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Old 02-17-2005, 04:34:40 PM
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With out a tag how can the size of Novo engines be determined? What ar the flywheel sizes of the smaller engines?
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Jim,I have a 11/2hp Novo and the flywheel dia. is 15 inches. Chip
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Hi

Novo engine size

1 1/2 HP bottom of base to top of water hopper 28 + inches
2 HP Bottom of base to top of water hopper 33 1/2 inches

I can measure the 3 HP if some one needs that

Bob

Out west on the high desert
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Default Re: Novo Size

Every part number cast into the pieces of my 1-1/2 HP Novo starts with "1 1/2"-I assume this is true w/all Novos, but haven't looked at any big ones...
exceptions-the carb & fuel pump part #'s start w/ "1". I'm guessing these parts are common to the 1 horse???
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