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5 HP Briggs Top No Load RPM ?

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ss74nova

5 HP Briggs Top No Load RPM ?

Looking for the top no load RPM for my 68 Serf 5 HP Briggs 130902 0173.

Did a search but could not come up with any concrete answers. 3750 or 3600 rpm ?

Thanks,

Tim

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quote:Originally posted by ss74nova

5 HP Briggs Top No Load RPM ?Looking for the top no load RPM for my 68 Serf 5 HP Briggs 130902 0173.Did a search but could not come up with any concrete answers. 3750 or 3600 rpm ?Thanks,Tim


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id="quote">3750 is no load sped and when it pulls down(labors) , it will settle in to about 3600.

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