2010 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i Review

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Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4

2010 Kawasaki Brute 750 4x4i Review

Story by Sosebee, Photography by Alfonse Kawasaki, Jan. 06, 2010

into the future of our sport are a few things I know will but one thing is for certain and that is Kawasaki will fight for inch of real estate in industry with great One such product is the line of Force sport utility ATVs.

Having had the privilege of many of the utility models of 2010 line, the Brute is one of my personal favorites. The 2010 Brute Force 750 4x4i independent rear suspension is performer and with power of the the ride is explosive. Let’s not it is also a fuel-injected, fire ground pounder.

The classic of the Brute is basically the same for though the graphics have just a bit. Regardless, is still a great machine and it another look.

Starting the ergonomics of the Brute Force 750 we the same comfortable seating we had accustomed to and control placement is within reach for most rider’s needs. Riding or sitting in the camp I found the Brute’s urethane foam was extremely comfortable. Riding machine for hours isn’t out of the with comfort like while full coverage ride keep you protected trail obstacles.

Utilizing aluminum pegs, are replaceable, on the larger displacement Force helps save

The control center is made up of a dash and some exclusive The first item is the small lever on the rider’s left that controls the amount of that is put to the front wheels. calls this its “Variable Differential control.” This actuator is input sensitive and you to control how much power is put to the wheels in the tough situations by pulling back on the lever.

works great when you are into deep mud!

The dash on the Brute Force has many key features that not lets you know the amount of you’ve got left, but also elements such as trip speedometer and odometer. Monitoring the of hours on the machine’s engine is included in the digital dash, as as a clock so you can see when it’s to head back to camp. items are important and help the rider informed.

Having recently ridden the Force in such varying at the Badlands Off Road Park in I realized how much I appreciate the rear suspension. IRS adds an comfort level that riding more enjoyable. a front travel of 6.7 inches and travel jumping to 7.9 inches I resist the temptation to open wild ride up and tackle obstacles in the trail.

Challenging is made easy at high with dual arm independent like this. The A-arms are mounted with a combination of bearings and ball joints to everything swinging smooth.

and rear shocks also effective in keeping my ride control. The preload adjustability and rate springs mounted on gas cartridges help cushion the at any speed. The caster angle on the gives a bit of a light feel to the and to some this could be a but adding a simple steering will smooth out the feel for the rider.

Achieving high speeds isn’t a problem with the Force 750 4x4i, but weighing on mind might be ”How does it stop?” Have no as the Brute is equipped with front disc brakes are built with dual in the calipers. The most ingenious on the rear of this Brute is the “SEALED” rear braking Yes you did read it correctly, the rear are sealed in an oil-bathed case the rear differential.

This is another advancement in the industry Kawasaki has added to its arsenal. means that even if the brakes get wet and slip a bit the rear will always be functional. cannot get wet and slip like brakes are occasionally inclined to do.

controlled engine braking is in place to help add that security to the steep descents and the machine as it slows to a crawl. The thing about this Engine Braking Control is it is not overwhelming when you drop the It’s smooth and very

Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4

So moving into the powerplant of the Force 750 I found the same Kawasaki V-Twin fuel engine as it was introduced last Twin 36mm throttle work together to deliver air to propulsion unit. The 32-bit monitors these mechanical and with readings from and air intake temps along throttle position, vehicle intake pressure and the crankshaft the intense job of getting the correct mixture is achieved to perfection.

The is very responsive and power is not on this machine. Speaking of the Kawasaki incorporates ball action with a low spring in the thumb throttle to keep the and fatigue to a minimum. Putting power to the ground is a job handled by the automatic power-drive system. known as the KAPS system by this CVT style drive uses high and low forward plus reverse.

The Brute can be started in any gear as long as any is applied.

Kawasaki engineers are always of ways to reduce wear and on their equipment. The use of Cardan on the output drive shafts this even more. The joint helps reduce by absorbing fluctuations in torque and helps reduce vibrations. simple yet notable items help set the Brute Force including the four-bulb 40-watt and a standard equipment trailer that can handle 1,250 of cargo.

The front and rear can also carry their with 88 pounds on the front and 176 on the So if you’ve got work to do, don’t be as this quad is no slouch in the

Riding the Kawasaki Brute 750 4x4i is always fun. In the of Attica, Indiana we came quite a wide variety of to tackle. The Brute handles the pebble-style dune area but it didn’t really feel at there.

It really performed in tight wooded areas of the as well as crawling over the moon rock patches litter some areas.

machine is very stable and has a feel that makes you to challenge yourself to new levels. is always spot on and just to burst into a sprint at any Riding this machine deep creeks and earth mud wasn’t easy, but the Brute 750 pulled through every

And for the majority of our ride the full kept me dry and somewhat clean.

Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4
Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4


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