The Super Quiet Series EU7000is portable generator incorporates electronic fuel injection, resulting in greater fuel efficiency and longer operating times than the EU6500is model it replaces.
Features separate triple chamber construction, a...
The GX630, GX660, GX690, GXV630, GXV660 and GXV690 V-Twin engines come in horizontal and vertical shaft configurations.
Deliver 20.3 to 22.3 net hp and 35.2- to 35.6 lbs.-ft. net torque
36-blade low noise resin cooling fan improves cooling...
The Honda GXR120 general purpose engine suitable to power rammers from 50 to 80 liters. The displacement of the engine increases up to 121 cu. cm to boost engine power to 2.6 kW.
OHC (Overhead Camshaft layout) configuration with camshaft...
Honda Power Equipment announced the launch of a new dealer program designed to support Honda Power Equipment, Honda Engines and Honda Marine product dealers participating in the company’s global sustainability initiatives.
Honda's GS Series engines feature a cast iron sleeve, dual element air cleaner, ball bearing supported crankshaft and a cast aluminum valve cover.
4-Stroke overhead cam design
Internal timing belt to minimize mechanical noise
Improved fan shaft shear bolt design.
2" taller handlebars, while still using existing cables, wires and controls
Standard worklight (factory installed)
Improved cold-weather performance to prevent carburetor / breather tube icing...
The GX120, GX160 and GX200 single-cylinder, horizontal-shaft engines offer improved fuel economy via changes in valve timing, compression ratio, carburetor settings and cooling system modifications.
Power ratings from 3.5 to 5.5 net hp
Honda Power Equipment has invested three years of technology innovation into its research and development to reengineer three product lines, the Economy Series, the Deluxe Series and the Industrial Series. The result is a lineup of advanced generator...
Both the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
(CPSC) and American Honda Motor Co. voluntarily
recalled Honda and Mantis Mini Tillers, over fire
hazards the tillers pose. The CPSC recalled about
6,150 tillers on November 16, 2010.