Engine Specifications Online
Can I get specification information from your website?
To view common specifications for all our popular engine models, please download our Engine Specifications Check Chart (PDF).
Your complete source of specification information would be your engine's Repair Manual (Lookup Repair Manual by Model Series). In addition, your engine provides basic specifications such as valve settings, bore, stroke, etc.
For a general guide, our Replacement Engine Catalog PDF (MS-5568) contains all of our service replacement engines. This catalog shows all of our service replacement engines and also provides the measurements of the engines, specification information, and other valuable dimensions, numbers, etc.
PLEASE NOTE: The engines listed in this catalog are meant to fit a wide variety of equipment and may NOT necessarily be the exact engine you have currently on your equipment or the one that you are planning on purchasing.
Please be advised that The Replacement Engine Catalog PDF is approximately 38 MB in size.
For a listing of our vertical service replacement engines, please visit our Vertical Shaft Replacement Engine FAQ.
For a listing of our horizontal shaft replacement engines, please visit our Horizontal Shaft Replacement Engine FAQ.
If you wish to replace your current engine, ensure that your replacement engine will fit and perform properly with your existing application by consulting a local Briggs & Stratton Authorized Dealer.
Engine Power Rating Information
The gross power rating for individual gas engine models is labeled in accordance with SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) code J1940 (Small Engine Power & Torque Rating Procedure), and rating performance has been obtained and corrected in accordance with SAE J1995 (Revision 2002-05). Torque values are derived at 2600 RPM; horsepower values are derived at 3600 RPM. Actual gross engine power will be lower and is affected by, among other things, ambient operating conditions and engine-to-engine variability. Given both the wide array of products on which engines are placed and the variety of environmental issues applicable to operating the equipment, the gas engine will not develop the rated gross power when used in a given piece of power equipment (actual "on-site" or net horsepower). This difference is due to a variety of factors including, but not limited to, accessories (air cleaner, exhaust, charging, cooling, carburetor, fuel pump, etc.), application limitations, ambient operating conditions (temperature, humidity, altitude), and engine-to-engine variability. Due to manufacturing and capacity limitations, Briggs & Stratton may substitute an engine of higher rated power for this Series engine.
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