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Old 11-10-2013, 06:39 PM
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One more bump for the no-load spec for the 407777– 0128- E1. I cannot find it. The 445577-6187 seems much quieter @ 3300 RPM than the 407777– 0128 and I am just curious if it was a faster RPM unit.

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Old 11-12-2013, 04:42 PM
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Last Bump B&S Tech Support says 3300 RPM

Last Bump, B&S Tech Support says 3300 RPM is the no-load for it.
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Old 11-13-2013, 10:44 AM
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Cast Iron sleeves
16 amp alternator with reg
fuel pump on cyl #2
top no load 3600
no muffler included
dual element air cleaner

The engine appears to be a pretty standard service engine used in many different applications

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Old 11-13-2013, 07:36 PM
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Cast Iron sleeves
16 amp alternator with reg
fuel pump on cyl #2
top no load 3600
no muffler included
dual element air cleaner

The engine appears to be a pretty standard service engine used in many different applicationsScott
Thanks,

Talk to me about the Dual Element Air filter, below is a pic of mine. Looks like a single element to me.
I have never dealt with this kind of filter and cannot find instructions on changing it. It looks like one just pulls it out and up, or perhaps twists it but for the life of me I cannot find instructions. Its not ready for a service change but I wanted to pull it just to get to know how.
I dare not experiment with a yank or twist.

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