Scag Fuel Consumption - Fuel Injection pays for itself and more!
Fuel-injected, liquid-cooled engines do cost more initially, however that initial premium can be paid back rather quickly, especially when gas prices break the $3 per gallon mark. Not only
can you reduce your operating costs and increase profitability, but you can burn less fuel, and that's good for the environment.
Click here for a few tips to increase your mowers fuel economy.
Scag Turf Tiger is offered with two fuel-injected, liquid-cooled engine options, a 29hp
Kawasaki DFI (Digital Fuel Injection) and a 31hp Kohler EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection).
Both engines, while high in horsepower output, consume less fuel than some lower horsepower, carbureted, air-cooled engines (see the calculator below).
Liquid-cooled engines typically last longer than air-cooled engines,
providing additional value. Fuel injection gives
additional benefits with choke-free operation and easy cold-weather
starting. These are high-performance engines and deliver
lots of horsepower to get the job done faster and easier.
Calculate your current fuel cost per year* by entering your hours and weeks per year of operation, how much fuel your current engine
uses and the cost of fuel in your area.
This is a quick way to see the difference a fuel injected engine could make to your bottom line.*
*The consumption rates used are based upon engine load and fuel consumption levels that Scag gathered during real world mowing, including a wide variety of terrain.
Actual consumption rates shown may vary and depend greatly upon conditions, engine load, climate, altitude, maintenance, operator driving habits, fuel quality, etc.