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Anyone has experience with the Engine?

Hello everyone, I want to be a dealer of "Runsun Engine", who has experience with their engines, also outboard ones... i want to listen to your advice since haven't right to put the link in the thread... you can search it on Google directly.
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Yes dont sell unknown chinese motors as they put everone who touches them in the dollar store catogory
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Re: Anyone has experience with the Engine?

Why not lobby to remove ethanol from our boat motors...would be far more productive, less cost, and better for boating in the long run, rather than bring another no name manufacturer here.

Have you not heard enough complaints about the small generators and their lack of parts, poor reliability, copycat engineering, no safety, etc, etc. What are you going to do when the EPA mandates clean diesel technology and the engineering that entails

My advice is to pony up the money for a reliable, in production engine program ala yanmar, westerbeke, etc, etc.. as we have enough junk to contend with.

You may also want to read the T&Cs here as regards vendor/manufacturer/builder use of the site and their customers.
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Re: Anyone has experience with the Engine?

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Hello everyone, I want to be a dealer of "Runsun Engine", who has experience with their engines, also outboard ones... i want to listen to your advice since haven't right to put the link in the thread... you can search it on Google directly.
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You will hear lot of negative comments for Chinese products in here U.S. especially those products that was copied, manufactured and run by Chinese. This is normal and expected.

I remember in the early 70's when Honda first brought in their first car N600 into North America. It is was the biggest joke in the industry. Do you hear anyone laughing at Honda now?

If Runsun has a good product and resources and commitment to their customers, being their sole dealer or regional dealer in US has its reward. It is not easy to overcome the stereotype of American consumers, it will take time.

Good luck to you.
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Re: Anyone has experience with the Engine?

Guys, thanks for your advice... before became their dealer, i think i have to try more samples of them. Their new model v twin diesel engine came a few days ago, which price is USD 799 (max 22hp), rated is more than 14kw... I try it on some of my machines, its display is not bad... i think i can try more... and one of my friends who gone to their factory, it is not a small one... and they give their products guarantee one year time..
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Re: Anyone has experience with the Engine?

Did you ever progress with this?
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