Briggs & Stratton Corporation have returned for the 2015
- Posted April 06, 2015 -
Brownsburg,In (4/5/15) NDRL officials announced Friday that Briggs & Stratton Corporation have returned for the 2015 NDRL-IAM Championship season. Returning for a third year, they will be presenting Nostalgia fans with the Briggs & Stratton Corporation’s Hot August Nights at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison,Il.

This year, Briggs & Stratton Corporation has unveiled their newest item in the form of the Vanguard 810cc EFI engine series, which combines the increased fuel efficiency of a closed-loop electronic fuel injection system with the increased capability of an 810cc engine. The EFI engines were unveiled at the 2014 GIE-EXPO in Louisville, Kentucky. Available in 24, 26 or 28 gross horsepower, the automotive-based closed-loop EFI system is worth up to 25 percent better fuel economy compared to the already efficient 810cc Vanguard carbureted engine.

“After years of engineering, testing and re-testing, we’re ready to deliver an engine line strong enough to tackle any commercial mowing challenge,” said Doug Dougherty, Vice President of North American Service Sales for Briggs & Stratton Corporation. “With parts such as balanced forged crankshaft, connecting rods and flywheel, balanced rotating assembly, and fire ringed head gaskets, we have built an engine that raises the bar. We are also backing this product up with a 24 hour parts guarantee to reduce downtime to the commercial user. Equipment downtime means lost revenue for our commercial customers and this industry exclusive 24 hour parts guarantee exhibits our commitment to this market.”

“We are extremely happy to have Briggs back on board for another season,” said Troy Wilson, NDRL President. “Briggs & Stratton Corporation give you more than an engine, it brings you the most advanced, hard working engine on the market today and the addition of EFI is just the icing on the cake.”

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