Mike Goss: Put some slick 50 in it,bet it fires back up
TheAABAize1: briggs is the best
V8Mike93: nothing duck tape cant fix!!
Barnekkid: I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did. Must be a pretty good engine.
9020powrmax: Now i see the reason you ran so fast upon startup.. LOLOLOL!!! That engine is definitley freakED!
briggsandstratton121: nooooo why
copyrman08: Cant really see the point in your little demostration
bubbabouyi: runs better than my briggs h/o with oil , fried many of them.hopefully someday briggs might make acomeback and be a great engine again
MisterFlaherty: I had a Briggs engine on a Montgomery Ward mower that I found in my grandma's garage. It had been there for longer than I was alive. (I was 22). I pulled it out, changed the plug, put fresh gas in it...and it started right up. I mowed her grass with it for two summers (once a week from Apr-October'ish) before I thought to check the oil.
There was NONE. I disassembled the engine and there was no trace of liquid in the engine. I put her to rest after that. lol...I made a lamp out of her!
1972FordF150: Take a 30 year old Briggs&Stratton and do that, You can now the lawn pretty much mow all summer with no oil and it it'll still be going.
borderlineartistic: lol sounds kinda like a car on the rev limiter boing boing boing
Justin Rilley: You go take an old Briggs & Straton and run it like that and it wont let you down
SAGKFCASBOST1CSX: THAY JUST DONT BUILD EM LIKE THAY USE TO
drewboydrummer11: that was aswome heck yeah
brandondeboom: still has compression guys... balancer flew out the back though... engine was freaked to begin with, quality briggs and stratton!!!
Matthew Poole: Poor briggs didn't deserve to die it did nothing wrong it even ran really good until you rich assholes had to go kill it
Engine run wide open throttle with no oil(briggs and stratton)5
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