19.5 Horsepower Briggs And Stratton Opposed Twin Cylinder Engine




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miguel villarreal: does that engine have an oil filter?

Dem Guiz: zoom out already.

Steve Place: Just a thought, but on many of our older drag car carburetors, we would drill a small 1/8'' hole in the butterfly to help lean it out at idle.   On our blown injected motors, the butterflies have similar holes in them. ----  I have this very same engine and a small 1/16'' hole in the butterfly might lean it out a bit.   

ethan “One Toxic Redneck” carter: You should pull out the teccy and see if it runs and maybe give it a "go then blow" kinda thing lol

jsgold2000: I bought a mower in 2000 with one of these on it.....Great motor! I rebuilt the carb and fuel pump 3 years ago and last year replaced the coil. Does not smoke or use any oil. Runs great! Keep the filters cleaned and oil changed and they will run a very long time.

knighthawk86855: I have a 20 hp opposed twin ....nothing sounds like em....will never trade mine for anything!!!

Chad Williams: These are great old motors. The only thing I hate about them though is the way the starter is mounted. One of the bolts to the starter is way back there under the flywheel. 

It's a pain to get the starter bolt out unless you take the flywheel off.

fnaguitarplayer9: Yes, I'm just not using it on anything right now. thanks for watching!

ethan carter: Do you still have this engine?

fnaguitarplayer9: haha I did it one time along time ago just to see, it sounds pretty good haha thanks for watching!

Nick'sGarageDoorService: The next time you pull this thing out, start it up without the muffler. Trust me, it's worth it. :-)

fnaguitarplayer9: the model is 461707 I don't have the type number, i can tell you this, its the model without the oil pump/filter. thanks for watching!

RYAN MAITLAND: Can you give me the model and type number off that engine

fnaguitarplayer9: oh wow i didn't know that. I'm not sure what year this is, its 2000 something if i remember right. thanks for watching!!!

ThunderDivine: Synthetic oil might dissolve the gaskets seals, then it will leak oil real bad. Depends what year and model tho

Nick'sGarageDoorService: Haha! Probably.

GoatDriver Ram: LOL, that would be a synchronized nightmare.

fnaguitarplayer9: yeah there is. Theres a few different types on these motors. Wander if a person could fill the jet up with solder then drill it to a smaller spec? might not be the best option, but it might work. that would be neat! I know these twins drink the gas though!

Nick'sGarageDoorService: @fnaguitarplayer9 Wait a sec, there's actually an adjustable carb for these??? lol I always thought it would be cool to try to adapt a V-twin 2-barrel carb onto an opposed...

fnaguitarplayer9: I know what your seeing, When i first got this motor all the wires were cut on it, i had to splice in the old style uncovered on "drivers side" plug, so it looks like theres no plug wire on it! I had to watch it again myself to remember that! I'd like to find another carburetor for mine, that has the adjustment on it. I'd hate to use this to cut grass, I'd probably burn 5 gallons haha happy new year to you to, and thanks for watching it again haha
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