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Customer Reviews for Honda Vertical OHC Engine - 160cc, GCV Series, 25mm x 3 5/32in. Shaft, Model# GCV160AS3A

Honda Vertical OHC Engine - 160cc, GCV Series, 25mm x 3 5/32in. Shaft, Model# GCV160AS3A

Item# 703360
This Honda vertical engine powers lawn mowers, chipper/vacs, log splitters and pressure washers. U.S.A. Not for sale in California. Bore x Stroke in. 2.5 x 2.0, Shaft Output Vertical, Fuel Tank Yes, Engine Type GCV series OHV-commercial duty, Crankshaft N3 type, Dimensions L x W x H in. 14 3/8 x 13 x 13 13/16, Fuel Tank Capacity qt. 0.98, Shaft Rotation From PTO Shaft Side Counterclockwise, Cylinders qty. 1, Engine Displacement cc 160, Compression Ratio 8.51, Flywheel Brake Yes, Ignition System Electronic, Application Lawn mowers, chipper/vacs, log splitters, pressure washers, Governor System Centrifugal mechanical, Carburetor Float, Muffler Included Yes, Start Type Recoil, Torque ft./lbs. 6.90 at 2,500 RPM, Max. RPM 3,600, Shaft Diameter in. 63/64 25mm, Cooling System Air cooled, Oil Capacity qt. 0.58, Bolt Circle in. 8 1/2, Fuel Type Gasoline, Air Cleaner Type Dry paper type, Rated Power HP 4.4, Shaft Length in. 3 5/32, Lubrication System Forced splash, Cylinder Bore Aluminum alloy, EPA/CARB Approval California Air Resource Board Yes. Air-cooled, 4-stroke, OHC single cylinder engine
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Customer Reviews for Honda Vertical OHC Engine - 160cc, GCV Series, 25mm x 3 5/32in. Shaft, Model# GCV160AS3A
Review 1 for Honda Vertical OHC Engine - 160cc, GCV Series, 25mm x 3 5/32in. Shaft, Model# GCV160AS3A
Overall Rating:
3 / 5
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June 1, 2010
By FortWorthJeff
from Fort Worth, TX
"When you purchase this engine, don't the same durability from this as most of Honda's earlier engines.
The camgear is not made as well as it should be and operates both values with the same shaft, unlike other overhead engines from Honda which use pushrods."
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