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2009 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i and 650 4x4i Preview


by Pascal Bastien ,

Industry-leading features
Both machines feature several creative mechanical features that were originally developed by Kawasaki. The variable front differential, controlled on the fly by a convenient short lever above the brake lever, makes it much easier to get the ATV through difficult or slippery situations. With the hand lever released, the system functions as a light limited-slip differential providing excellent steering feel. Pulling the lever increases the level of lock between the front wheels, to the point where the differential locks completely, thus offering improved grip at the front.

2009 Kawasaki Brute Force 650 4x4i

Kawasaki was the first ATV manufacturer to use the famous multi-plate rear brake system -- exactly seven years ago. This oil-bath system is similar to that of a motorcycle clutch mechanism; it proves more effective in "dirty" conditions, as well as being more durable and lower-maintenance than a conventional disc or drum system, as the brake is fully enclosed and thus protected against dirt and mud.

With several advanced features (often emulated by the competition over the past few years), a modern chassis, a fully-independent suspension and a thrill-inducing, ultra-powerful V-twin, the 2009 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i and 650 4x4i utility ATVs offer rugged trail enthusiasts more value and peace of mind than ever.

Photo Credit : Kawasaki
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