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Old 07-08-2013, 09:05 AM
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here ya go: 2014 T4 783cc engine

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Old 07-08-2013, 09:29 AM
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That Kawi Green looks good!
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:37 AM
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Will the 783 be going in the T2 also?
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:55 AM
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They don't list a 2014 T2 yet.
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Interested to see how it performs.

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Old 07-08-2013, 10:50 AM
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Everyone else is running 1000cc. I don't just want to keep up
Unless your in the wide open or running down the road, the trails where I ride speed is not the issue. I got an old honda 300 that will keep up on the trails, I put dependability and having a great day out riding the trails with friends over speed... hands down, if you looking for speed IMO trade the 4x4 for a crotch rocket.
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Old 07-08-2013, 10:57 AM
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Interested to see how it performs.

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Me to I wonder what the power difference is between the two

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Old 07-08-2013, 11:25 AM
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Looks like it did happen. 2014 Teryx4 LE updates include 783cc engine and Fox Shocks. It looks like they added 3mm's to the stroke.


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damn... i stand corrected! didnt see that listed in any of the CARB applications
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Me to I wonder what the power difference is between the two

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• Larger 783cc SOHC, four-valve-per-cylinder, digital fuel-injected, 90-degree V-twin pumps out 10% more torque over a broad spread of the rev band, plus 8% more power, especially in the low-and mid-range, precisely where a four-seat Side x Side needs it.

• With improved fuel economy, the new 2014 Teryx4 goes farther than ever on one tank of gas

• Oversquare (85 x 69mm) engine dimensions and high-flow four-valve cylinder heads contribute to the Teryx4’s superb acceleration, low-and mid-range pulling power and overall engine flexibility

• 90-degree V-twin configuration offers perfect primary balance, resulting in low engine vibration and maximum comfort for driver and passengers

• Aluminum cylinders are electrofusion-plated for light weight and excellent heat dispersion – all of which add durability and reliability

• Valve timing, lift and ignition timing are optimized, as is the exhaust system, for a powerplant that pumps out ideal power for a four-person Side x Side

• Piston wall thickness, connecting rod bearing surfaces and crank journal surfaces are optimized for durability

• Engine can be started in gear as long as the brake pedal is depressed

• A heavy-duty liquid cooling system keeps temperatures under control in the harshest conditions, and provides long-term dependability

• Underhood snorkel air intake and massive air box feed the engine plenty of clean air while minimizing intake noise. Easy maintenance design promotes long engine life

• Paper air filter element offers plenty of surface area and excellent dust resistance

• Large-capacity radiator is compact and placed high in the chassis for protection against mud and debris, while a large cooling fan increases cooling capacity, especially during slower going and while towing heavy loads

• Large-diameter cooling-system hoses maximize coolant flow and overall capacity, while the coolant reservoir is located beneath the flip-up front cover for easy maintenance

• Engine weight is reduced via numerous advanced technologies, including lightened crank webs, rare earth magnet usage, a small generator, and paring excess material wherever possible

• An ignition cut-out helps preserve the brake system, by preventing driving while the parking brake is engaged
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2014 Teryx 4 Models and I expect 4 of these will be all new 2 seat models.
783cc engine 43kw = 57.62 hp KRF may be Teryx 4 KRT may be Teryx 2
KRF800AE KRF800BE KRF800CE KRF800DE
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disappointing!

Kawasaki always reminds me of Honda in the ATV market always the last to make the leap ahead of others.
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disappointing!

Kawasaki always reminds me of Honda in the ATV market always the last to make the leap ahead of others.
I'm not too worried about it. I can hit mid 60's in the T4 with Benchmarks ecu build. No one really needs to go faster in a sxs. Been there and done that!
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disappointing!

Kawasaki always reminds me of Honda in the ATV market always the last to make the leap ahead of others.

Really...............guess you haven't seen Yamaha's rhino replacement yet then the viking, what were they thinking, really,
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I see the CARB spec now they show KRT (Teryx 4) and KRF 2 seater. So a new two seater is coming sometime this year.
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Old 07-10-2013, 06:17 AM
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Yes Yamaha is still recovering from the lawsuits.

Yes 60 plus in a T4 is plenty fast but a factory 900+cc long travel sportier SXS would be great to see. Polaris is the biggest seller due to the fact that they have cornered the market for duners which is a huge chunk or sales. THe T4 is an amazing machine and unbelievable once long travel is added. But if it had a engine out of the box that accelerates and pulls hills like a maverick they would corner the market.
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So do you guys think the 2014 T2 will have the 800 from the T4 with the clutch upgrades? That would have plenty of power. A 2013 750 T4 will outrun an 800 RZR in a drag race. Think about how peppy a T2 would be with the clutching from the T4 and the 783 cc engine. Not to mention it weighs 300 lbs lighter than the T4.

Also the 800 should have more like 60 hp. I read on here the T4 had 55 hp as opposed to the T2 and Brutes 50. If they really have 54 hp an 8% increase would put them right at 60. That'd make for a quick Brute Force. Would probably run neck and neck with an Outty 800 since theyre lighter.
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Old 07-13-2013, 11:14 PM
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It may make it to the T2 but if Kawi really wants to make a ripple in the pool they need something to really compete with the XP and Maverick for the dunes. It would tickle me pink to see a 60" with the power to give the new 60" Maverick fits.
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It may make it to the T2 but if Kawi really wants to make a ripple in the pool they need something to really compete with the XP and Maverick for the dunes. It would tickle me pink to see a 60" with the power to give the new 60" Maverick fits.

That won't be happening any time soon imo. I think we'll see these upgrades in the Brute Force and the Teryx 2. A T2 with these upgrades and the larger motor will be stout. Not to mention some V force john clutching and a few other small boltons. Should be able to get 70 hp out of these new 800 engines with just boltons. That would be plenty of power for me.
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Old 07-13-2013, 11:50 PM
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I agree we probably won't see that but it's nice to dream.
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Really...............guess you haven't seen Yamaha's rhino replacement yet then the viking, what were they thinking, really,


For sure! I shouldn't have waited on Yamaha so long , and bought my T4 earlier!
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Most of you know the Teryx 2 has some problems. It doesn't gear up all the way so it hits the 8,000 rpm rev limit at 50 mph. V-Force John fixed mine so it does 51 mph at 6,000 rpm. Less noise and better fuel economy. I have a stock engine but it still does 70 mph on the flat. Another problem is the air filter intake is under the engine cover, not good. The teryx 4 has these problems fixed. I expect a much improved 2014 Teryx 2 and its possible for a Sport model to be introduced. Honda also may introduce a sport model this year but if so it probably won't be available until next year.
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Most of you know the Teryx 2 has some problems. It doesn't gear up all the way so it hits the 8,000 rpm rev limit at 50 mph. V-Force John fixed mine so it does 51 mph at 6,000 rpm. Less noise and better fuel economy. I have a stock engine but it still does 70 mph on the flat. Another problem is the air filter intake is under the engine cover, not good. The teryx 4 has these problems fixed. I expect a much improved 2014 Teryx 2 and its possible for a Sport model to be introduced. Honda also may introduce a sport model this year but if so it probably won't be available until next year.
Where are you getting your information from? Do you have a legit source, or are you just speculating? I'm just wondering!

Polaris is set to reveal their 2014 line up and it seems like they have a lot to show. I really hope that you're right with Kawie and Honda coming out with a sport model.
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The Polaris fun factor is good. The design and quality control Sucks. I have a 08 Teryx and Teryx 4. My buddy has 2 Teryx 2's. Together we put on over 29,000 miles with no failures. I put over 17,000 miles on my 3 Polaris models. They are a maintenance pig and have lots of failures. I'm too old to wait on Honda and Kawasaki so I put up with the Polaris problems. It takes a week in my shop to set them up for high mileage. Polaris has some great new models coming but they probably won't fix the design problems and the quality control will be awful. I expect a high performance Sport model with a 5 speed, the single seat model and maybe a rock crawler. We will know in 2 weeks. I won't be buying another Polaris.
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The Polaris fun factor is good. The design and quality control Sucks. I have a 08 Teryx and Teryx 4. My buddy has 2 Teryx 2's. Together we put on over 29,000 miles with no failures. I put over 17,000 miles on my 3 Polaris models. They are a maintenance pig and have lots of failures. I'm too old to wait on Honda and Kawasaki so I put up with the Polaris problems. It takes a week in my shop to set them up for high mileage. Polaris has some great new models coming but they probably won't fix the design problems and the quality control will be awful. I expect a high performance Sport model with a 5 speed, the single seat model and maybe a rock crawler. We will know in 2 weeks. I won't be buying another Polaris.
Fair enough, I'm also not a fan of Polaris, but you never answered my first question. Do you have legit sources in saying that Kawie and Honda will be releasing new "sport" models this year?
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The 2 seat Teryx has been certified with 57 hp. It's a good educated guess and we will probably know for sure by the end of September.
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