like a mirror when rubbed by emery cloth

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How to clean cylinder head and engine block contact surface before gasket change?

Check out Jafro's video on his YouTube channel in which he shows how to scrape off the gunk accumulated on his head gasket prior to inspection.He uses a long-handle scraper tool with razor blades to clean off the surface.Brake cleaner will be wasted if you try to remove burnt-on gasket material with it.

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Reverse-flow cylinder head

In engine technology, a reverse-flow or non-crossflow cylinder head is one that locates the intake and exhaust ports on the same side of the engine. The gases can be thought to enter the cylinder head and then change direction in order to exit the head. This is in contrast to the crossflow cylinder head design.

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should I replace the cylinder head bolts (please read question)?

No ,the bolts should be fine just measure then to make sure there stretched or damaged in any way

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2001 dodge durango 4.7L cylinder head removal.?

Removal and Installation-Left Notes REMOVAL Disconnect the negative cable from the battery. Raise the vehicle on a hoist. Disconnect the exhaust pipe at the left side exhaust manifold. Drain the engine coolant. Lower the vehicle. Remove the intake manifold. Remove the cylinder head cover. Remove the fan shroud and fan blade assembly. Remove accessory drive belt. Remove the power steering pump and set aside. Rotate the crankshaft until the damper timing mark is aligned with TDC indicator mark (Fig. 12). Verify the V8 mark on the camshaft sprocket is at the 12 o'clock position (Fig. 14). Rotate the crankshaft one turn if necessary. Remove the crankshaft damper. Remove the timing chain cover. Lock the secondary timing chains to the idler sprocket using Special Tool 8515 (Fig. 13). NOTE: Mark the secondary timing chain prior to removal to aid in installation. Mark the secondary timing chain, one link on each side of the V8 mark on the camshaft drive gear (Fig. 14). Remove the left side secondary chain tensioner. Remove the cylinder head access plug (Fig. 15). Remove the left side secondary chain guide. Remove the retaining bolt and the camshaft drive gear. CAUTION: Do not allow the engine to rotate. Severe damage to the valve train can occur. CAUTION: Do not overlook the four smaller bolts at the front of the cylinder head. Do not attempt to remove the cylinder head without removing these four bolts. NOTE: The cylinder head is attached to the cylinder block with fourteen bolts. Remove the cylinder head retaining bolts. Remove the cylinder head and gasket. Discard the gasket. CAUTION: Do not lay the cylinder head on its gasket sealing surface, due to the design of the cylinder head gasket any distortion to the cylinder head sealing surface may prevent the gasket from properly sealing resulting in leaks. INSTALLATION NOTE: The cylinder head bolts are tightened using a torque plus angle procedure. The bolts must be examined BEFORE reuse. If the threads are necked down the bolts should be replaced. Necking can be checked by holding a straight edge against the threads. 20). CAUTION: When cleaning cylinder head and cylinder block surfaces, DO NOT use a metal scraper because the surfaces could be cut or ground. Use only a wooden or plastic scraper. Clean the cylinder head and cylinder block mating surfaces (Fig. 21). Position the new cylinder head gasket on the locating dowels. CAUTION: When installing cylinder head, use care not damage the tensioner arm or the guide arm. Position the cylinder head onto the cylinder block. Make sure the cylinder head seats fully over the locating dowels. NOTE: The four smaller cylinder head mounting bolts require sealant to be added to them before installing. Failure to do so may cause leaks. Lubricate the cylinder head bolt threads with clean engine oil and install the ten M11 bolts. Coat the four M8 cylinder head bolts with Mopar Lock and Seal Adhesive then install the bolts. NOTE: The cylinder head bolts are tightened using an angle torque procedure, however, the bolts are not a torque-to-yield design. Tighten the bolts in sequence (Fig. 22) using the following steps and torque values: Step 1: Tighten bolts 1-10, 20 Nm (15 ft. lbs.) . Step 2: Tighten bolts 1-10, 47 Nm (35 ft. lbs.) . Tighten bolts 11-14, 25 Nm (18 ft. lbs.) . Step 3: Tighten bolts 1-10, 90 degrees. Tighten bolts 11-14, 30 Nm (22 ft. lbs.) . Position the secondary chain onto the camshaft drive gear, making sure one marked chain link is on either side of the V8 mark on the gear and position the gear onto the camshaft. Install the camshaft drive gear retaining bolt. Install the left side secondary chain guide. Install the cylinder head access plug (Fig. 23). Re-set and Install the left side secondary chain tensioner. Remove Special Tool 8515. Install the timing chain cover. Install the crankshaft damper. Install the power steering pump. Install the fan blade assembly and fan shroud. Install the cylinder head cover. Install the intake manifold. Refill the cooling system. Raise the vehicle. Install the exhaust pipe onto the left exhaust manifold. Lower the vehicle. Connect the negative cable to the battery. Start the engine and check for leaks. © 2006 ALLDATA LLC. All rights reserved. Terms of Use Removal and Installation-Right Notes REMOVAL Disconnect battery negative cable. Raise the vehicle on a hoist. Disconnect the exhaust pipe at the right side exhaust manifold. Drain the engine coolant. Lower the vehicle. Remove the intake manifold. Remove the cylinder head cover. Remove the fan shroud. Remove oil fill housing from cylinder head. Remove accessory drive belt. Rotate the crankshaft until the damper timing mark is aligned with TDC indicator mark (Fig. 16). Verify the V8 mark on the camshaft sprocket is at the 12 o'clock position (Fig. 17). Rotate the crankshaft one turn if necessary. Remove the crankshaft damper. Remove the timing chain cover. Lock the secondary timing chains to the idler sprocket using Special Tool 8515 (Fig. 18). NOTE: Mark the secondary timing chain prior to removal to aid in installation. Mark the secondary timing chain, one link on each side of the V8 mark on the camshaft drive gear (Fig. 17). Remove the right side secondary chain tensioner. Remove the cylinder head access plug (Fig. 19). Remove the right side secondary chain guide. Remove the retaining bolt and the camshaft drive gear. CAUTION: Do not allow the engine to rotate. severe damage to the valve train can occur. CAUTION: Do not overlook the four smaller bolts at the front of the cylinder head. Do not attempt to remove the cylinder head without removing these four bolts. CAUTION: Do not hold or pry on the camshaft target wheel for any reason. A damaged target wheel can result in a vehicle no start condition. NOTE: The cylinder head is attached to the cylinder block with fourteen bolts. Remove the cylinder head retaining bolts. Remove the cylinder head and gasket. Discard the gasket. CAUTION: Do not lay the cylinder head on its gasket sealing surface, do to the design of the cylinder head gasket any distortion to the cylinder head sealing surface may prevent the gasket from properly sealing resulting in leaks. INSTALLATION NOTE: The cylinder head bolts are tightened using a torque plus angle procedure. The bolts must be examined BEFORE reuse. If the threads are necked down the bolts should be replaced. Necking can be checked by holding a straight edge against the threads. 24). CAUTION: When cleaning cylinder head and cylinder block surfaces, DO NOT use a metal scraper because the surfaces could be cut or ground. Use only a wooden or plastic scraper. Clean the cylinder head and cylinder block mating surfaces (Fig. 25). Position the new cylinder head gasket on the locating dowels. CAUTION: When installing cylinder head, use care not damage the tensioner arm or the guide arm. Position the cylinder head onto the cylinder block. Make sure the cylinder head seats fully over the locating dowels. NOTE: The four smaller cylinder head mounting bolts require sealant to be added to them before installing. Failure to do so may cause leaks. Lubricate the cylinder head bolt threads with clean engine oil and install the ten M10 bolts. Coat the four M8 cylinder head bolts with Mopar Lock and Seal Adhesive then install the bolts. NOTE: The cylinder head bolts are tightened using an angle torque procedure, however, the bolts are not a torque-to-yield design. Tighten the bolts in sequence (Fig. 26) using the following steps and torque values: Step 1: Tighten bolts 1-10, 20 Nm (15 ft. lbs.) . Step 2: Tighten bolts 1-10, 47 Nm (35 ft. lbs.) . Tighten bolts 11-14, 25 Nm (18 ft. lbs.) . Step 3: Tighten bolts 1-10, 90 degrees. Tighten bolts 11-14, 30 Nm (22 ft. lbs.) . Position the secondary chain onto the camshaft drive gear, making sure one marked chain link is on either side of the V8 mark on the gear and position the gear onto the camshaft. Install the camshaft drive gear retaining bolt. Install the right side secondary chain guide. Install the right side cylinder head access plug (Fig. 27). Re-set and install the right side secondary chain tensioner. Remove Special Tool 8515. Install the timing chain cover. Install the crankshaft damper. Install accessory drive belt. Install the fan shroud. Install the cylinder head cover. Install the intake manifold. Install oil fill housing onto cylinder head. Refill the cooling system. Raise the vehicle. Install the exhaust pipe onto the right exhaust manifold. Lower the vehicle. Reconnect battery negative cable. Start the engine and check for leaks. © 2006 ALLDATA LLC. All rights reserved. Terms of Use

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