EFI now available in Vanguard Big Block engine

photo: www.briggsandstratton.com

Briggs & Stratton Commercial Power launched its Vanguard air-cooled V-Twin Big Block EFI engine in time for the GIE-EXPO. The engine is designed to give landscape contractors power and durability with the fuel efficiency of a closed-loop electronic fuel injection system, according to the company.

“Since Vanguard pioneered the big block engine category in turf in 2005, they have been famous for delivering big power in a compact air-cooled engine,” said Jim Cross, marketing manager for Briggs & Stratton Commercial Power. “With the Big Block EFI engine, operators are getting that versatile all-day power with the added benefit of a more fuel-efficient power source.”

The EFI technology is available in its 33 and 37 horsepower Big Block engines. It features an automotive-based closed-loop EFI system for up to 25 percent better fuel economy compared to carbureted Big Block engines.

The Big Block EFI engine offers diagnostic features to arm fleet or dealer technicians with information about the engine’s performance.

The new engine joins a lineup of Vanguard EFI engines, including the closed-loop 810 EFI engines for zero-turn commercial mowers.

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