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Old 12-14-2012, 01:47 AM   #1
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Default Newbie Need Information of BruteForce 750 4x4i EPS

Hi everbody,

I would like to have a brand new Kawasaki BruteForce 750 4x4i EPS utility ATV.

However, many things I do not understand and would like to ask here in this forums.

What are the differences of the below Kawasaki BruteForce 750 4x4i EPS?

KVF750GCF
KVF750HCF
KVF750HCS
KVF750JCF
KVF750JCS

Does the Kawasaki BruteForce 750 4x4i EPS using a radiator?

Which online store that selling the OEM Kawasaki BruteForce 750 4x4i EPS spare parts and cheap price?

Thank you very much for the help

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All Brutes are liquid cooled aka Radiator being big V-Twins.

As far as I know the 12's really come in 2 flavors- EPS or not.
The red ones are Non-EPS.You pay a little more for Camo or Special Edition which gets you a rim upgrade and pretty painted plastics.Green and Black models are identical with EPS.I highly recommend the EPS.This big Quad requires almost zero effort to point it wherever you want it to go.Steering with one hand in tough spots is not an issue.Purists say it is one more thing to break and like the old school feel.I'm 45 years old so I'll take all the help I can get!
I have a 12 that I put about 220 miles on so far stock except for a winch and a bag and so far I love it.Zero issues.
This is my first ATV so I have nothing to compare with but so far the stock tires aren't all that bad.They have gotten me through some rough stuff no problems and my first ride was in a downpour and I had no traction issues.
That said I will eventually upgrade the tires.
Lots of great deals on leftover 12's-shop around.
Rocky Mountain ATV has good prices/service on accessories,not sure about OEM stuff.
Here is a link to places to buy stuff:

http://www.brutecentral.com/forums/b...buy-stuff.html


Happy Trails!
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Quote: Originally Posted by chiadrum View Post
All Brutes are liquid cooled aka Radiator being big V-Twins.

As far as I know the 12's really come in 2 flavors- EPS or not.
The red ones are Non-EPS.You pay a little more for Camo or Special Edition which gets you a rim upgrade and pretty painted plastics.Green and Black models are identical with EPS.I highly recommend the EPS.This big Quad requires almost zero effort to point it wherever you want it to go.Steering with one hand in tough spots is not an issue.Purists say it is one more thing to break and like the old school feel.I'm 45 years old so I'll take all the help I can get!
I have a 12 that I put about 220 miles on so far stock except for a winch and a bag and so far I love it.Zero issues.
This is my first ATV so I have nothing to compare with but so far the stock tires aren't all that bad.They have gotten me through some rough stuff no problems and my first ride was in a downpour and I had no traction issues.
That said I will eventually upgrade the tires.
Lots of great deals on leftover 12's-shop around.
Rocky Mountain ATV has good prices/service on accessories,not sure about OEM stuff.
Here is a link to places to buy stuff:

Happy Trails!
Thank you for the link.

However, you show me the link that selling accessories, not the OEM spare parts.

So, could anyone send me another link of the online store that selling OEM Kawasaki BruteForce 4x4i EPS utility ATV spare parts, and the cheap one than others?
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Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS - Atv utility/sport - Model 2013 - Canadian Kawasaki Motors Inc.

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2013 Brute ForceŽ 750 4x4i EPS Sport Utility - Kawasaki.com

I'm pretty sure all 2013 Brute's will have EPS. Non EPS will not be an option for a 750 after 2012.
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aftermarket parts are available most anywhere..just do a google search. That being said, I use Rocky Mountain ATV for most of my things (OEM, fluids, accessories, tires, etc). They have good pricing, very fast shipping, and great customer service
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