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In 2005, Kawasaki took the already popular and extremely capable KVF 700 Prairie 4X4 and created a monster. Needless to say, ATV manufactures are always trying to out-do one another and the Brute Force 750 took things to an all new level. The V-Twin powerhouse was increased from 698cc to 749cc and the 2005 Brute Force 750 became the industries most powerful ATV to date. The New Brute Force 750 had electronically controlled engine braking system (EBS) to help slow the beast on steep downhills without melting the brakes. The On-Demand four wheel drive was also electronically controlled, and with the simple push of a button you could engage the four wheel drive to get out of almost any slippery situation. The front differential was equipped with a variable limited slip which allows the Brute Force to go places few other ATV could dream of.

kawasaki brute

kawasaki brute

In 2012 Kawasaki added Power-Steering as an option, but it is becoming more of a necessity to steer the oversized ATV's that are popular today. If you demand a smooth ride without sacrificing towing or cargo capacity, the Independent Suspension on the 2013 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 is one of the best. You can load up the racks with more than 260 lbs. and tow up to 1250 lbs thanks to the torque of the 750 V-Twin engine. Work or Play the Kawasaki Brute Force lineup has ATVs perfectly suited for every job and rider. With engines ranging from 300-750cc there’s no task to big or to small.

Q. What does the "I" and "EPS" stand for on my Brute Force 650 or 750?

A. Kawasaki Brute Force ATV's are made with either a solid rear axle or Independant Rear Suspension. If your model has a solid axle, make sure when looking up parts to choose the model that does not have an "i" as the "KVF650i" model is the one with Independant Rear Suspension and has many different parts than the solid axle version. The "EPS" on Brute Force ATV's stands for Electronic Power Steering.

 

650/750 = No letter means it has a solid rear axle

I/IRS = Indepentand Rear Suspension

EPS = Electronic Power Steering

 

 

Kawasaki Brute Force Specs

Tires, Battery, Spark Plug, Oil Filter, and Air Filter

Kawasaki Brute Force 300 Specs

2012-2013 KVF300 4x4

Front Tires 22x7x10

Rear Tires 22x10x10

Battery 26012-1253 (YTX12-BS)

Spark Plug DPR7EA-9

Oil Filter 14043-Y001

Air Filter 11013-Y002

Kawasaki Brute Force 650 Specs

2005-2013 KVF650 D\E 4x4 (Solid Axle)

Front Tires 25x8x12

Rear Tires 25x10x12

Battery 26012-1414 (YTX14-BS)

Spark Plug 92070-1209 (CR7E)

Oil Filter 16097-0008 (2005 Only)

Oil Filter 16097-0003 (2006-2013)

Air Filter 11013-0001

Kawasaki Brute Force 650 Specs

2006-2013 KVF650i F\G\H 4x4 IRS

Front Tires 25x8x12

Rear Tires 25x10x12

Battery 26012-1414 (YTX14-BS)

Spark Plug 92070-1209 (CR7E)

Oil Filter 16097-0003

Air Filter 11013-0021

Kawasaki Brute Force 750 Specs

2005-2013 KVF750i A/B/C/D/E/F 4x4 IRS

Front Tires 25x8x12

Rear Tires 25x10x12

Battery 26012-1414 (YTX14-BS)

Spark Plug 92070-1209 (CR7E)

Oil Filter 16097-0008 (2005 Only)

Oil Filter 16097-0003 (2006-2013)

Air Filter 11013-0021

Kawasaki Brute Force 750 Specs

2012-2013 KVF750i A/B/C/D/E/F 4x4 IRS with EPS

Front Tires 25x8x12

Rear Tires 25x10x12

Battery 26012-1414 (YTX14-BS)

Spark Plug 92070-1209 (CR7E)

Oil Filter 16097-0003

Air Filter 11013-0021

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