It has been a monster on the trails and never let me down. After cleaning up the corrosion or the main harness is replaced because the connector itself is not available separate , some dielectric grease should be applied inside the connector and it should be well sealed to prevent further moisture intrusion. If it holds up nearly as good as the Polaris I'll be happy. But i have been riding for over 15 years now and im only 21 so i have grown up riding. He was not the only Brute 750 to be towed home either.
Its takes about an hour or so to change depending on how many beers you have. Quite honestly, it was the biggest complaint of the large group of riders and racers that took it for a spin. My friends cousins is about a year old and has 1200 + or - miles on it. Why build a 650i that can spank a 750i in nearly every aspect for a lot less clams? When you get the carburetors adjusted to that sweet spot your Brute Force will likely perform better than it ever has! They are by no means a reason to overlook a Brute Force 650i, however. All the bearings going all at once? Great quads if you take care of them. This particular version of their liquid cooled, 90-degree, four stroke V-twin power plant has a 633cc displacement, very similar to the original Prairie 650 engine. Designers gave the Brute Force 650 4x4i a rugged, take-on-anything type of appearance with a new front guard design that will both attract onlookers and satisfy owners.
Waddle said he worked at a dealership that sold all four brands. I recently had a chance to drag race the 650i against our 750i 12 Hour racer. No problems with it at all. Every wheeler I've ever owned had issues with the Rad. Going down hills can literally be done without touching the brakes.
I don't think that is a reason to just bash the whole line. If you happen to get stuck in two wheel drive, you need to be able to move the machine forward or backward a tad bit to get it to lock into 4×4 mode. They will be responsible for servicing it and preparing our green machine to go to Field and Stream to serve as a test mule for their editors. I few phone calls are all it takes to get a replacement set to widen the bars to your liking. Every quad company has its issues but Kawasaki has them beat with the moter, the sups, the whole machine. That place is the Brute Force Resource.
Have you been on a honda recently, outdated eveything, not much have changed since the 2000 honda forman es and i still have one. Run it out of oil and of course it well blow up regardless of hours. So, if you anticipate the possibility of getting stuck, lock it in four wheel drive. Carving sharp corners at speed requires a lot of rider input on this tall machine. I love my brute force.
Ive been working at a motorcycle shop since I graduated in 1995, I've seen it all. The electrolysis occurs within the connector because there are positive and negative wire terminals joined together without any barrier to separate them. From what I've been seeing , I wouldn't buy one. Stopping the 650 4x4i are dual 200mm front discs and an enclosed wet multi-plate rear brake system. There is a problem with a ground lug under the seat. The plastic shape is very aggressive and does a very nice job of keeping the mud off the rider.
The tires will roll over almost to the rim of the wheel when you get it sideways at high speeds. This leads me to believe that Kawasaki might have future plans for the 750i. When your talking about the big bore utes, you cant classify their reliability with the other little bikes. The engine features a bore and stroke of 80mm x 63mm, a compression ration of 9. The bike that I reported on earlier spent 2 weeks in the shop. For starters, the 650i sits about 1 inch lower than the 750i. I have some pretty hilly woods in the driftless region in Wisconsin and this unit pulls some pr.
I know this guy is just trying to get people pissed off. Compared to any can am or polaris, they are much more reliable. With the redesigned front suspension geometry, the 650i steers much better than its big brother. Kawasaki carries over its variable differential lock system from the Prairie and bigger Brute Force. Helping to lighten the load, engineers have used aluminum to replace steel in the construction of the front exhaust pipe cover, new two-piece center exhaust pipe cover, and the muffler cover. I am a huge fan of the 2006 Kawasaki Brute Force 650i. The machine is tall, so keep in mind that you have to take extra caution and use some body English when sliding it aggressively, though.
As for all the bearings going out of the engine. The Brute Force 650i has enough power to climb any mountain. High Lifter kits are built tough. Recent additions to the 4×4 quad wars have made these the most technologically advanced and exhilarating machines ever built. The magnitude of horsepower in this engine makes power sliding it a breeze as well. I have an 06 750i and I have been very rough on mine.
You could've put some Armor All on the damn thing and threw it back on the shelf. My buddy has a 750 Brute , and the thing spends more time in the shop than anything else. It is immediately apparent that the 650i handles better in so many ways than the old 750i. That tendency along with the conservatively backspaced wheels makes it a little scary to ride fast. Riding the Beast With a turn of the switch, a twist of the choke actuator, and a push of the green electric start button, this behemoth comes to life with a sound that is music to the ears. Even with one or two tires clawing at nothing more than air, the machine was able to maintain forward momentum in search of the next challenge.