Exmark intros 708cc and 452cc engines

January 8, 2015 -  By

Exmark introduced two engines designed specifically for its zero-turn mower applications: the 708cc V-twin engine and the 452cc single-cylinder engine.

Both engines feature overhead valve designs, cast iron cylinder liners, oversized crankshaft bearings and triple-ring pistons.

 

Exmark's Quest E- and S-Series machines are the first to be available with the 708cc engine. Photo: Exmark

Exmark’s Quest E- and S-Series machines are available with the 708cc. Photo: Exmark

708cc V-twin engine

The 708cc V-twin engine includes an air intake design aimed at reducing dust and debris build-up. According to the company, the intake system delivers more air to the engine for increased power and fuel efficiency as well as reduced operating temperature.

In addition, the engine features a vacuum choke override and a quick-drain system that allows users to drain oil without tools.

The company’s Quest E- and S-Series machines are the first to be available with this twin-cylinder engine.

The 452cc engine will first be available on Exmark's 34-in. Quest S-Series machines. Photo: Exmark

The 452cc engine will first be available on Exmark’s 34-in. Quest S-Series machines. Photo: Exmark

452cc single-cylinder engine

The 452cc single-cylinder engine is designed for use with Exmark’s small zero-turn mowers.

The engine includes an optimized balance shaft design for reduced engine vibration and an automatic compression.

It also features full-pressure lubrication and a standard dual-stage oil filtration system.

The 452cc will first be available on the company’s 34-in. Quest S-Series machines.

 

 

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