The new 810cc Vanguard engines, available in 24 or 26 gross horsepower models, are specifically designed to maximize productivity by delivering the optimum power, performance and efficiency commercial zero-turn mowers need. The new models have 810cc of displacement for higher torque to take on the heavy workloads common in commercial settings. This meets a growing landscape industry demand for higher displacement engines and, hence, higher-productivity mowers. Other features were designed for the rigors of the commercial cutting work environment, too. The engine’s new debris chopper fan offers excellent debris management while providing up to 30-degree cooler engine temperatures. The high-flow blower housing offers more than 30 percent larger intake surface area than the next closest competitor. The 810cc engines are produced almost exclusively with direct current electric hand tools for ultimate quality control at the all-new Vanguard Certified Production Center located in Briggs & Stratton’s Auburn, Ala., plant. The engines are assembled exclusively by certified Briggs & Stratton Master Service Technicians.