Displaying STARTER parts for the Kawasaki Engines FC420V-ES15 4 Stroke Engine FC420V

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13070A

Kawasaki Engines 13070-2102

GUIDE

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13165A

Kawasaki Engines 13165-2073

PAWL,RECOIL STARTER

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13165C

Kawasaki Engines 13165-2092

PAWL,RECOIL STARTER

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14020A

Kawasaki Engines 14020-2054

RETAINER,RECOIL STARTER

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32099A

Kawasaki Engines 32099-2060

CASE,SPRING

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32099C

Kawasaki Engines 32099-2239-YK

CASE,RECOIL STARTER

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32099E

Kawasaki Engines 32099-2377-9H (replaces 32099-2308-9H)

CASE,RECOIL STARTER

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46075A

Kawasaki Engines 46075-2059

GRIP,RECOIL STARTER

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46075C

Kawasaki Engines 46075-2106

GRIP,RECOIL STARTER

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49080A

Kawasaki Engines 49080-2144

PULLEY-STARTING

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49080C

Kawasaki Engines 49080-2176

PULLEY-STARTING

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49088A

Kawasaki Engines 49088-2412-YK

STARTER-RECOIL

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49088C

Kawasaki Engines 49088-2473-YK (replaces 49088-2473-9H)

STARTER-RECOIL

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The Environment and Engine Design!

Engine emissions are the top issue with lawn equipment and are primarily caused by incomplete (in-efficient) burning of fuel and fuel additives. Two primary reasons for an efficient or in-efficient engine include; 1) engine design and 2) engine condition. Regarding Design; some engines are more efficient and less polluting due to their design. "Air index" tags, required by the EPA on all new engines, identify the "greener" mowers. The air index shows the polluting measure of that engine on a scale of 0 to 10 relative to other engines in its class. 0 is the best and 10 the worst. By 2011, a new "phase" of EPA regulations will be in place holding the manufacturers to even stricter standards. You will see a variety of design changes soon to begin meeting the new codes. For now, watch for the "Air Index" tags to find the lowest polluting engine options when buying new equipment.