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Kawasaki Brute Force

2016 Models - Lean and Green

The 2016 Kawasaki Teryx and ATV Lineup
Written By: 
Staff
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Kawasaki is a company on the move. They’re constantly tweaking their ATV and Side x Side lineups to make every model better, and since the overall number of Kawasaki models is a little smaller than some competitors, they can really hone the fine details that can make or break a design. For 2016 the majority of their effort was focused on a model released only a little over a year ago.

2016 Kawasaki Brute Force ATV Model Range

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The Kawasaki Brute Force® ATV family boasts STRONG features that include Electric Power Steering (750 4x4i EPS and EPS Camo models), either a 749cc V-twin or a 271cc single-cylinder engines and all models are designed to suit a variety of needs and budgets. The Brute Force 750 4x4i models also feature four-wheel drive to help ensure you reach your destination, even in tough conditions, while the price-friendly Brute Force 300 is available in rear-wheel drive only.All Brute Force ATVs are constructed around a sturdy frame that is built Kawasaki STRONG. Along with dependable engines and proven Kawasaki performance, the Brute Force family is the perfect transportation for a fun weekend ride, a fishing trip or getting around the work site.

Test Ride - Team Player

Kawasaki's Trail Taming, Overachieving Brute Force 300
Written By: 
John Arens
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It’s easy to overlook smaller displacement machines in favor of much larger, more powerful models. The old saying, “Good things come in small packages,” certainly applies to ATVs as well, and one of the best examples is Kawasaki’s Brute Force 300. It not only looks great, but after our last ride on the 300, we knew it was something special. We needed to get one on our turf for some extended weekend trail time.

Long Term Report - 2012 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i

What We Learned from a Year on the Trail
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It’s our job to let you know exactly what to expect from every vehicle we test.  We want you to know what a machine is capable of long before you hand the dealer a check, and that means everything from fit and finish to average maintenance tasks.  We use our test ATVs exactly like you do; for work duty, for weekend play, and as hunting buddies.  After a year with the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i here is what we’ve found. 

Dalton Industries Clutch Kits for the 2012 Kawasaki 750 Brute Force 4X4

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DK750 B12MSuggested list price $359.002012 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4X4 - 28" Aggressive Mud Tire/Mud use and all 29.5" and larger tires only. This kit is also applicable for 26-28" aftermarket tires at high elevation (above 4000 ft) *The 2012 BF 750 model has a different engine configuration than previous model years. This kit helps re-calibrate the shift pattern for best performance in mud, as well as the very large / heavy tire sizes. This kit includes Dalton's Quick Adjust cam arms that make the kit easy to adjust for different conditions. Although it is well known that heavy mud tires hurt performance, this clutch kit can help bring your ATV back to life. There are also settings included in this kit for the use of 26-28" tires for deep sand and high elevation. The "set up guide" for different tires/conditions is included in the instructions. One adjustable kit that covers a lot of different applications!

First Ride - Bark and Bite

Kawasaki Unleashes an All New Brute Force 300
Written By: 
John Arens
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The old saying is, “It’s not the size of dog in the fight, but the size of fight in the dog.” That can now go for ATVs as well. Kawasaki’s new Brute Force 300 doesn’t know it’s an easy to ride, 300cc machine perfectly suited to work around the yard or go for weekend trail rides. It thinks it’s the leader of the pack, and it may be right!

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