A.S.E.C.C. Engine Data


Technical Data for
Early Briggs & Stratton Engines

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(Note): Bob Learned passed away on 1/17/98.
These Briggs & Stratton pages are being posted as a memorial to him.

"Briggs & Stratton" is a registered trade mark of the Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Wauwatosa, WI.

Briggs & Stratton data used by permission and belong to their respective owner.
Courtesy of The Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association.

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The information on this page and the following pages is excerpted from the booklet "Data Handbook for early Briggs & Stratton Engines" compiled by Bob Learned. This booklet is a collection of specifications and data for early model Briggs & Stratton Cast Iron engines. The information shown here and in the booklet has been compiled from the best information available to me, but as with all data that has passed through many hands, the accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Information regarding any significant errors will be appreciated.

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Manufacturing Dates Engine Identification Magneto Identification
Carburetor Identification Engine Descriptions F Series Valve Timing
  Bob's Collection  

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Subjects presently available on-line are:
MANUFACTURING DATES, MODELS A thru FJ-2
A cross-reference of serial nos. to manufacturing date for Briggs & Stratton cast iron engines.

MANUFACTURING DATES, MODELS H thru PC
A cross-reference of serial nos. to manufacturing date for Briggs & Stratton cast iron engines.

MANUFACTURING DATES, MODELS Q thru ZZ
A cross-reference of serial nos. to manufacturing date for Briggs & Stratton cast iron engines.

MANUFACTURING DATES, MODELS 5 thru 23
A cross-reference of serial nos. to manufacturing date for Briggs & Stratton cast iron engines.

IDENTIFICATION:
A short discussion of the meaning of Briggs & Stratton model names and some notes on identifying and dating unmarked engines.

MAGNETOS:
Sketches and usage for the three types of magneto used on Briggs & Stratton cast iron engines.

CARBURETORS:
Pictures and usage for the main types of carburetors used on Briggs & Stratton cast iron engines.

DESCRIPTIONS:
Short descriptions of most of the models of Briggs & Stratton cast iron engines. I have included illustrations where possible.


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