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Is the slope access ability of Briggs & Stratton engines with an oil filter better than for Honda?

Is the slope access ability of Briggs & Stratton engines with an oil filter better than for Honda? 11. 2. 2014

Is the slope access ability of Briggs & Stratton engines with an oil filter better than it is for the Honda GCV/GSV engines?

We often hear (and this mistake is spread even by dealers) that the slope access ability of the Briggs & Stratton engines of the 850 I/C line (formerly Intec) is higher because they are equipped with an oil filter and a pressure lubrication - IT IS NOT TRUE. According to the official materials of the producer, these engines are ONLY equipped with an additional oil pump which pushes the oil through an additional oil filter, i.e. it prolongs the lifetime of the engine oil to a certain extent. It is no pressure lubrication and it does not increase the slope access ability of the engines!!! No doubt this line of Briggs & Stratton engines is very good but it is only lubricated with spraying with the OHV system and their actual slope access ability is lower than it is for the HONDA GCV/GSV engines.