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Old Briggs Stratton engine

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F.E. Bear

12-16-2010 07:25:38

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I have access to an OLD B&S engine model # 9R6, type 201810, serial # 173813. I can't find anything about it on the I-net and I also called an old B&S dealer and they couldn't tell me anything about it. I was told it came from an old cement mixer. How old is it and what HP. It does have a 6:1 gear reduction on it and I don't know if it runs. HELP! Thanks in advance!


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Kentb of SWMO

12-17-2010 06:48:08

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 Re: Old Briggs Stratton engine in reply to F.E. Bear, 12-16-2010 07:25:38  
The Briggs Model 9 uses the MAGNEMATIC magneto. The coil on this mag. can go bad sitting. Coil P/N 290880 no longer available from Briggs. When the coil is bad, the engine will run OK at idle/low RPM. AS you throttle the engine up it will start to run poorly. You will think you have a carb problem but the true problem is a bad coil. If you look around the web you can find my coil conversion for this engine. The Files section of the Briggs group on YAHOO is one place. You must join the group to access the files section.


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12-16-2010 10:01:23

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 Re: Old Briggs Stratton engine in reply to F.E. Bear, 12-16-2010 07:25:38  
You wrote: "I can't find anything about it on the I-net"

Well, I guess you didn't check out the ASECC site, then!

Model 9, "Reduction 6"

Made December of 1949.

1.75 to 3.35 HP @ 1800 - 3600 RPM.s

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