Equipment Type

Honda Power Equipment

Two dry-gas V-twin engines operate on propane or natural gas to reduce emissions, increase engine durability and improve fuel economy.

October 01, 2003

HondaTwo dry-gas V-twin engines operate on propane or natural gas to reduce emissions, increase engine durability and improve fuel economy. They have a two-barrel mixer for gaseous carburetion in place of a traditional carburetor. Both engines have an oil-cooler adapter on the oil-filter base and oil cooler to optimize oil temperatures. The GX620K1 develops 14.5 horsepower on natural gas and 17 horsepower on propane. The GX670 develops 16.3 horsepower on natural gas and 19.4 horsepower on propane.

recent articles on Engines, Gasoline

  • The 6.5-horsepower Vanguard 200 will be available in 2018.

    Briggs & Stratton Commercial Power has introduced the first of a complete line of single-cylinder, horizontal-shaft commercial gasoline engines under its premium Vanguard brand.

  • FX850V-EFI engine extends the company’s EFI line and incorporates a fully integrated electronic governor (e-Gov) and an advanced ECU that instantly matches power to cutting load and ground speed.

More like this

Add comment

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.
CE-Engines Gasoline
Overlay Init