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If you need a small engine with reliable power and heavy-duty components, you’ve come to the right place. As a manufacturer and supplier of small engines, whether you are re-powering a mixer, log splitter, lawn mower, shredder or any other power equipment, MATCHUP can offer a range of small engines for your application.


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MATCHUP applies excellent engine technology and can tilt 360°! As a professional small engine manufacturer, MATCHUP Small Engines offers the smallest package with the practical, quiet, powerful and clean performance expected from large engines.

Enjoy a seamless user experience with features designed for precision and comfort:

  • Precision-engineered components: Minimize vibration and increase comfort during operation.
  • Lighter Piston: Further reduces vibration for smoother performance.
  • Ball bearings support the crankshaft: ensuring stability even under heavy loads.
  • Roller bearing supported connecting rods: Enhanced durability for long-lasting performance.

Experience tranquility during operation with noise reduction:

  • Belt-Driven OHC Design: Minimizes mechanical noise for a quieter work environment.
  • Large-capacity, multi-chamber exhaust system: effectively suppresses exhaust noise.
  • Advanced air intake system: further reduces noise levels for quieter operation.

Streamline your workflow with user-friendly features:

  • -Easily accessible spark plug: for quick, worry-free maintenance.
  • Easy oil draining and filling: simplifies maintenance tasks and adds convenience.
  • Natural gas and oil do not mix: simplifies operation with simple refueling requirements.

Get started easily with features designed for a smooth start:

  • Reduction system: reduces starting force for worry-free operation.
  • Unique low-inertia design: enhances starting reliability under any conditions.
  • Comply with emission standards: Comply with strict emission regulations to achieve environmentally friendly operations.
  • No catalyst required: No additional components are required to ensure compliance.
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how to choosing the right-sized small engine?

In today’s increasingly mechanized world, small engines play an important but often underestimated role. From powering a simple everyday lawn mower to providing critical backup energy via portable generators, small engines have become seamlessly integrated into our daily lives. They are the silent warriors behind the pressure washers that keep our yards spotless, the snow blowers that clear our driveways, and the utility vehicles that help with heavy-duty tasks.

However, the full effectiveness of these machines can only be realized when we equip them with appropriately sized engines. We all want our tools and machines to perform at their highest performance and deliver the best results – and the key to achieving this is choosing the right size engine. Engine size affects not only performance, but also factors such as the machine’s fuel efficiency and longevity.

But how do you determine what the “right size” is? In this article, MATCHUP takes an in-depth look at the process of selecting the perfect engine size for your specific requirements. We’ll outline the different engine types and sizes, guide you through the factors that come into play when making your choice, and provide tips to help you make an informed purchase.


Small engine types and sizes

MATCHUP small engines are available in a variety of types and sizes, each designed with a specific application in mind. Understanding these differences can help you find the option that best suits your needs.

Main types of small engines

Two-stroke engine: This type of engine completes a power cycle through two strokes of the piston or one revolution of the crankshaft. Two-stroke engines are lightweight and simple in design and are often used in applications that require low weight and high power output, such as chain saws and leaf blowers.

Four-stroke engines: These engines complete a power cycle in four strokes of the piston or two revolutions of the crankshaft, providing better fuel efficiency and cleaner operation compared to two-stroke engines. Four-stroke engines are commonly used in machines that run continuously for long periods, such as lawnmowers and generators.

Key specifications to consider

When selecting a small engine, certain specifications can give you an idea of the engine’s power and performance potential. Topping the list are engine displacement (cc), horsepower (hp), and torque (lb-ft).

  1. Engine Displacement (cc): Measured in cubic centimeters (cc) sometimes called “engine size,” displacement is the total volume of all cylinders in an engine. Closely related to power output; larger engines generally produce more power.
  2. Horsepower (hp): This is the actual power output produced by the engine. More horsepower usually means the engine can do more work.
  3. Torque (lb-ft): Torque is essentially the twisting force of an engine that is used to move a machine and overcome drag or resistance. In the world of small engines, high torque helps you handle heavy-duty tasks more efficiently.

Small engine fuel types

MATCHUP small engines generally use three types of fuel: gasoline, diesel, and electricity.

  • Gasoline small engine: This is the most common type of small engine. They are suitable for a variety of applications and are available in a variety of sizes.
  • Diesel engines: Although less common among smaller engines, they are known for their durability and fuel efficiency, making them ideal for heavy-duty or commercial applications.
  • Electric motors: Electric motors are becoming increasingly popular as people look for greener, easier-to-maintain alternatives. They don’t offer the same power as gasoline or diesel engines, but are ideal for less demanding tasks and are often found in small push lawn mowers or hand tools.

Factors to consider when choosing a small engine

When you browse MATCHUP small engines, several factors come into play. To narrow down your choices and ultimately find the engine that’s right for you, consider the following key aspects.

understand your needs

Understanding and clearly defining your needs is the first step to making an informed decision.

Task type: What tasks do you plan to perform using this engine? Tasks can be classified as light, medium or heavy, each requiring a different level of power. Light-duty tasks might include light garden cleaning or powering small toys, while heavy-duty tasks might include running a snowblower or a high-capacity generator.

Frequency of use: How often you use your engine is also important. If you use your engine every day or for long periods, you’ll want to choose a stronger, more durable engine that may have a larger displacement to provide more power. For irregular or infrequent use, a smaller engine may be more suitable.

dimensions and weight

The overall size and weight of your small engine is directly related to the type and size of the engine you choose.

The small engine should fit nicely within the tool or machine and should not be too large. A larger engine adds more weight, making the equipment heavier and potentially more difficult to operate.

While a larger engine can bring more power, it can also make the tool or machine difficult to operate if it is too heavy. The balance between power and handling should be considered when choosing an engine.

fuel and energy efficiency

Generally speaking, the larger the engine, the greater the displacement and the greater the fuel consumption. If efficiency or operating costs are the main consideration, a smaller engine will usually provide better fuel economy.

In some cases, efficiency may be more of a concern than raw power. For example, if you are using a generator as emergency backup power, you will want it to run for as long as possible without refueling.


The key to making the right choice for a small engine is two important things: understanding your needs and budgeting accordingly. Both are deeply personal and interconnected. A larger, more powerful engine may have the appeal of superior performance, but it’s crucial to evaluate whether you actually need that level of power. Overuse can result in unnecessary expenses upfront and in the future in terms of fuel usage and maintenance costs. On the other hand, a “right-sized” engine (neither too big nor too small) will give you the best performance for your mission, proving to be efficient and cost-effective in the long run.

Remember, the best engine for you isn’t necessarily the biggest or most powerful engine, but rather the one that best suits your needs and budget. Carefully analyze all aspects, weigh the pros and cons, and make an informed decision.

Transferring knowledge is just the beginning. The real journey begins now. Let’s get started!

about small engines, people also ask:

An engine that generates less than 25 horsepower is considered small. In general, horsepower increases with engine size.

Small engines are usually 2-stroke or 4-stroke components that power outdoor equipment such as lawnmowers, tractors, and generators, as well as small vehicles such as dirt bikes and mopeds.

 Engine sizes are usually rounded to the nearest tenth of a liter. For example, an engine with a displacement of 1,020cc will still be classified as a 1.0-liter engine, while an engine with a displacement of 1,160cc will be labeled as a 1.2-liter engine. Generally speaking, larger engines can draw in more fuel and air, resulting in greater power output, although the presence of a turbocharger can also affect this dynamic.

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