Honda Smal Engines

Experience born on racetracks and roadways around the world. Experience that keeps Honda on the cutting edge of engine performance technology. With a well-earned reputation for engine quality and performance, when you choose a Honda engine, or a product powered by Honda, you know what you're getting. An engine you can count on, now and in the future.

Excellent fuel efficiency. High power output. Quiet performance. Easy to use. What's the secret? Exceptional engineering and technology, continuous research and development,  Honda engines are truly built like no other.


Honda sets the standard for reliable, hard-working engines that are built with high-quality components that are designed for optimum performance in the harshest environments. But don't just take our word for it. Honda stands behind their engines with a three-year commercial warranty on all GX engines, 100cc and larger.


Environmental focus

Honda engines are 100% compliant with Canadian engineering and environmental standards. In fact, most Honda engines meet the strictest world standards, including EPA standards and the very strict CARB tier 3 Standards.

Call or email us at Ontario Industrial Power for all your Honda Small Engine needs.


Briggs & Stratton

With more than 100 years of experience, Briggs & Stratton is trusted by millions of people around the globe and backed by the largest network services in the industry.  Briggs & Stratton is the world's largest small engine producer, the number one marketer for pressure washers, and a leading manufacturer of power generation, lawn and garden turf care and job site products.  


You want an engine that starts easily, lasts long and always does the job. Tough. Reliable. Innovative and easy to maintain, like the fierce lawnmower engines Briggs & Stratton built their reputation on. The thickest grass doesn’t stand a chance.  


Briggs & Stratton takes great pride in utilizing the Company’s three pillars of sustainability: making people a priority, protecting our planet and, business excellence.  Emissions from Briggs & Stratton engines manufactured today average 75% less than models built in 1995. In addition, up to half of emissions from outdoor power equipment is preventable.

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Wisconsin Motors


Wisconsin Industrial Engines have a variety of EPA certified new engines that can meet any industrial need you may have. Replacement parts and engines are available.  

Ranging from 3 - 65.9 horsepower, (current models start at 30hp) Wisconsin engines are a high torque workhorse known in the industry as a very reliable, strong engine that is easy to work on. 




This article was supplied by David Swanson of the ASECC (Antique Small Engine Collectors Club).


The WISCONSIN MOTOR MFG. CO. was organized to build automobile, truck and marine engines on March 1, 1909. Chas. H. John was elected President and Treasurer, Edw. Schwartzburg, Vice-President and A. F. Milbrath, Secretary and Chief Engineer.

The company started in a small shop in North Milwaukee where it operated until the end of 1910 when the first section of the new plant built by the company in West Allis, a suburb of Milwaukee, was ready for occupancy. The company moved into this new plant during the last week of December, 1910.

The first model of Wisconsin engine built was the Type "A", a 4-3/4" bore by 5-1/2" stroke, four cylinder "L" head engine. This engine was used in the Stutz automobiles, the Clintonville Four Wheel Drive trucks, and many other installations which gained considerable popularity and fame, due to their exceptional performance.

Other models of Wisconsin engines were brought out by the company, both four cylinder and six cylinder, until the final line included many sizes from a 20 H.P. four cylinder, to a 200 H.P. six cylinder. All of these engines were 4 cycle, WATER-COOLED.

WISCONSIN engines were also prominent in racing before World War I, and in 1915 two Stutz cars, powered by WISCONSIN engines, came in 1st and 2nd at the Sheepshead Bay, Long Island Speedway against a field of several dozen of the worlds' most famous race cars.

During the 1st War the Wisconsin Motors built only their original Modal "A" engine for the Four Wheel Drive trucks which had been adopted as the standard vehicle of the Ordnance Department.

During the 1920's, a full line of water-cooled engines was built for many varieties of installations. In 1929 the attention of the company was turned to AIR-COOLED engines and a number of single cylinder models were brought out. In 1935 a four cylinder V-type AIR-COOLED engine was added. These Wisconsin engines were used in every conceivable type of equipment very successfully and the demand for these engines increased so rapidly that by 1939 the Wisconsin air-cooled engines had entirely displaced the water-cooled line so that now only AIR-COOLED engines are being built.

The Wisconsin Motors plant has been considerably increased in size and it is completely equipped with the most modern machinery and the company is now turning out 20,000 to 22,000 engines per month.

A number of changes have been made in the management of Wisconsin Motors since the beginning. Mr. H. A. Todd has been President of the company since 1937. A. V. Milbrath, who is now Vice-President, has been in charge of engineering throughout.

Popular Wisconsin engine models: V465D, VH4D, W4-1770, VG4D, TJD, THD, AENL, AGND, S10D, S12D, S7D, S8D, BKN


Call Ontario Industrial Power for all of your Wisconsin engine parts and service needs.

Note: We do not represent ourselves as an authorized distributor, dealer or agent for Wisconsin Motors or Wisconsin Engines, although we do carry a large inventory for Wisconsin & Continental engine parts, and have the facilities to repair or rebuild your Wisconsin engine.

Many current & obsolete Wisconsin engine parts currently in stock.
Wisconsin engine & rebuilding services available.

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