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Honda GX35 Four-Stroke Handheld Engine

April 14th, 2009

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The GX35 mini four-stroke engine is Honda’s most powerful engine for handheld applications. The 35.8cc GX35 which incorporates Honda’s 360-degree-inclinable any side up, mini four-stroke technology, is the lightest and most compact engine of its kind. This powerful engine effectively bridges the weight gap with the two-stroke competition while delivering all the advantages of a four-stroke engine. The innovative design of the GX35 allows it to be used and stored in any position. The engine’s exclusive, Honda rotary-slinger lubrication system keeps oil in a completely misted state and circulates it using pressure fluctuations generated by the movement of the piston. Built-in passages effectively return the circulated oil to the oil reservoir, ensuring that oil cannot accidentally flow into the combustion chamber.

 

 

 

 

 

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