What is the Kawasaki engine model number for the side by sides listed below. I had an older Ute with the 401cc Kawasaki FJ 400D, but it had a carburetor, and a flywheel magneto ignition system.
This new 401cc engine with EFI, and electronic ignition looks like a big improvement over the old. But, I can’t find the Kawasaki engine model number?
Kawasaki 401 cc (24.47 cu. in.) single cylinder, 4-stroke, gas
Bore x Stroke: 3.23x2.99 in
Compression Ratio: 8.6:1
Maximum Torque: 21.4 lb-ft @ 2400 rpm
Valve Train: Single-Cylinder OHV
Engine Vibration: Internal Counter Rotating Balance Shaft
Fuel System: Closed-loop electronic fuel injection
Horsepower (KW): 13.5 hp
Electrical System: Starter/Generator — Solid State Regulator
(Note: Some versions/listings state: "Alternator Output (max)22.9 amp")
Lubrication: Pressurized Oil System
Oil Filter: Spin-On (Item#: 49065-7010)
Cooling System: Air Cooled
Ignition System: Electronic Inductive Spark
Air Cleaner: Replaceable Dry Cartridge (item #: 11013-7029)
Utility vehicles/side by sides that use this engine:
2021MULE SX™ 4x4 FI
2020 E-Z-GO Express™ S4 Elite Gas
Cushman Shuttle 4 EFI Gas
Cushman Hauler 1200
By Robynne Catheron
New-to-me 2012 CC Volunteer throttle cable broke during the wicked cold snap we had a few weeks ago (upstate NY). It was already a bit sticky, but at least it was usable.
Is it possible to replace it myself, or must I pay to have it hauled 50 miles to the nearest shop? I can access both ends, but the majority of it is pretty buried from the top and underneath.
Any advice would be appreciated.
By Robynne Catheron
Just wanted to say hi. I'm very thankful for this forum, because I recently purchased a 2012 Cub Cadet Volunteer. I need to be able to maintain it myself instead of having a shop come and get it. The closest shop is about 50 miles away. I appreciate any and all help and advice!
I hope I don't wear out my welcome here.
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