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Old 08-10-2011, 05:04 PM
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Originally Posted by karl View Post
If it works on a small briggs and sratton it will work on a big briggs and stratton.
With that argument, I could go out and 2-stroke the 318 in my truck!
Anyways, not without a ridiculous amount of re-engineering.

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2 strokes produce more power.
Due to the elimination of many power-robbing moving parts, like the valvetrain.

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Do this to a 400 some CC 10hp briggs and how many horsepower would you get?
Unless you have one he// of a machine shop and a ton of time and material on your hands, less than 10!

Hey- take a whack at it, go ahead. Just don't bet the farm on it.
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