Brochures & Promo Honda Engine iGX390

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    The iGX390 engine is equipped with an electronic, factory-programmed speed regulator suitable for applications that require features like ‘Auto-Idle' and ‘Auto-Choke'.

    As well as standard GX engine features, the iGX versions have the following advanced features:

    • An electronic governor system to keep the engine speed stable under changing loads
    • Different engine speed characteristics available pre-programmed from the factory include: auto-idle, fixed RPM switch mode and variable RPM mode
    • Easy starting with an automatic choke even without a battery
    • The auto idle system offers big advantages in fuel consumption and user comfort
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    iGX390 Technical Sheet

    iGX390
    Engine type 4-stroke single cylinder
    OHV petrol engine
    25° inclined cylinder
    horizontal shaft
    Cylinder sleeve typeCast iron sleeve
    Bore x Stroke 88 x 64 mm
    Displacement389 cm³
    Compression ratio8.2 : 1
    Net power 8.7 kW ( 11.7 HP ) / 3600 rpm
    Cont. rated power 6.4 kW ( 8.6 HP ) / 3000 rpm
    7.0 kW ( 9.4 HP ) / 3600 rpm
    Max. net torque 26.5 Nm / 2.7 kgfm / 2500 rpm
    Ignition systemDigital CDI with variable ignition timing
    Governor systemElectronic
    StarterRecoil and electric
    ChokeAutomatic
    Fuel tank capacity6.1 Liter
    Fuel cons. at cont. rated power 3.5 L/h - 3600 rpm
    Engine oil capacity1.1 Liter
    Dimensions (L x W x H) 409 x 484 x 448 mm
    Dry weight37.0 kg
    Consistent method of rating engine power

    Towards a consistent method of rating engine power across all product lines.


    As the world's largest engine manufacturer, Honda has decided to apply a consistent method of rating engine power across all product lines; Auto, Motorcycle and Power Equipment; following the notion of ‘Net' power, rather than ‘Gross'. We would like to announce to you that Honda will be the first engine manufacturer to rate all general purpose engines at Net kW (Horsepower) in accordance with the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) J1349 test procedure. At the same timing we will also change the way of indicating the torque values (also measured with the ‘Net' setup), fuel consumption (change from g/kW.hr to L/hr) and fuel tank capacity.


    Effective for the 2007 model year, Honda kW (HP) specifications for all general purpose engines will be calculated pursuant to SAE J1349 for net power ratings. These net calculations represent changes in the method in which engine power is measured and will result in a change from 2006 published kW (HP) values for individual engine models. Net kW (HP) is calculated with the air cleaner and muffler attached. Gross power calculations are generated without those features. It is important to note that our engines and their power output will be unchanged.


    Honda has adopted SAE net power calculations in part as a convenience for the many end users that are buying a product ‘Powered by Honda'. By standardizing our worldwide engine power ratings in accordance with SAE J1349, everybody in the market will enjoy a consistent value for each of our distinct engine models regardless of country of manufacture or sale. The use of this standard will also allow our customers to more easily determine the suitability of an engine for a particular application.


    In 2007, Honda will begin to transition all Honda general purpose engines documentation (catalogues, websites, owner's manuals, etc.) to ultimately identify these SAE J1349 ratings where kW (HP) and related values (like torque) are provided.


    Honda has always been committed to providing our business partners and customers with the highest quality, most reliable and efficient general purpose engines that we can produce. Since no mechanical changes will be made to our general purpose engine line-up in relation to the SAE J1349 ratings, you and your customers can expect the identical levels of power output, quality, durability and performance that you have come to expect from our engine products.


    Attached table of kW according to SAEJ1349


    The power rating of the engine indicated in this table is the net power output tested on a production engine for the engine model and measured in accordance with SAE J1349 at a specified RPM. Mass production engines may vary from this value. Actual power output for the engine installed in the final machine will vary depending on numerous factors, including the operating speed of the engine in application, environmental conditions, maintenance, and other variables.





    Net Power
    ModelkWHPrpm
    GX1002,12,83.600
    GX1202,63,53.600
    GX1603,64,83.600
    GX2004,15,53.600
    GC1603,44,63.600
    GC1903,95,23.600
    GX2405,97,93.600
    GX2706,38,43.600
    GX340810,73.600
    GX3908,711,73.600
    GX240i5,97,93.600
    GX270i6,38,43.600
    GX340i810,73.600
    GX390i8,711,73.600
    GX63015,520,83.600
    GX6601621,53.600
    GX69016,522,13.600
    GCV1352,63,53.600
    GCV1603,34,43.600
    GCV1903,85,13.600
    GSV1903,85,13.600
    GXV1603,24,33.600
    GXV3406,68,93.600
    GXV3907,610,23.600
    GXV63015,520,83.600
    GXV6601621,53.600
    GXV69016,522,13.600
    GX250,7217.000
    GX3511,37.000
    GXH501,62,17.000
    GXV501,62,17.000
    GXV571,524.800
     

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