Go Fast. For over 50 years, our Tillotson Racing division has been helping karters win National and World Championships, and now we’re bringing that drive to our new line of karting and powersport engines.
Our TPP-196R and seales TPP-196RS is a 196cc competition racing engine designed to meet AKRA, WKA and NKA clone competition standards and, unlike other clone engines, it comes complete with the components you need for fast, reliable performance right out of the box, including a Tillotson Racing® camshaft and cylinder head for maximum lift, PK-1 carburetor for optimum fuel delivery and enhanced racing valve springs to help avoid valve float. Just add your choice of flywheel and exhaust system, bolt it on your kart and you’re ready to race at the most competitive level.
If you like the Predator, you’ll love our TPP-212H, a high performance, EPA certified engine that offers more torque, acceleration and horsepower Honda GX-200 or Predator 212 engine. And we’re not just talking about max torque at a specified RPM – with its hemi head and
TillotsonTCT mechanical fuel injector, the TPP-212H has a more constant torque curve and unparalleled acceleration.
Here’s the drop curve of the TPP-212H:
Our TPP-225RS is the ultimate in four stroke power under 250cc. The TPP-225RS gives you more than 15 horsepower, making it the best engine for dirt racing. The TPP-225RS features a PVL digital ignition coil limited to 6,500 rpm, an HW series racing carburetor specifically calibrated to the 225RS, a billet connecting rod and flywheel for improved strength and reliability and our enhanced Tillotson® block with extra support for higher power output. The TPP-225RS also featured in our new T4 Series monobrand class. Our TPP-225RS-SB1 is the short block version of our 225cc engine. It has become a fast favorite for mini kart enthusiasts.
Still not sure? Check it out with other folks. Here are some links to independent reviews and tests, and you can visit GoPowerSports.Com for their real-life experiences. You can also visit out TillotsonTCT page for more information and links to the TCT technology.