Engine Eligibility

As per KNSW Rule Book Section 4E.10 – Technical Conformity

4E.10.1 Overview
a) The Chief Scrutineer or approved technical engine inspector, can be appointed by an Organiser or KNSW to inspect an engine for conformity. Fees can be charged for these checks.
b) All engines must be sealed, with seals recognised by the Organisers prior to the start of a Meeting.
c) The Competitor is responsible for ensuring all seals are intact. It is at the discretion of the Organisers to refuse entry to a team with an engine with missing or broken seals. The Organising committee can elect to allow a Competitor/team to Race, upon the agreement that the engine will be bagged and tagged and be sent to an Authorised Agent for inspection, immediately after the Event.
d) An inspection will be based on the Technical & Engine Regulations, and in regards to the finish of engine components as compared with original components.
e) Any engine found to not conform with the Technical & Engine Regulations, will be handed back in pieces and will be required to pay any fees owing, before having a future race entry accepted.

4E.10.2 Engine Sealing – Authorised Agents
The agents listed within this Regulation are currently authorised to carry out maintenance,
repairs and (re)sealing of engines.
a) Briggs & Stratton 206 / Briggs Animal:
AHPI Pty Ltd (AussieSpeed)
Peter Worsley – 9671 4212
• Wildslide Motorsport – 0490 438 697
International Karting Distributors (IKD)

4E.10.3 Club Specifications
In addition to these Regulations, 4 Stroke Clubs can have further regulations regarding engines.

Such items may include additional tagging of components, rebuilding of engines, log books, and the way in which engines are purchased from new.

The following 4 tags are required to be eligible to compete in a 4SKANSW Endurance event