Kawasaki FA130D

Kawasaki FA130DThe Kawasaki FA130D is a 129 cc, (7.87 cu·in) natural aspirated single-cylinder four-stroke air-cooled internal combustion small gasoline engine with a horizontal shaft, manufactured by Kawasaki Heavy Industries LTd for general-purpose applications.

A 62.0 mm (2.44 in) cylinder bore and 43.0 mm (1.69 in) piston stroke give the FA130D engine a total of 129 cc of displacement. The compression ratio rating is 6.4:1.

The FA130D engine produced 3.1 PS (2.3 kW; 3.1 HP) at 4,000 rpm of maximum horsepower and 6.1 N·m (0.6 kg·m, 4.5 ft·lb) at 3,000 rpm of maximum torque.

The Kawasaki FA130D features:

  • One piece hypereutectic aluminum-silicon alloy die casting with plateau honing cylinder and crankcase
  • Hard-chrome plated aluminum alloy piston with two compression rings and one one oil control ring
  • I-beam cross section, heat treated aluminum alloy connecting rod, with large bearings
  • Magneto type. Breaker system standard or electronic ignition system (optional)
  • Pulse pump carburetor or float type carburetor
  • Mechanical fly-weight type governor
  • Splash type lubrication system
  • Forced air cooling system
  • Recoil starter

General information

Engine Specifications
Engine model FA130D
Engine type 4-stroke, single-cylinder
Displacement 129 cm3, (7.87 cu·in)
Max. horsepower 3.1 PS (2.3 kW; 3.1 HP) at 4,000 rpm
Max. torque 6.1 N·m (0.6 kg·m, 4.5 ft·lb) at 3,000 rpm
Cooling system Forced air
Air cleaner Semi-dry type, washable polyurethane element with nylon brush
Lubricating system Splash type
Ignition system Magneto type. Breaker system standard or electronic ignition system (optional)
Fuel system Pulse pump carburetor or float carburetor
Fuel consumption 330 g/HPh
Fuel tank capacity 2.7 L (0.71 US. gal. 0.59 Imp. gal.)
Fuel used Regular gasoline
Starting system Recoil starter
Governor Mechanical fly-weight type governor
PTO shaft rotation Counterclockwise (from PTO shaft side)
Dimensions (L x W X H) 294 x 324 x 333 mm (11.6 x 12.8 x 13.1 in)
Dry weight With pulse pump carburetor: 10.0 kg (22 lbs)
With float type carburetor: 11.5 kg (25 lbs)

Cylinder Block and Head

Cylinder block
Compression ratio: 6.4:1
Cylinder bore: 62.0 mm (2.44 in)
Piston stroke: 43.0 mm (1.69 in)
Number of piston rings (compression / oil): 2/1
Number of main bearings: 2 (Ball bearing on PTO side, lead bronze
sintered alloy plain bearing with steel back metal on Magneto side)
Crankshaft center distance: 21.5 mm (0.845 in)
Cylinder head
Valves: 2
Intake timig: Open: 48° B.T.D.C.
Close: 120° A.B.D.C.
Exhaust timig: Open: 97° B.B.D.C.
Close: 57° A.T.D.C.

Tightening torque specs

Tightening torque specs
Cylinder head 20.0 Nm; 2.0 kg·m; 14.76 ft·lb
Connecting rod 12.0 Nm; 1.22 kg·m; 8.86 ft·lb
Flywheel 62.0 Nm (6.32 kg·m; 45.76 ft·lb)
Drain plug 14 Nm; 1.4 kg·m; 10.3 ft·lb

Service Data

Maximum speed: 4,000 rpm
Idle speed: 1,600 rpm
Valve clearance
Intake valve clearance: 0.12-0.18 mm (0.0047-0.0071 in)
Exhaust valve clearance: 0.10-0.34 mm (0.0039-0.0134 in)
Oil system
Lubrication system: Splash type
Oil type: API SC. SD. SE class
Recommended oil: #20 (winter) or #30 (summer)
Oil capacity: 0.5 L (0.53 US. qt, 0.44 Imp. qt.)
Fuel system
Type: Pulse pump carburetor or float carburetor
Pilot air screw initial setting (pulse pump carb): Unscrew 1-1/4 turns
Fuel cock opening (float type carb): Unscrew 1-1/2 turns
Pilot air screw initial setting (float type carb): Unscrew 1-1/2 turns
Ignition system
Type: Magneto type. Breaker system standard or electronic ignition system (optional)
Ignition timing: 23° B.T.D.C.
Spark plug: NGK BM-6A
Spark plug gap: 0.6-0.7 mm (0.0236-0.0276 in)
Contact breaker gap 0.3-0.5 mm (0.0118-0.0197 in)
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