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Manco Parts Breakdown & User Manuals

6XXX series

MODEL 6006 - 6007
MODEL 609
MODEL 613 MODEL 616 - 617
• Chain Tightening instructions
• Operator's Manual
• Technical Service Bulletin
• 600X Shift Cable Adjustment / Re-Routing / Replacement
• Operator's Manual Model 609
• Operator's Manual Model 609-01
• Operator's Manual Model 609-02
• Operator's Manual • Assembly Instructions
• Light Kit Installation
• Operator's Manual November 2004
• Operator's Manual April 2005
• Operator's Manual September 2005
MODEL 606 - 607
MODEL 611
MODEL 6150
MODEL 618
• Assembly Instuctions
• Maintenance Instuctions
• Operator's Manual Model 606B
• Operator's Manual Models 606B, B-27, 607C
• Operator's Manual Model 606C-14
• Operator's Manual Model 606C-14 September 2004
• Operator's Manual Model 606C-14 April 2005
• Operator's Manual Model 606C-14 September 2005
• Parts List Addendum Model 607C
• Service Instructions
• Operator's Manual Model 611
• Operator's Manual Model 611-01
• 150cc Service Manual
• Assembly Instructions Model 6150
• Assembly Instructions Models 6150L-01, 14
• Hangtag Operation
• Hangtag Warning
• Operator's Manual
• Parts List May 2007
• Parts List October 2007
• TSB149 Key Switch Lubrication
• Hydraulic Brake Parts &
Steering Pedal Diagrams

• Operator's Manual Model 618 Dingo Duece
• Operator's Manual Model 618-01 May 2000
• Operator's Manual Model 618-01 January 2003
MODEL 608
MODEL 612
MODEL 6152
MODEL 637 - 640
• Operator's Manual Model 608
• Operator's Manual Model 608-01
• Operator's Manual Model 608-02
• Operator's Manual Model Dingo Duece
• Operator's Manual Models 612-00, 01
• Operator's Manual Model 612-02
• 150cc Service Manual
• Fun Kart Safety Manual
• Owners Manual
• Warranty Policy
• Illustrated Parts
• Assembly Instructions
• Battery Information Hangtag
• Shift Cable Adjustment
• Assembly Instructions
• Light Kit Installation
• Front Wheel Assembly
• Maintenance Addendum Models 637C, 640C
• Maintenance Addendum Model 640L
• Operator's Manual Models 637C, 640C October 2004
• Operator's Manual Models 637C, 640C January 2005
• Operator's Manual Models 637C, 640C March 2005
• Operator's Manual Models 637C, 640C May 2005
• Operator's Manual Models 637C, 640C August 2005
• Operator's Manual Model 640L December 2004
• Operator's Manual Model 640L January 2005
• Operator's Manual Model 640L February 2005
• Operator's Manual Model 640L March 2005
• Operator's Manual Model 640L May 2005
• Operator's Manual Model 640L August 2005
• Technical Service Bulletin Model 640L

7XXX series

MODEL 7010 MODEL 710 MODEL 7150 MODEL 724
• 7010 Shift Cable Adjustment / Re-Routing / Replacement
• Assembly Instructions
• Owners Manual Pages 1 - 12
• Owners Manual Pages 13 - 29
• Parts List Model 7010L
• Owners Manual Models 710E-1, E-29 June 2004
• Owners Manual Models 710E-1, E-29 August 2004
• Owners Manual Models 710E-1, E-29 February 2005
• Owners Manual Model 710E-1 January 2002
• Owners Manual Model 710E-1 December 2002
• Owners Manual Model 710E-1 June 2003
• Owners Manual Model 710E-1 October 2003
• Owners Manual Model 710E-XX
• Parts List Addendum Model 710E
• Technical Service Bulletin Model 710E
• 150cc Service Manual
• 7150 Parts Manual
• Lubricants
• Owners Manual Pages 1 - 21
• Owners Manual Pages 22 - 30
• TSB149 Key Switch Lubrication
• Owners Manual Model 724 January 2002
• Owners Manual Model 724 August 2004
MODEL 703 MODEL 713 MODEL 7151 MODEL 725
• Operator's Manual Model 703-01 • Owners Manual Model 713
• Owners Manual 3.5hp Indy Car
• Owners Manual Model 713E-0 February 2003
• Owners Manual Model 713E-0 April 2003
• Owners Manual Model 713E-0 June 2003
• Owners Manual Model 713E-0 October 2003
• Owners Manual Model 713E-0 June 2004
• Parts List Addendum Model 713E-0
• 150cc Service Manual
• Fun Kart Safety Manual
• Owners Manual
• Illustrated Parts List
• Warranty Policy
• Owners Manual Model 725 November 1996
• Owners Manual Model 725 January 2002

8XXX - 9XXX series

MODEL 806 MODEL 808 MODEL 810
Owners Manual Model 806-01
Owners Manual Model 806-50
Owners Manual Models 806B-0, U-0
Repair Parts Model 806-00
Owners Manual Model 808-00
Owners Manual Model 808-01
Owners Manual Model 810-00 May 1997
Owners Manual Model 810-00 April 1998
Owners Manual Model 810-01
Owners Manual Model 810U-0
Repair Parts Model 810-03
MODEL 812 MODEL 813 MODEL 906
Operator's Manual Model 812E-01
Repair Parts Model 812-00
Repair Parts Model 812-50
Operator's Manual Operator's Manual Model 906C-4X
Operator's Manual Model 906C-XX January 2001
Operator's Manual Model 906C-XX January 2002
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Posted by Aaron, December 26, 2016

 I am very new to go karting, but luckily my kart had a stock 212 predator (with a performance header already installed).  Since this is just a for fun hobby my wife as imposed tight budget restrictions. So I knew if I wanted to make this thing fast  (obviously) I would have to be very careful with my purchases. I quickly decided the "212cc Predator Performance Air Filter, Adapter & Upgrade Jet" was the best way to start my project.

After a slight issue with the shipping (not Gopowersports fault, the shipper will remain nameless) that I've chalked up to the time of the year it is with the holiday season. In a true show of AMAZING customer service Go Powersports immediately resolved the situation before it really ever became one!

The kit comes exactly as advertised and as specified!! I chose the blue kit with yellow netting and it really changes the appearance of the engine.  But the great looks and ease of installation pale in comparison with the performance improvement!! To say it wakes up this engine would be an understatement! It improves power from idle to as far as you can Rev it! Throttle response and drive ability are also noticeably improved both in GPS data and the much more important seat of the pants-o-meter!

If I hadn't been fortunate enough to have already had the performance header I would have certainly gotten the header option. It is the combination of better air flow in (air filter and adaptor), more fuel (bigger carb jet & e-tube), more air out (performance header). Addressing all areas of engine performance at once gives you the largest improvement while laying the necessary foundations for all  future upgrades!

Next up:
Torque Convertor!
Billet flywheel (non hemi)!
Better valve springs!
Although new wheels and tires are probably going to be the next upgrade (safety)  I am currently running on mix-matched wheels and tires from garage donations 12-8 (or9)-6 and 11-6-6 because with the speeds this thing is doing it is very difficult to control!

Great job Go Powersports!!!  You've gained a customer for life!

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