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Novo Engine Questions


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Old 07-31-2018, 03:55:43 PM
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Got this from a buddy, has spark, good compression, so should run. Not all original, but I'm ok with that I guess.

Anyway, how much oil do these rascals hold, and is the correct rotation clockwise at the flywheel? Thanks in advance!
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Btw, sorry if this is posted in the wrong area.
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Its a model AG 1 1/2-2hp circa 1930.An internet search will yield better info.
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It is clockwise to start it.i got one just like it and it runs pretty good
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Thank you!!!!
Neat little engine for sure. I found a few vids on Utoob, and they sound nice.
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