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Designed for hand-held equipment, the GX25 mini 4-stroke engine weighs only 6 pounds

September 01, 2002

HondaDesigned for hand-held equipment, the GX25 mini 4-stroke engine weighs only 6 pounds and features a .29-kW/kg power-to-rate ratio. It replaces the GX22. Mechanical decompression provides easy start-up and rapid acceleration. The engine can be operated or stored in any position.

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