"The Honda 163cc GX Series OHV commercial-grade engine is designed for the most demanding commercial applications. It has set an industry standard for reliability and durability. Overhead Valve design offers cooler, fuel-efficient operation and cast iron cylinder sleeve provides longer service life. The GX is reliable, easy starting and quiet running. Meets EPA and CARB emission levels standards. This legendary engine has earned the reputation as the preferred engine for construction equipment. Common applications include pressure washers, compressors, go-karts, log splitters and chipper/shredders. Application Pressure washer, compressor, generator, water pump, Choke Control Manual, Auto Compression Release Yes, PTO Height in. 4 11/64, Shaft Length in. 2 7/16, Fuel Tank Standard White, Air Cleaner Type Dual element, Fuel Type Gasoline, Ignition System Electronic, Compression Ratio 91, Shaft Keyway in. 3/16, Muffler Included Yes, standard, Shaft Output Horizontal, Cooling System Air cooled, Low Oil Shutdown Yes, Oil Capacity qt. 0.61, Lubrication System Forced splash, Shaft Rotation From PTO Shaft Side Counterclockwise, Rated Power HP 4.8, Shaft Diameter in. 3/4, Engine Type GX series OHV commercial-duty, Carburetor Float, external vent, Throttle Control Remote wire, Crankshaft Q-type, Bolt Circle in. 3 5/8, EPA/CARB Approval California Air Resource Board Yes, Mounting Base L x W in. 6 3/8 x 3 5/32 to 3 11/32, Max. RPM 3,600, Torque ft./lbs. 7.60 at 2,500 RPM, Charging System Amps 1, Dimensions L x W x H in. 12 x 13 3/8 x 12 1/2, Fuel Tank Capacity qt. 3.3, Start Type Electric w/recoil backup, Engine Displacement cc 163, Cylinder Bore Cast iron, Cylinders qty. 1, Shaft End Tapped Diameter in./Threads per inch 5/16-24, Governor System Centrifugal mechanical, Bore x Stroke in. 2.7 x 1.8. Automatic decompression for easy starting Lamp charging system Heavy-duty ball bearing supported crankshaft Double walled heavy-duty tank with in tank fuel strainer Battery cables not included 50-state compliant engine"
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