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Tribodyn in Briggs and Stratton lawn mower slight change in tone or quality of sound.

schiker

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I changed the oil in my 20 hp Vanguard B&S powered riding mower circa 1997 ish and put in Tribodyn. It could totally be the warm and fuzzy feeling and just fresh oil but I think the engine sound seems a little smoother or it seems a tad deeper tone that is a little more pleasant to the ear. It's still obnoxiously loud but maybe just a tad more pleasant. I like it.
 

Twisted Steel Performance

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I changed the oil in my log spliter 3 weeks ago, it's a 5hp ? B&S me thinks, I also changed the hyd fluid and put in TriboDyn auto tranny fluid, the motor does run smoother and the ram moves faster. The little motor cranks better when it's cold now also...

Hubert, I think you will like the products...
 

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I was wondering about the small engine idea as well, I have a 23hp Kawasaki with 1700 hours on it and is runs like new. I think it would be a great thing for it.
 
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