Vanguard expands the EFI (Electronic fuel inection) range with the new 993cc and 37hp two-cylinder engine, which can count on all the advantages of electronic injection technology, including fuel savings of up to 25%, an increase in power and efficiency , in addition to a better load capacity and an extremely reliable start up.
All Briggs & Stratton Vanguard engines in EFI version are designed to work even in the most extreme conditions of use and thanks to the Electronic Control Module (ECM), the EFI Vanguard system always offers better efficiency and greater productivity.
Thanks to these characteristics, the Vanguard EFI engines have obtained new positioning on the professional mower models of the brands Scag, Ferris, Wright and Walker.
"The addition of new products in the Vanguard range allows our customers to choose the ideal engine with high quality performance," said Randy Ballard, vice president of Consumer and Commercial Turf Engine Sales at Briggs & Stratton. "Customers who opt for the power of Vanguard engines receive a premium, field-proven engine that is guaranteed to get the job done."
The 37Hp V-Twin twin-axis Vanguard (V-Twin Big Block) engines in EFI version are now available in the following professional machines; Scag Turf Tiger II, Ferris Z3X, Wright Stander ZK and Stander X, Walker H37i.
"The integration of the 37hp Vanguard EFI in our range further improved the status of our Turf Tiger II machine," said Dennis Opalacz, Sales Sales Director at Scag Power Equipment.
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