Can someone tell me if you oil in and around carburetor on a 17 horsepower briggs and stratton motor?
No, never oil the carburetor linkage. Clean the linkage throughly with carburetor cleaner. If you oil the linkage it will become clogged with dust which the oil will attract.
A 150cc engine is around 6HP ( I have an old lawnmower and that is what is shows on the top)... So, a 190cc engine should be around 7 -7.5 HP. I not sure who got sued, but I know there was a lawsuit surrounding cc vs. HP and that is why Briggs & Stratton engines are only rated as cc. Or that is my understanding. Hope this helps.
Obviously, this is different with every truck, as there are many different sizes and makers of the engines that are used in semi trucks. The lower end of the scale, used in small or older semi trucks and straight trucks, would be around 275-300 horsepower. The upper end of the scale, as in large new over-the-road semi trucks, would be around 500-600 horsepower maximum. The average semi truck you see every day on the road…
Watt and horsepower are both units of power. They are unrelated to whether the current is AC or DC, on the voltage of the current, or whether the power is even transported by an electrical current, as opposed to some other means.Different definitions of horsepower are used - you can find more details at the Wikipedia article on "horsepower", but it is usually around 730-750 watts per horsepower.
This is called a "hot restart problem" and is commonly caused by vapor lock, which is the accumulation of air bubbles around the main jet, emulsion tube, etc. Most immediate solution is cleaning and rebuilding of the carburetor, particularly the bowl vent and main air bleed. An alternative would be to lean out the mixture via the needle valve, if equipped.
That F-150 does not have a carburetor. In fact after doing a little research i found that they have not been carburated since around 1990. If it had a carburetor it would be on top of the engine where the throttle body currently is. follow the air filter hose back to the center top part of the engine.