Welcome to the World of McCulloch Kart Engines
This site will contain as much information as possible in regards The Mighty Mac's.
McCulloch Kart Engines.
Standard / 90 series Kart Engines
McCulloch 101 / Super series
Steve O'Hara and the McCulloch Kart Engine
McCulloch Kart Engine Racing Spec's
McCulloch Kart Engine ID Numbers and production dates
Aftermarket piston and rings for McCulloch Kart Engines
McCulloch Crankshaft and Conrod part Numbers
McCulloch BDC Carb Spec's
McCulloch Kart Engine special tools.
Building full circle Cranks by Gordon Daux
Mc Kart Con-Rods
Mc Engine crankcase seals
Mc intake manifolds
Mc exhaust manifolds and pipes coming.
McCulloch Duckbill Valves
McCulloch BDC Lever heights and Pop-off settings.
Adapting a Tillotson carb to the Mac's
Mac Help and Assistance
Bore, stroke and capacities of McCulloch Kart and Chainsaw Engines
McCulloch Kart Engine Owners Manuals.
McCulloch Kart Engine parts replacement numbers
McCulloch Blind Piston Removal pictorial sequence
The McCulloch " Look-a-like " Engines
Horstman, McCulloch and West Bend stroker cranks
Fitting an outboard clutch to a Mac Kart Engine
McCulloch 1962 fuel data, mixes and modifying the carb. updated by Vernon Ray Johnson
McCulloch Kart Clutches
McCulloch Rotary Valved Engines
McCulloch Mavrick Spark.
McCulloch 101B Kart Engine Illustrated parts list
McCulloch Special Pistons
McCulloch chainsaw engines with a removable cylinder head
McCulloch's "third port" Engines
The McCulloch 102 Fact or Fiction
Richy McCulloch's Super Mini Drag Bike
McCulloch Wrist Pins New
McCulloch Kart Pistons an illustrated guide New
Hyperode 100cc conrod
Hyperode 123cc 101 Conrod
Please note this section of my site is under construction and like Rome WILL NOT BE BUILT IN A SINGLE DAY
Kart Racing in Australia.
Karting became very popular in Australia in the 1960s and Penrith was no exception. In 1962, Welsh-born Roland Davey began to race petrol engine powered go-karts in the Penrith area.
Many hours were spent by local enthusiasts converting Victa lawnmower and McCulloch chainsaw motors into highly tuned go-kart engines. This involved casting, moulding, and manufacturing engine parts to improve both performance and speed.
At the height of its popularity there were tracks at Londonderry, Branxton, Camden, Lithgow and Granville in the Sydney/Newcastle area. Today, karting is still popular in the region, with local tracks at Castlereagh and Windsor.
3rd November 09