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TERRA TIGER ENGINE UP GRADE?

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    Posted: 05 Jan 2015 at 8:15pm
What is a good engine to replace the original ROCKWELL engine in a TT18 TERRA TIGER, I have herd there is a B&S Engine that will bolt right up but I don't know what model engine it is. thanks for any help.
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My opinion is that a 4 cycle will not replace a 2 cycle in this application. When I bought my Tiger it had a brand new B&S on it and it was a pooch. I picked up a running JLO/Rockwell for about $100 and there is no comparison. That's just my experience with them. Maybe if you went big enough with a Briggs it would be alright. What's wrong with your Rockwell?
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Originally posted by MNLonnie MNLonnie wrote:

My opinion is that a 4 cycle will not replace a 2 cycle in this application. When I bought my Tiger it had a brand new B&S on it and it was a pooch. I picked up a running JLO/Rockwell for about $100 and there is no comparison. That's just my experience with them. Maybe if you went big enough with a Briggs it would be alright. What's wrong with your Rockwell?
one thing I know of right now is it has a hole in the top of the piston.
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No bolt in ones! LOL Take's some work. 13 - 16hp Honda clone engines work in them. One of ours has a v twin water cooled in it! Want to purchase this new 20hp. v-twin clone and put in one. Here's a couple links to motors. And link to new clutches that you'll also need. If you want to rebuild the JLO, Snowmobile dealers are your best source. And cost would be as high as a new clone probably. Last new JLO piston & rings I brought was $100.00. and had 50.00 in boring cylinder.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote HudCo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 Jan 2015 at 9:22am
we have a customer with a coot 6 wheeler it has a 20hp briggs twin but i think the biggest thing is getting the clutching right just like how important it is to make your snowmobile clucthes shift right.       any engine is adog if those clutches will not work together 
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HudCo  Your 100% correct! ! Big smile
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I just got a tera tiger for 300, looking to flip it, and I was wondering what a inexpensive good engine would fit and work well for it, thanks    -Tommy 
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Try checking out Route6x6 web site. He has engines,wheels and tires and other items. I think he parts out machines.
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No spark inb my JLO Rockwell. Where would I start. Ran 2 years ago
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post an add on vintagesleds.com or put a message tech help on there forum pages  most of those guys are in your area they can help you out quickly someone on there probley will have a engine
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