625ex Series™



Our 625ex Series™ push mower engine makes cutting the lawn an all-around easy experience:
• 6.25 ft-lbs of gross torque*
• Equipped with the Briggs & Stratton ReadyStart® starting system. No prime and no choke — just pull for power
• Lightest push mower in its class by 30 percent, making it easier to maneuver
• Reduced noise and vibration for added comfort
• Made in the USA of U.S. and global parts.

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9 thoughts on “625ex Series™

  1. I bought a mower with this engine from a pawn shop for 100$ and it works great! I miss the old L-Head engines and their reliability. With the EPA and emissions today, this is not a bad consumer engine.. The no oil change is questionable, I change my oil at 15-20 hours of mowing and not had any problems. The valve cover leaks a little as someone else stated. Its not garbage and it is a disposable engine, nothing is made to last past the warranty LOL

  2. In these newer Briggs & Stratton engines:
    Plastic recoil cup – Less durable, and cheaper to make.
    Plastic carburetor – Proprietary part monopoly, less durable, and cheaper to make, sell for around the same as metal carburetors.
    Car style air filter – Proprietary part, more expensive than traditional style.
    OHV cover with only 3 bolts instead of 4 – Saves 1 bolt cost, leaks all the time, bad design .
    Thinner Engine block – Less aluminum used, less durable.
    Auto choke thermostat – Proprietary part monopoly, prone to failure.
    Low tone muffler – Claims to be quieter, questionable.

  3. Piece of Junk! The spark plug bore/ sealing Embossment blew apart destroying the entire head and needs to be machined! Can't even find a replacement head or parts for this POS. Time to buy a new mower. Ugh. I can find parts for my 50 year old Wheel Horse garden tractor though! Haha!

  4. Wow a cheap Chinese honda knock off the same engines u can get at harbor freight tool for 99 bucks ….what are you guys thinking shame on u Briggs !!!!

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