Did you run your VIN on their website? Call Kawi cust service and have them contact your dealer.Still trying to get my dealer to acknowledge there IS a recall. I have a 2014 T4 and a 2014 T2. Both are still running the old setup because Kawi and their dealers seem to NOT be in communication at all.
Kawasaki consumer services are not aware of changes to spring rate of a drive converter. The only difference they claim is the angle of the sheaves on drive converter pulleys and the belt.Talked with vforcejohn john
He said it's got a lighter spring for faster shifting. Which lowers performance and will probably hurt hillclimbing. That is opposite of what I want. Should get my teryx back tomorrow.
I'll be ordering a clutch kit from john very soon. I don't want higher gearing. I want hill climbing power. I don't care if it won't run but. 51 mph.
Can't run fast in the woods.
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Engine braking on my T4 is massive. If FDM delivers less engine braking, i would be happy. Most of the time when i crawl down hill engine braking is enough for a safe descent but if i push brakes, the descent becomes too slow. Kawasaki manual suggest to use engine braking in conjunction with foot brakes in order to prolong the life of the belt.I have not had the FDM done yet. A friend said his don't seem to have the same engine-braking as it did before. Which makes sense.
Had my FDM done. Drove for 5 miles on paved road and noticed no difference. I will not be able to test it in mud or rock climbing because vforcejohn kit arrives in couple of days epper1: Will have a stiffer primary spring and adjustable weights.Look forward to seeing your results