New Ryobi / Honda question
Was able to fix the issue with the Pressure Washer I was given (5 year old Ryobi).
The original owners had issues with keeping the unit running since it was new.
A new carb and reattaching the air tube and the engine now runs like a champ.
Concern is with the washer/pump.
I have a 15 year old Troy-Bilt / Briggs that has operated amazingly for me.
When I pull the trigger on the TB, the pump engages and pulls the engine down a bit, then levels out.
With the Ryobi, when you pull the handle, the machine seems to pull down much further than the Briggs.
Almost sounds like it is going to choke out, but doesn't.
It will run and clean, but it feels/sounds like much reduced power.
The Briggs is a 2400# PSI and is 6.5 HP.
The Honda is 3100# and 5.5 HP.
Is this just the difference in Briggs and Honda?
Does the difference in the pump pressures have an affect?
Or is there something I need to check regarding the performance of the Ryobi?
Never owned a Honda anything before.