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Power Rating Label
What does the RPM specification mean on your Power Rating Labels?
Our redesigned engine power rating labels will now include a RPM statement. If the label indicates Horse Power, it will now also state "at 3600 rpm." If the label indicates the engine's Torque Rating, it will state "at 2600 rpm."
Please be aware that the stated RPM specification on the label is NOT the engine's Top-No-Load Speed specification, and it should not be used as the basis for governed speed adjustments. The label's RPM specification is shown as the engine speed in which the rated Horse Power or Torque Rating was achieved.
For information regarding the Top-No-Load Speed specification for your engine, please consult with a local Briggs & Stratton .
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