Honda Motor Co. Ltd. has introduced what it calls the world’s lightest 4-stroke engine for power equipment. The GX25 is a 0.25L engine that can operate at any inclination, making it usable in a wide range of handheld implements. The company says that the unique design enables the implement powered by the GX25 to be operated and stored in any position. The GX25, says Honda, also meets the Environmental Protection Agency’s Phase II emissions regulations for such equipment and will be ...
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