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I was reading a VS. article on ATV.COM, and they were doing a head to head  with the Pro FX EPS, and the Textron Prowler. And they said Kawasaki is using a  812 CC Chery motor for the Mule!

 Kind of surprised me, i thought Kawasaki used their own engines for the mules.

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Besides Kawasaki and John Deere, there are several other UTV makers (mostly Chinese) using the Chery line of engines.  But Kawasaki, being an Japanese brand, using the Chery engine is a surprise.

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Certainly.  I should have included that.  Mine does.

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