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Any idea what motor the Troy Bilt Storm 2410 two stage blower has?

The specifications list it as a "Troy Bilt motor."
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It appears to be a Powermore engine manufactured for MTD in China.

Who Makes Briggs & Stratton, MTD, Craftsman, Ariens, and Husqvarna Snow Blower Engines - MovingSnow.com

Toro 8/24 (38080) 1989
Toro 421-QZE (38585) 2008

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A 420cc HF Predator would be a beast on that machine. The original engine is 357cc the new HF Predator 420cc would be over a HP more powerful than the oringinal. The 212cc would most likely be too small for a 30 inch blower. I have 3 HF 212cc the biggest machine is 26 inch and it handles it well. 30 inches with deep heavy snow would most likely be overwhelming to the smaller engine. You would most likely have to take less than a full bucket full bite on the snow
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