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Arrow C-46, C-66, C-96, C-101, C-106, C-255 Series Engines


Single Cylinder, Belt Drive, Continuous Duty (Gas Powered)

Concrete filled or cast iron skid

Equipped with Arrow slow speed natural gas fueled engine with the following standard features:

For other features not included as standard equipment, consult Arrow customer service.

Quality Products...Engineered to Last

Arrow engines are designed for continuous duty 24 hours a day, day after day. Dependable performance when you need it. Arrow's heavy duty design features a heavy flywheel, a governor speed control, and a pressurized full flow lubrication system to assure continuous operation.

Oil field Tough

Over 75,000 Arrow Engines are powering pumping jacks in oil fields from the frozen tundra's of Canada, to the mountains of South America; from the deserts of the Middle East, to the jungles of Indonesia. Many of the original engines built in the 1940's are still running today. Tough means they work harder, longer.

Gas Fueled

Arrow Engines run on a variety of low BTU gases; natural gas, wellhead gas, methane, butane or propane. Whether in remote jungles or in civilization, locally available gas fuel frequently costs much less than bringing in liquid fuel or electric power. The single cylinder Arrow engines can also be equipped with a fuel lift pump and will operate on gasoline.

Economical Operation

Studies performed in the U.S. have shown that operating costs for Arrow engines can be as low as half the cost for equivalent HP electric motors. Since every area is different, you owe it to yourself to compare the costs in your area.

Easy Maintenance

Arrow engines are designed for easy, quick field maintenance. The oil level can be checked and adjusted while the engine is running. Easy access enables replacing piston rings and wet cylinder sleeves in the field. Arrow parts are also interchangeable from the first model made.


Starfire Solid State Ignition Systems are standard for single cylinder engines and optional on twin cylinder engines. Also available as options are high-tension or solid-state magnetos, or Altronic ignition systems.


Arrow Improvements to Original Continental Engine

Improvements to the Heavy-Duty C-Series Engines since May 1977 (most all are retrofitable to earlier models using current kits):