What to look for in Makita EB5300TH 4-Stroke Engine Tube Throttle Backpack Blower?
Mechanical automatic engine decompression for quick and easy starts. Shoulder straps engineered with multiple adjustments for improved fit. Tool-less handle adjustment for quick positioning of handle. Powerful fuel efficient 52.5 cc 2.5 HP MM4 commercial duty engine. Large capacity air filter is Replaceable and easily accessible
Is this what you need when you buy Makita EB5300TH 4-Stroke Engine Tube Throttle Backpack Blower?
– Engine Displacement cc 52.5 cc.
– Engine HP 2.5 HP.
– Max. Air Volume 516 CFM.
– Max. Air Velocity 184 MPH.
– Fuel Type Unleaded gas.
– Fuel Tank Capacity 60.9 oz.
– Crank Case Capacity 4.7 oz.
– Sound Pressure per Ansi B175.2 standard 70 dB A
Makita s 52.5 cc MM4 Backpack Blower EB5300TH combines a cleaner-burning 4-stroke engine with quieter operation and the convenience of no fuel mixing. The cleaner-burning, fuel-efficient EB5300TH is a true step-up from older 2-stroke motors. It s engineered for commercial lawn and garden work, and is ideal for any professional seeking a best-in-class backpack blower. The EB5300TH is powered by a 52.5 cc commercial-duty 4-stroke engine that requires no fuel mix and will deliver commercial duty performance with a maximum air speed of 184 mph and a maximum air volume of 516 cubic feet per minute. The mechanical automatic engine decompression is engineered for quick and easy starts, with heavy duty anti-vibration mounts between the frame and engine for improved operator comfort. The EB5300TH is compact with less weight only 19.7 lbs. with wide padded straps and padded back panel for operator comfort. In addition, the large capacity muffler ensures quiet operation at 70dB A ..Adjustable tube easily adjusts to desired length
Customer reviewsWonderful blower
I had to wait a long time for this blower to be back in stock, but it was worth every delay... This is about my first impressions and I will update if anything changes. First of all, it comes dry and with no oil provided. Perfectly fine with me since it only needs 140ml and they recommend 4 stroke car oil of better quality. Since I use Castrol Edge 100 synthetic of the required grade 10-30, I m sure my oil is better than any oil they would have sent. Second you don t need to mix-up oil in your gas beautiful also the reason I got the Makita instead of any other brand . I filled-up ethanol free 92 gas. Before filling -up the gas tank, I rotated the engine a few times to get lubrication. Then I pumped 10 times the manual said that if you pump more than needed the extra pumped gas goes back to the tank . It started at first pull a very easy pull that was . There is a sticker which says 70dB and I measured from 9 ft, instead of 21 as the norm is and guess what I got 69.9dB. It s super quiet. After allowing it to warm-up a couple of min. I went to the throttle and it revved straight-up... It s very quiet even at full speed actually you don t even get the feeling of full speed due to how quiet it is . The back-pack is super comfy and the way it cools your back is great. It s light, it s powerful, it s quiet, it starts instantly with minimum effort and the beauty is NO OIL GAS MIXTURE. As far as power goes, it lifted some stones at 3 4 throttle... Unless it will fail on me, this is the perfect blower. At 329 the 52cc throttle on tube version being a Makita, I know I did the right thing and I recommend it to all my friends. If anything and I mean literally anything goes south, I will get back with an update.