What kind of DuroMax XP7HPE 7 hp Electric Recoil Start Engine do you need?
Max Torque 13.2 Nm 9.7 ft. lb. Maximum 7 horse power EPA approved 4 stroke engine with electronic ignition. Air Cleaner Dual, Semi-dry, Oil Bath. Shaft Size 3 4 Diameter , 2-3 8 Long, 3 16 Kw, shaft end drilled tapped with 5 16 24 UNF. Dimensions 17.3 L, 16.7 W, 17.12 H. Electric and Recoil Start. Recommended Fuel Type Gasoline - 87 Octane Rating Or Better
What is the advantage of this DuroMax XP7HPE 7 hp Electric Recoil Start Engine?
The DuroMax XP7HPE is the premium performing engine available from DuroMax. This motor features a 196cc – 4 Stroke Overhead Valve design Engine that has an Electric Keyed Start. It can cranks out 7 HP capable of 9.7-Ft Lbs of Torque. The Shaft is 3 4 in diameter and 2-3 8 long, while the end is 5 16 size UNF size 24 Drill and Tapped.
Feeding this workhorse engine is a 1 gallon Fuel Tank which at half load can run 2 hours on a single tank of fuel. It is also EPA and Carb approved for safe use in mandated areas. This Engine can handle everything you can throw at it, whether being used for log splitters, water transfer pumps, or custom go-karts, the DuroMax line of engines will deliver power when you need it.
Key Start for easy operation. Also equipped with back-up recoil start.
Shaft End is 5 16-Inch Size 24 UNF Drilled and Tapped.
Held to the strictest standards, this motor is approved for use in all 50 States.
Max Torque 9.7 ft lb. provides enough power for everything from go-karts to log splitters.
The DuroMax 4 Stroke Engine with Electric Starter can be used to replace old worn out engines on lawn and garden equipment as well as power toys like go karts. Start System Recoil Start. Ignition System Transistorized Magneto. Air Cleaner Dual, Semi-dry, Oil Bath. Max Output 7 HP 3600 RPM. Max Torque 13.2 Nm 9.7 ft. lb. Displacement 196ml, Bore 68, Stroke 54. Shaft Size 3 4 in. Diameter , 2-3 8 in. Long, 3 16 in. Kw, shaft end drilled tapped w 5 16 in. 24 UNF. 17.3 in. L x 16.7 in. W x 17.12 in. H.
Customer reviewsI like it and bought 2
paired this up with a 94 amp alternator using it as a DC generator to charge my battery bank for solar. Today 5-15-17 doing the first run to see how things are doing with it and so far 4 hours later with no break just fine its purring away and low idle feeding my inverter and outputting 30 amps well till the fridge kicks on and pulls the motor down Ill be fixing that problem soon with automation controls ya gotta love what electronics these days can do with the rite combination.