14 HP KOHLER ENGINE New, Kohler Command Pro 14 HP engine. Overhead valve. Cast iron cylinder sleeve. 15 amp alternator. Has key electric start with recoil backup. 4 stage air cleaner. Splash lubrication.
A: Since this is a surplus item and we are not a Kohler distributor we are unable to answer this. It would be a question to ask a licensed Kohler repair center.
Date Submitted: 01/31/2019
How much fuel does it burn at full RPMS per hour ?
A: There is no published fuel consumption data that we have access to, unfortunately.
Date Submitted: 01/03/2019
Does the electric start come with a battery and charger for the battery? Also, does the battery attach to the engine?
A: No battery is provided. Typically the battery is charged during operation by the alternator. If it is to be unused for long periods of time, it is best to remove the battery and keep it maintained in a stable environment. There is no battery mount on the engine.
Date Submitted: 10/04/2018
Is there an owners or maintenance manual included?
A: This engine does come with an owner's manual.
Date Submitted: 07/12/2018
What is the rotation of the engine?
A: The powered shaft turns CCW as facing it.
Date Submitted: 03/23/2018
what is the idle speed rpm of the 14hp engine listed ? thanks
A: The manual states that if adjustment of the carburetor is necessary, to set the low idle at 2000 rpm. It also states to not exceed that speed at low idle for the best fuel performance. It is most likely that is also the factory setting for the idle.
Date Submitted: 03/22/2018
Does this engine have a low oil shut down switch?
A: Upon inspection, it does appear to have the low-oil shutdown sensor in the block, wired to the start/kill switch assembly.
Date Submitted: 02/09/2018
Can the choke control and throttle control be used with a remote throttle cable set up? i was thinking of using this as a replacement motor in an old garden tractor.
A: The existing choke and throttle control are friction detented. It may be possible to remove and replace portions of the mechanism to allow for operation as you describe, but we have no evidence or instruction to confirm that possibility.