The CR950 horizontal shaft engines provide the best feature value available for light duty residential use. This engine features a Gross Torque* of 12,88 Nm, combined with a 208cc displacement.
Ensures adequate lubrication throughout the crankcase during normal operating conditions.
Delivers low noise and good tonal quality
Optimized fuel delivery for improved startability and superior performance.
Provides improved protection against airborne debris entering the engine
Adds integrity and durability that withstand wear and abuse while providing improved oil control.
Ensures maintenance-free, easy starting.
Optimized performance that delivers longer engine life and improved fuel economy.
Controls the engine speed to deliver more usable power under heavy usage.
Provides added durability and extends engine life
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* Power levels are stated gross torque per SAE J1940 as rated by Briggs & Stratton.
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