Courage The .Cowardly Dog: I have had several of the 212cc engines on mini bikes and go karts and they all have lasted and ran great from the time I owned them up to I sold them. ran them wide open, got one engine really hot once it was smoking and still fired up no problem and including I haven't always changed the oil and air filters like I should of. Right now I have 2 of them one in the box unopened awaiting a project and one I'm gonna use for another go kart or mini bike. They are well worth the money and can hold up to abuse. You get also get upgrade kits of Ebay for about $100
Speciosa: "sold in all 50 states" haha bullcrap. greetings from Alaska.
25 Cent: Why do I always say predator freight? :/
Tyler Millar: I'm looking to purchase a 670cc predator, wanting to know if they ship to Canada?
justin roede: no crap, you replaced the engine dumbass lol :44
ryelor123: The funniest part about this comments section is that it sounds like its full of paid shills despite the engines being good enough that they wouldn't need to pay anyone.
iCloud Henshaw: So your saying the Honda engine you copied it of is no longer as good as your clone ?
samantha001973: My predator 212cc runs great
Rob M.: I have an old Power Trim Edger, wanted to know if anyone has used this HF engine as a replacement for a similar gas edger?? I've had my edger for over 30+ plus years, and the Briggs engine finally gave up. This would be way cheaper than buying a new edger or having the Briggs engine rebuilt.
rogerbeginify: They are excellent engines I have one on a Ariens snowblower it is on its second season and works great starts up in sub zero weather by the third pull. It's rated at 6.5 horsepower I think it is on par with an 8 or 9 hp Tecumseh.
MySM005: The Predator 14 HP 420cc engine used for the original chassis go kart?
Gerald Thomas: My Harbor Freight 212cc engine works great on my 1984 Montgomery Ward snowblower replacing the 5hp Briggs.
I was going to replace it with a Briggs but decided that I didn't want to spend the money.
bb4jdmlude: these are just old honda engine designs that are cloned.
professorfidelcat: China engines are improving! What next? a 1340cc Hayabusa clone from China?
robert gehr: we have a go kart track in our backyard and just about everyone has a 212cc predator engine and 1 420cc they are very dependable
Auminer Dave: There are NO Harbor Freight stores in Alaska! (re: 0.31)
nick nellos: FYI , Honda is mfg in china as well
nick nellos: alex your full of crap. I will put it up against a honda any day of the week, 365 days a year.
I Sparklez: I don't care what other people I have a 212cc predator on a log splitter and have about 1000hrs on it and it still starts first pull every time. I also have one on a go kart with about 10hrs on it and it has more power than any honda ive ever seen
Joeak74: I don't know where the negative comments are all coming from. These "Predator" engines are VERY well made. I have four (4) of them on various equipment,and they have all been perfect runners with zero issues. My buddy's girl friend had a Honda CRF 100 dirt bike with a broken piston that we needed to replace. WE ordered the complete top end from the Honda dealership. When the parts (factory OEM) came in (piston , cylinder, etc), they were all marked "Made in Brazil". This tells me that even honda has licensed manufacture's in other countries.