Best of 2019: This Video Is Both Educational And Proof That Briggs & Stratton Engines Are Tough Stuff


Best of 2019: This Video Is Both Educational And Proof That Briggs & Stratton Engines Are Tough Stuff

Engines are interesting things, right? They are what power our cars and trucks down the road and they’re also handy for millions of other uses. In this video you’ll see a Briggs & Stratton engine get run with a window cut into it and no oil in the crankcase. How does it work and how does it operate? Frankly these are good lessons for anyone who either is or wants to be messing with engines.

The bet parts of making a video like this are the small engines that you can kill while doing it. Why? The can be hd for ¬†song. We, as “younger” guys hear all the stories of cheap engines and experimentation back in the day. Well the story remains the same today with either these little one bangers or LS engines that guys buy for a few hundred bucks, run and mangle, then replace with another one. The cycle has not changed.

We love the raw nature and cool educational content of this particular video. Watch the whole thing below and if yo have ever wondered about lubrication and/or oil additives, you are going to get a lesson!

Press play below to see how tough Briggs and Stratton engines really are:


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One thought on “Best of 2019: This Video Is Both Educational And Proof That Briggs & Stratton Engines Are Tough Stuff

  1. Piston Pete

    The engines are tough but so is the business of building small engines. After over 30 years in my new adopted home town of Murray, Kentucky, Briggs and Stratton is closing their factory and eliminating 600 of the highest paying jobs in the area.
    To be fair in saying so, not all jobs have been eliminated, some just moved into Missouri and thankfully thats not Japan, Mexico or Taiwan. Nor did they flee in the middle of the night leaving dust and broken promises, there has been several months advance notice, so I guess that’s something.

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