177F air-cooled gasoline engine with a gearbox relies on cooling fins or the air around the engine to keep the engine within the operating temperature range. Air-cooled engines are mainly used in motorcycles, lawn mowers, generators, pump sets, saw tables, and various small devices.
The engine oil alarm protects the engine from being damaged by a lack of oil.
The forward-inclined oil injection hole is convenient and safe for oil injection.
The recoil design starts and is easy to operate.
Built-in muffler, good noise reduction effect.
Small size and lightweight: the latest structure and packaging ensure efficient loading.
Reasonable structure and humanization: the whole machine is easy to disassemble and assemble, and it is easy to repair and replace parts.
|Engine Type||4-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, OHV|
|Ignition System||Non-contact transistorized ignition(T.C.I)|
|Starting System||Recoil / Electric starting|
|Engine oil capacity||0.6L|
|Fuel tank capacity||6.5L|
Compared with liquid-cooled engines, air-cooled engines do not require water pumps, coolant, hoses, etc. They have fewer parts, are lighter, and do not have the problem of freezing or leaking coolant. For motorcycles and small machinery, air-cooled engines work very well and cost less.
How does the gearbox work with the engine?
Most modern gearboxes are used to increase torque while reducing the speed of a prime mover output shaft (e.g. a motor crankshaft). This means that the output shaft of a gearbox rotates at a slower rate than the input shaft, and this reduction in speed produces a mechanical advantage, increasing torque