The SRM 230 is the next step up from the 210. If I'm not mistaken they still sell a 230. Main difference IIRC is handle mounting and displacement. I have a SRM2400sb for an edger. 26 cc. If it ever quits it will get a short block as well. I call it the screamin demon. These Grey shrouds were made by Kioritz. In 2008 There was a merger between Kioritz and Shindaiwa, The new Holding company is Yamabiko. This is about the time they switched to orange shroud engines, and they will bear the Yamabiko name. The designs didn't really change. The new Orange shrouds are still good machines but being designed to meet emissions they tend to run a bit leaner and have Cats in the mufflers. This means they don't like to go WOT until warmed up and can be finicky. Not usually a problem unless your a landscaper who needs it to run WOT for 10-20 minutes at a time 10-20 times a day.I have a srm-230 (same gray covers) I trashed picked missing the throttle assembly and head. Good to know they are good machines and to keep it.
I finally remembered to take a picture of the riding mower (not a trash pick find- paid $100 and have few hundred in new parts in it) engine. Apologize on the delay on that. Believe it's from 2004 so safe to say intek? This is the engine with the top of piston smashed.
(Notice the junkyard floor mats and Honda trunk liner I cover it with heh)
Good job on that roof; insurance job wise they want way too much here. Insurance company would of probably paid out 11k and time the contractor got done with it they would of billed the insurance company 15k or more saying their was additional work needed (when there really isn't; and some of it they bill for they never do; removing gutters; repainting, new flashing depending on age, etc. If I was local I would of donated some labor just for the learning experience of DIY.
We run speed feed heads on everything now. About $30 and worth every penny.
That's an Intek. Recognize that shroud anywhere.