This beast, produced by Kohler in the 1940s, produces 6,500 watts of pure power. It runs good and smooth, with literally next to no vibration. It will not make a lightbulb flicker like a single-cylinder generator tends to do. It puts out 110/220 volts AC. The engine is an inline 4-cylinder which produces somewhere around 20 horsepower. it is equipped with shutdown sensors that will shut it down if it loses oil pressure or the water temperature gets too high. It has an oil bath air cleaner and full-pressure lubrication with spin-on oil filter. It has a fuel pump that runs off the camshaft. It can be primed by pumping the priming lever under the pump.
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