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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.
 

smokymtn65

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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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