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13hp honda motor what is the right psi for it

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It will depend on the pump that you have but the most common versions will be the 13HP PC4-35324 which is a direct drive unit or a PG4-35324 which is a belt drive unit. In both cases the machine would be 4GPM at 3500PSI.

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Posted on Feb 14, 2011

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