Generators with overhead cam engines

Subaru’s SGX3500, SGX5000, and SGX7500E generators feature Subaru EX series overhead cam engines for greater reliability.

09/25/2015


Subaru’s SGX3500, SGX5000, and SGX7500E generators feature Subaru EX series overhead cam engines for greater reliability. Courtesy: SubaruSubaru’s SGX3500, SGX5000, and SGX7500E feature Subaru EX Series overhead cam engines and hour meter, which displays total operating hours even when the unit is not running. The SGX3500 delivers a maximum output of 3,500 W with a 7-hp engine and a 4-gal fuel tank for a total run time of 8 hr at the rated load. A 9.5-hp EX30 engine powers the SGX5000, which offers a maximum output of 4,900 W. The SGX7500E features a 14-hp EX40 engine that provides a maximum output of 7,500 W. Its 8-gal fuel tank provides 7 hr of operation at the rated load. The SGX7500E also includes an electric starting system with recoil backup.

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