CONVENIENCE : Integrated wheel kit retracts when not in use
PERFORMANCE : Fuel primer bulb for easier cold starts
DURABILITY : 5-Stage filtration system for better engine durability
INCLUDES : Socket wrench, Torx key, screwdriver, adapter ring (20mm to 1″), oil bottle, water supply kit
The 14” MM4® 4-Stroke Power Cutter (model EK7651H) is the world’s first 4-stroke power cutter. The EK7651H is another innovation in Makita’s expanding line-up of concrete solutions.
The 4-stroke EK7651H delivers several advantages over 2-stroke. No oil mixing is required, so contractors get simplified operation and no more engine failure due to improper mix. The MM4® 4-stroke engine eliminates the need for separate mixed oil/fuel can.
For easier starts, the automatic engine decompression valve is engineered into the cam gear to reduce pull-start force by 40%. The EK7651H also has lower noise at 92.7dB(A), smoother idle for continuous operation, and lower fuel consumption at only .45 gallons per hour.
Additional advantages include a three-ring piston engineered for improved commercial engine durability, and reduced exhaust and intake carbon build-up for longer cylinder life. In addition, the EK7651H has a five-stage foam-paper-nylon filtration system with Advance Direction Air Flow to provide cleaner air for improved engine durability.
The power and performance features of the EK7651H make it a best-in-class 14” power cutter for a range of professional concrete cutting applications and is ideal for landscapers, road construction crews, railroad crews, rescue crews, general steel contractors, masons, and welders.
Automatic engine decompression valve is engineered into the cam gear to reduce pull-start force by 40%
Pressure compensated carburetor with vented choke plate allows for optimum fuel delivery and reduces the occurrence of flooding during cold starts
Integrated all aluminum wheels reduce fatigue during long straight cuts and retract when not in use to prevent unexpected movement
Eliminates the need for separate mixed oil/fuel can
Lower noise at 92.7dB(A) and smoother idle for continuous operation
Five-stage, foam-paper-nylon filtration system with advance direction air flow provides cleaner air for better engine durability
Lower fuel consumption at .45 gallons per hour
Reduced exhaust and intake carbon build-up for long cylinder life
Three ring piston for improved commercial engine durability
Clear primer bulb facilitates fuel delivery to the carburetor for easier cold starts
Advanced oil separation and lubrication system to improve valve train durability and engine life
Specially treated rods, followers and valves minimize wear and extend engine life
Single lever On-Off-Choke operation switch for operator convenience
Shielded exhaust outlet and larger spark arrestor screen prevents contaminates from restricting air flow
External fuel tank vent eliminates pressure build up
Sealed cartridge recoil starter rope reduces wear by keeping out dust and debris
Cutting arm easily changes from center position to flush (outboard) position allowing cuts directly adjacent to curb edges, wall or directly above the ground
Cushioned operator grips with 4 vibration-absorption rubber buffers for increased operator comfort
Convenient oil level check and easy oil maintenance for longer engine life
Easy access carburetor for more convenient repair and maintenance
Replaceable tank fuel filter is easily accessible without special tools
Included water kit with quick release attachment is adaptable to most common hose threads
The Makita U.S.A., Inc. Head Office is located in La Mirada, California, and operates an extensive distribution network located throughout the U.S. The Makita Corporation of America is located in Buford, Georgia, and is part of a global Makita network of ten manufacturing and assembly plants that is the source of Makita products used on job sites around the world. The product development team works closely with engineers on job sites to develop products that exceed the demands of the American contractor. Makita U.S.A., Inc. operates warehouse and distribution facilities in La Mirada and Buford, as well as Mt. Prospect, Illinois and Wilmer, Texas. Buford and Wilmer are also the locations of Makita University, a hands-on educational experience where contractors and dealers can learn the latest technologies, products and applications.