Nate Bickford: Those old opposed twins had such a cool sound to em.
Random Videos: What where you doing to the screw, I need to adjust that on mine, but I can't find any videos on it. My mower won't idle and if I turn it up to much it revs way up and feels like it's about to blow
Lee K: mine only turns over with a car battery any reason for this? the starter seems to spin up pretty good with the plugs out
R Verro: I have to ask what could cause my 20.5 Briggs for not keeping a steady speed on idle ? It rarely happens on higher rpm's but, at idle, it goes up and down over and over again.Thanks.
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.
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