What is a Cyclone air cleaner?
A cyclone is centrifugal separator where the particles are swung as a result of their mass by the centrifugal force to the outside. Entering air is automatically forced a rapidly spinning double vortex movement, so-called “double-vortex”.
How much horsepower does a Honda GX160 motor have?
|Engine Type||Air-cooled 4-stroke OHV|
|Net Power Output*||4.8 HP (3.6 kW) @ 3,600 rpm|
|Net Torque||7.6 lb-ft (10.3 Nm) @ 2,500 rpm|
|PTO Shaft Rotation||Counterclockwise (from PTO shaft side)|
|Compression Ratio||9.0 : 1|
Is a Honda GX160 2 stroke or 4-stroke?
Being a 4-stroke engine, it means that it meets the worlds most stringent environmental legislation and emits very few emissions, has low fuel and oil consumption and reduced vibration and noise levels.
What is a Honda GX160 used for?
The Honda GX160 engine is ideal for agricultural equipment, air compressors, chippers, shredders, hammer mills, generators, go-karts, pressure washers, pumps, small construction equipment, reel-type lawn mowers and more.
How does a cyclone air filter work?
A cyclone is a centrifugal separator in which particles, due to their mass, are pushed to the outer edges as a result of centrifugal force. Incoming air is automatically forced to adopt a fast-revolving spiral movement – the so-called “double vortex”.
What is RPM for Honda GX160?
|Engine Type||Air-cooled 4-stroke OHV||Air-cooled 4-stroke OHV|
|Bore x Stroke||60 X 43.5 mm||68 X 45 mm|
|Displacement||122 cm3||163 cm3|
|Net Power Output*||3.2 hp (2.4 kW) @ 3,600 rpm||4.8 hp (3.6 kW) @ 3,600 rpm|
What size motor is a Honda GX160?
Why are cyclone dust collectors better?
Cyclone separators typically separate 99% of the dust particles >10 microns from the air stream and deposit them into a collection bin before reaching the filter. This means you won’t have to clean your shop vac or dust collector filter nearly as often if you use a cyclone separator.
Can you use synthetic oil in a Honda lawnmower?
Can I use synthetic oil in my Honda engine? Honda engines are developed, tested and certified with petroleum based motor oils as a lubricant. Synthetic oils may be used; however, any motor oil used in our engines must meet all oil requirements as stated in the owner’s manual.