Blow through Snow this Winter with a New Briggs & Stratton Engine
October 12th, 2009:
As the economic downturn forces consumers to seek out new ways to save, offering repower opportunities may prove to be the perfect way to satisfy consumer needs and boost dealer sales. Not only does repowering make sense financially, it also makes sense for the environment too. Today's engines are quieter, more fuel-efficient and produce less harmful emissions. For these reasons, consumers should consider replacing their old engine with a new and improved model.
The Briggs & Stratton 1450 Snow Series engines may be just right for repower opportunities. They are some of the most versatile engines in the Briggs & Stratton lineup and compare well to other competitive offerings. These versatile engines help to eliminate fit issues in repowering a unit, and provide the superior performance of OHV technology with added features that create an even more enjoyable user experience. These features include an Aluminized Lo-ToneT muffler for exceptionally quiet operation, easy-to-use controls, and easily accessible maintenance points. The 1450 Snow Series engines boast maintenance-free Magnetron« electronic ignitions that deliver quick and reliable starts. The engines also feature a two-year consumer warranty. The 1450 Snow Series engine can generate 14.50 gross foot-pounds of torque and is appropriate for dual-stage snow throwers.
With a little effort, repowering today's snow equipment with new, fully warranted Briggs & Stratton engines, like the 1450 Snow Series, is simple. Repower engines are both cost effective and better for the environment, while also offering the dealer the potential to generate more revenue. Contact your local IDN member with any questions you may have on Briggs & Stratton snow engines or parts.
Written By: Briggs & Stratton Power Pulse
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