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Replacement Briggs & Stratton Engine 19HP - FREE DELIVERY

€700,00
Engine Technology Single cylinder, 4-stroke, air cooled, OHV (Overhead Valve)
Model Number 33R8
Gross Torque (Nm) @ 3,600 rpm 41,56*
Displacement (cc) 540
Cylinder Cast Iron Sleeve
Bore (mm) 94,0
Stroke (mm) 77,8
Oil Capacity (l) 1,4
Dry Weight (kg) 29,5
Dimensions Length (mm) 479
Dimensions Width (mm) 411
Dimensions Height (mm) 327
Cartridge Air Cleaner with foam pre-cleaner (dual element)
Provides improved protection against airborne debris entering the engine
AVS - Anti-Vibration System
Patented linear balancing system eliminates side-to-side motion of traditional systems. Provide less vibration and smoother operation.
Cast Iron Sleeve
Adds integrity and durability that withstand wear and abuse while providing improved oil control.
OHV Technology
Optimized performance that delivers longer engine life and improved fuel economy
Pressure Lubrication with Oil Filter
Provides a controlled flow of clean oil to the bearing surfaces and throughout the crankcase reducing wear and extending engine life.
Magnetron Electronic Ignition System
Ensures maintenance free easy starting
Mechanical Governor
Controls the engine speed to deliver more usable power under heavy usage
Float Feed Carburetor
Optimized fuel delivery for improved startability and superior performance
Splash Lubrication
Ensures adequate lubrication throughout the crankcase during normal operating conditions.
Optional Full Pressure Lubrication with Oil Filter
Is similar to an automotive engine that continuously delivers oil under pressure to critical engine components for maximum lubrication and long engine life.
High Oil Fill Tube
Allows for easier maintenance
Higher Torque
Provides more power resulting in improved equipment productivity


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