What engine does a Honda Izy have?
Honda GVC160 engine
As the new and improved version of the HRG 536 SD, the Honda Izy HRG 536 VK also features the powerful Honda GVC160 engine, producing 160cc and 4.4hp of power. This model also features a variable power drive and selective mulching, alongside a grass collector with a greater capacity of 85 litres.
Is Honda Izy self propelled?
The Honda Izy HRG 416 SK lawn mower features single-speed drive and being self-propelled it will set a steady pace so you can get your lawn mowing done in no time at all.
What fuel does a Honda Izy use?
normal unleaded petrol
a) Fill up the petrol tank with normal unleaded petrol. Note: All Honda lawnmowers have 4-stroke engines which means they run on normal unleaded petrol.
Will my Honda Izy run on E10 fuel?
Honda Lawn & Garden Equipment All Honda Power Equipment products with petrol engines, produced for the EU market since 1993 YM (year model), are compatible with E10 petrol.
How much oil does Honda Izy take?
1 x Honda 0.6 litre 4 stroke oil. 1 x Honda spark plug. 1 x Honda air filter. 1 x Honda fuel stabiliser.
How much oil do I put in my Honda Izy?
*Free 600ml bottle of oil with this machine. A 41cm wide, lightweight single speed petrol mower….Honda 4-Stroke Engine Starter Kit.
|Engine Model||GCVx 145|
|Engine Rated Power (kW/rpm)||2.7/2,900|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (L)||0.91|
|Engine Oil Capacity (L)||0.5|
How do you start a Honda self propelled lawn mower?
Prestart checks: Check the oil level, inspect gas level, check the roto stop, check the choke, turn on the gas tap and check the mower blade. Step 1: Set drive control. Step 2: Set the throttle lever. Step 3: Use the starter rope, or in the case of an electric starter, use the starter switch.
Does E10 fuel damage lawn mower engines?
“Ethanol causes corrosion to fuel components and attracts water. It can block your capillaries in your carburettor causing all sorts of engine issues. It’s corrosive properties can erode your engine away.”
Does E10 fuel damage engines?
E10 petrol’s higher bioethanol content is corrosive to rubber parts, gaskets, seals, metals and plastics, which causes engine damage, so it could dislodge deposits in older engines and fuel systems, causing blockages. It should only be used with expert advice, which means pretty much never.
Can I use 5w30 instead of 10W30 in my Honda lawn mower?
If your mower manual calls for a 5W-30 engine oil, using a 10W-30 oil is also acceptable. The only difference between the two oils is the low temperature point, with the 5W-30 functioning slightly better than the 10W-30.