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Makita proven 4-Stroke engines offer: High performance, compact and light weight design, clean exhaust emissions, low running cost, easy maintenance and low noise advantages compared with equivalent size of 2-Stroke Engines.

Makita 4-Stroke Engines deliver high torque and horsepower. Max. torque and horsepower of Makita 4-Stroke Engine are almost the same as those of an equivalent 2-Stroke engine.

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Clean Exhaust Emissions
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VS 2-Stroke Engine
Exhaust Gas is 1/10
VS Layered Scavenging
2-Stroke Engine
Exhaust Gas is 1/2

VS 2-Stroke Engine
HC+NOx: only 27/kWh

 
Low Consumption, Low Running Cost
From our comparison test between Makita 24.5mL 4-Stroke Petrol Brushcutter and an equivalent 2-Stroke Petrol Brushcutter, the superiority of Makita 4-Stroke Engine over 2-Stroke Engine in its class has been proved both in fuel consumption and total cost as shown in the charts below.
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Low Noise
Low noise level allows to operate without disturbing others even in quiet places such as parks or residential areas.
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6.8d Better than our previous 2-stroke 24.5ml engine
 
Compact and Lightweight
By employing a unique lubrication system, it has obtained the smallest in class exterior physical dimensions among the 4-Stroke Engines available in the market today. And it is also lightest in class in weight by using magnesium alloy diecast for Clutch case, etc.
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