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PostSubject: 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport   Mon Jan 19, 2009 11:23 pm

By: CJ Rena Johnson and Tim Donaldson

2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport
It Will Get Under Your Skin!

The scenery of the southwestern United States is renowned for its picturesque, desert landscapes. Although parched and waterless, the desert offers a host of unique vegetation that can survive the seemingly unfertile environment. Western film genres have popularized images of common desert flora such as the large, tree-sized Saguaro Cactus. However, one other member of the genus deserves special recognition–the “Jumping” Cholla Cactus. Flanked in beauty, this small cactus is armed with thousands of small, hair-like spines that readily attach to the skin with even the slightest contact. Once in the skin, the spines can be very difficult to remove–possibly remaining in situ for years!

Likening the lasting, attractive qualities of the Cholla Cactus spines to our first thoughts of Kawasaki’s new Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport model, we immediately felt an enduring connection to this high-performance, side-by-side machine. Introduced at the Boulders OHV Area near Lake Pleasant, Arizona, the 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport is equipped with many enhancements over its 2008 predecessor. Not only has Kawasaki added the Teryx Sport version to the 2009 lineup, all Teryx models have received a new performance facelift. So, with the Sonoran Desert as worthy proving grounds for our review of the Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport, we are sure this side-by-side will find a place “under your skin,” leaving you itching for more! Let’s take a look.

About the 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport
First, the big news for the 2009 Teryx is the feature enhancements. When the Teryx was originally unveiled in 2008, everyone was looking for a fuel-injected machine. True to Kawasaki’s word at the time of the 2008’s initial release, fuel injection’s arrival would only be a short time away. As a result, all 2009 Teryx models are equipped with digital fuel injection. Although last year’s carburetor fuel delivery system was noteworthy, there are no real comparisons to having the immediate throttle response and versatility that is made available through a digitally-mapped fuel-injected system.
Kawasaki has designed the fuel injection to improve low- and mid-throttle response, while the ignition and torque maps are structured to enhance torque response. Controlled by a 32-bit CPU and utilizing dual 34mm throttle bodies with six variously located engine sensors to maximize performance, the timing of the fuel injection has been adjusted to produce a more stable idle and lower the chances of stalling in reverse if the throttle is suddenly closed. Coupled with a redesigned air intake tract on the air box, resulting is decreased cabin noise–the Teryx Sport delivers quick and precise fuel delivery making engine response snappy and sharp.

As for the engine, the Teryx Sport is powered by a 749cc, V-twin engine. Considered the most powerful engine in its class, the liquid-cooled, SOHC, fuel injected 90-degree V-twin has plenty to offer when accelerating and produces a resultantly low amount of engine vibration due to its configuration. Positioned for optimum front/rear balance, the Teryx is primed for power slides and cornering control. While amply satisfying the need for speed, Kawasaki’s Electronic Engine Brake Control satisfactorily brings the machine back to controllable rate, especially when creeping down steep hills. Those braving the mucky trenches will also appreciate the Teryx’s high chassis placement of the radiator to provide maximum protection against mud and debris.

To handle the torque loads produced by the engine, Kawasaki has built a robust transmission system that is tuned for hard accelerations and sport driving. Featuring high and low ranges plus reverse, the Teryx Sport transmission employs a CVT that puts the power straight to the wheels. Utilizing a high-grade belt for maximum durability, the CVT has a Belt Protection System that helps to prevent tire freewheel and belt overloading when rock crawling. The new CVT system also provides additional driver feedback on the instrument cluster through the CVT Belt Warning System which alerts the operator of excessive load conditions that may cause transmission or belt damage.

Knowing that Teryx drivers were going to get this sport machine muddy, Kawasaki engineers rerouted the CVT exhaust duct over the engine to reduce water intake. Not only did the CVT components of the Teryx Sport get a performance overhaul, the drive train joints and shafts were revised to handle the additional power. CV boots are now plastic to increase durability and drive shafts, u-joints, and axles are beefed up with larger diameters and hardened splined areas. The electronically selectable 2WD/4WD has an all new shift system that has an electronic/vacuum shift mechanism that increases reliability with positive shifting. Once in 4WD, Teryx drivers can distribute torque equally to the left and right front wheels, utilizing the ever popular Kawasaki staple–Variable Front Differential Control–via the multi-position hand lever located between the seats.

Overall Handling
Make no mistake, the Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport is a fully functional thrill machine. Offering a wide-body chassis, the thin-walled tubular steel frame offers high rigidity and meets SAE requirements as a roll-over protective structure. The wide stance of the machine–aided by low center of gravity from engine placement–provides excellent off-camber stability, while the chassis ground clearance of 11.7 inches bestows plenty of obstacle tackling agility.
Equipped with a fully adjustable front and rear suspension, low-speed ride comfort was not a design consideration on the Teryx Sport. Offering improved control at higher speeds, the front, fully independent suspension, consists of premium, stepless preload, gas-charged, aluminum Kayaba shocks with piggy-back reservoirs and adjustable rebound and compression damping. The long a-arm design effectively increases wheel travel, minimizing the effects of camber change as the suspension is compressed for more precise steering. The independent rear suspension features the same shocks with a double wishbone design and a revised torsion bar that helps control body roll and promotes improved tracking through rough terrain.

Boasting the largest tire in the RUV category for improved ground clearance, the Teryx is fitted with 26-inch Maxxis tires which are mounted to 12-inch aluminum-cast rims. The tire design was specifically developed for the Teryx to maximize forward traction and provide aggressive cornering and sliding capabilities. The aluminum wheels provide less unspring weight and are lighter by 2.2 pounds each. Within the front wheels, located as such to provide protection from debris, are recessed front disc brakes. The 200mm discs are gripped by 27mm twin-piston calipers which are rigidly mounted to deliver enhanced brake feel and increased control. Sealed in the rear oil bath, unaffected by debris, are the hydraulically operated rear brakes. Both front and rear combine for aggressive braking capabilities.

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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport   Mon Jan 19, 2009 11:24 pm


While the performance of the Teryx may be compared to that of a finely tuned sports car, the convenience and comfort amenities which are available would prove analogous to a luxury, sport utility vehicle. Ergonomically, there is plenty of shoulder and leg room for both driver and passenger. The steering wheel is positioned low for optimum control while driving, and the form-fitting bucket seats and three-point seatbelts keep occupants firmly in place for aggressive sport maneuvering.

The Multi-Function Digital Meter, included on all 2009 Teryx models, keeps all pertinent information readily available for the driver. Message indicators on the digital LCD display include fuel gauge, speedometer, clock, dual trip meters, 4WD, water temperature and fuel injection warnings, CVT belt and oil pressure warnings, and park, neutral, reverse indicators. With a 7.4 gallon fuel tank, there is plenty of range available for vast explorations, and the Teryx is compact enough to fit in the bed of most full-size pickup trucks.
Providing functional versatility, the cargo bed offers a 500-pound capacity with tie-down hooks on each corner with a standard cargo net. Gas-assisted tilting cargo beds are now standard on all Teryx models. Mud guards, designed with an improved shape, along with higher located battery reduce mud and water from entering the electronics and fuel tank areas. The body work of the Teryx is made of high-gloss, scratch-resistant, Thermo-Plastic Olefin which makes cleaning the finish simple and that new-image look lasting longer.

The Bottom Line
My love at first sight was completely rekindled even as I climbed into the passenger’s seat of the new 2009 Teryx FI 4x4 Sport at the Kawasaki Press Event near Phoenix Arizona. I rode a Teryx for the first time at the Dealer event in Texas two months earlier and was very excited to get to test one out on a much more rugged course in the Boulder OHV Park.

I was most impressed with the way this monster took on the mountains. I would never have attempted to climb some of the hills we went up on any of the quads I currently own. But this modern- age dinosaur took them on without as much as a single hesitation.

Once I climbed into the driver’s seat, my love grew even stronger. On my earlier and much shorter test ride in Texas, I recognized it would have taken me a few more laps to get the hang of the handling, especially in the curves, but the ride in Arizona made short work of that challenge. In no time at all, I felt like I had been on a Teryx all my life.
I was pleasantly surprised by the stability at higher speeds as well. Even when reaching speeds of up to 40mph and in loose gravel, the Teryx seemed to hold its own quite well. The bucket seats were quite comfortable even in that rocky terrain and the three-point seatbelts added an extra sense of security.

If I could change one thing about the Teryx, I would make the glove box just a bit larger, but that is only due to the excessive photographic equipment I like to have handy at any given moment. I am really looking forward to bringing one of these toys home for myself. - CJ Rena Johnson

If one word could be used to describe the new 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport, it would be “impressive” and “exhilarating.” Wait, that’s two words. Well, that’s the thing about this machine. It just has so much to offer that it cannot be expressed in one word, and the illustrative monikers could go on and on. Those taking a look at 2009 Teryx Sport for the first time will almost certainly recognize the aggressive styling of the machine, and in the case of the Teryx, performance is not just skin deep.

First, drivers will immediately notice the crisp, startup ability after turning the key. Then, a quick foot stomp on the gas pedal will send an inrush of instantaneous power to the wheels. Thanks to Kawasaki’s implementation of fuel injected and improved air delivery systems, the Teryx supplies all kinds of power at all RPM ranges. Although, being coupled to 749cc V-twin engine has a little to do with that, too.

Once out of the gate, the Teryx was quite nimble on its feet. Turning and cornering was precise and responsive. The tire design left the right amount of traction so that we could controllably slide around the turns at higher rates of speed. Given the rough terrain that we presented to the Teryx, it soaked them up with ease. Even though we noticed a little bounce in some cases, other riders informed us that a few minor tweaks to the preload-adjustable suspension left them satisfied.

Every obstacle that we encountered was tackled with confidence. Steep, off-camber slopes were ridden confidently, and the machine proved to be very stable with little sway–providing a solid, secure feel. Most impressively, the Teryx made short work of climbing and descending very steep grades. Seamlessly dropping the transmission into low range and switching to 4WD, coupled with the holding power of the Kawasaki Engine Brake and occasional application of the brakes, the Teryx imparted a controllable descent speed and restraining grip that would have made Spiderman proud.

Overall, I am extremely impressed with 2009 Kawasaki Teryx Sport model.--especially with having the opportunity to add from the available Kawasaki Performance Accessories to make the Teryx better, it would take many more hours of seat time to find fault with this machine. However, at 58.7-inches wide, this unit would ultimately be too wide for some of my local riding areas on federal lands which are restricted to 50-inch widths. Though possibly an isolated case, the width of the machine is part of what makes it such an excellent machine, so I wouldn’t change a thing. Besides, future marketing trends of ORV users may have a positive influence on restrictive laws. You think? – Tim Donaldson

As it may be easy to see why the 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport will get under your skin, we don’t want you take our word for it, get out there and try one for yourself. Just stay away from the “Jumping” Cholla’s! This is possibly one of the most exciting and innovative RUV’s in its class, so you won’t be disappointed!
For more information about the Teryx, visit or Kawasaki’s other products at

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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport   Mon Jan 19, 2009 11:25 pm

2009 Kawasaki Teryx™ 750 FI 4x4 Sport

Features and Benefits
High-performance 749cc V-Twin Engine

  • Liquid-cooled, SOHC, fuel-injected, 90-degree V-twin is the most powerful engine in its class
  • Ample torque output contributes to the Teryx’s superb acceleration and allows powerslides on command
  • Oversquare design with an 85mm bore x 66mm stroke help enable reliable high-rpm operation
  • The 90° V-Twin configuration offers perfect primary balance, resulting in low engine vibration
  • Aluminum cylinders are Electrofusion-plated for light weight, long wear and excellent heat dispersion
  • Engine can be started in any gear when the brakes are applied
  • Electronically controlled Kawasaki Engine Brake Control helps to slow the RUV when descending steep hills
  • Positioned mid-ship for optimum front/rear balance – good for power slides and cornering control
  • Ducts located by the cargo bed direct cooling air to the engine
  • Radiator is compact and placed high in the chassis for maximum protection against mud and debris

Digital Fuel Injection system

  • High output 750cc V-twin engine includes a digital fuel injection (DFI) system, which enhances throttle response and automatically adjusts for changes in temperature and altitude
  • DFI system (controlled by a 32-bit CPU) continually monitors coolant temperature, air intake temperature, throttle position, air intake pressure, vehicle speed and crankshaft angle to automatically meter out the ideal amount of fuel via two 34mm throttle bodies for extremely stable power delivery – regardless of the conditions
  • Quick and precise fuel delivery makes the Teryx Sport’s engine response sharper than ever
  • DFI system permits easy engine starting at low temperature and utilizes an Automatic Idle Speed Control and Automatic Fast Idle function to ensure smooth starting and engine warm-up
  • High-pressure fuel pump is located inside the tank and features a unique reservoir chamber at the bottom of the pump housing, to ensure air does not get into the fuel system
  • Teryx-specific throttle body sizes, engine timing and ignition timing are set for increased low and mid-range torque as well as improved response at higher rpm

Continuously Variable Transmission

  • Featuring a high and low range, plus reverse, the CVT provides a very direct feel from the engine and nearly instantaneous acceleration – ideal characteristics for sport riding
  • Transmission utilizes a high-grade belt that’s highly durable and designed to handle the high output of the engine
  • CVT Belt Protection System helps prevent tire freewheel, and reduce belt overloading when rock-crawling, by adding a Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) to the CVT’s sensor array

Selectable Four-wheel-drive / Variable Front Differential Control

  • Rider can select two- or four-wheel-drive operation by pressing a switch located on the dash
  • Electrically “selectable” 2WD/4WD system engages instantly
  • Limited-slip front differential reduces steering effort under normal four-wheel drive operation, while Variable Front Differential Control permits rider to distribute torque equally to left and right front wheels for maximum traction via a hand lever located between the seats
  • Rear wheels are locked and always turning together for controllable power slides

Wide-body Chassis

  • Large-diameter thin-walled tubular steel frame offers high rigidity – a perfect base for performance riding
  • Meets SAE requirements as a roll-over protective structure (ROPS)
  • Wide track helps provide additional stability
  • Chassis has 11.7 inches of ground clearance for clearing tough off-road obstacles
  • Chassis offers the right balance of bump absorption while limiting understeer
  • Able to tackle corners in either a drift or grip style and operate beyond the limits of its rivals

Sport-focused Suspension

  • Utilizes long dual front A-arm suspension and narrow frame concept to maximize the length of the front and rear suspension’s lower A-arms, contributing to excellent road-handling performance
  • Features increased rear suspension damping and spring rate and decreased stabilizer stiffness to contribute to improved traction and handling
  • First with sport performance-focused suspension – low-speed comfort not a main design priority
  • High-performance, single-chamber, adjustable gas-charged Kayaba shocks offer excellent fade-resistant damping performance, even in hard conditions, while providing 7.5 inches of travel
  • Both front and rear shocks are preload-adjustable and feature piggy-back reservoirs, further reducing the tendency of oil to froth under hard conditions
  • Independent rear suspension provides the best balance of rider comfort and handling at high speeds

High-performance Brakes

  • Dual front 200mm disc brakes gripped by 27mm twin-piston calipers and Kawasaki’s sealed, oil-bathed, multi-disc rear brake system provide maximum stopping power in all conditions
  • Compact size of the rear brake design contributes to a favorable ground clearance
  • Front discs are recessed in wheels for protection from debris, while the rigid-mount calipers deliver enhanced brake feel and increased control

Large 26-inch Tires

  • 26-inch MAXXIS tires were specifically developed for the Teryx to maximize forward traction while offering excellent characteristics for both aggressive cornering and sliding
  • Mounted on 12-inch rims, the largest tires available in the RUV category provide good rough terrain performance and obstacle clearance


  • Plenty of shoulder and legroom to comfortably accommodate two adults
  • Form-fitting bucket seats and retractable three-point seatbelts hold rider and passenger firmly in place
  • Steering wheel positioned low for optimum control when sport riding
  • Dual retractable cup holders

Multi-Function Digital Display

  • Includes a digital fuel gauge, speedometer, clock, dual trip meters plus parking, 4WD, water temperature and fuel injection warning indicators
  • Additional indicator lamps include CVT belt warning, neutral, reverse and oil pressure warning


  • Revised rear mud guard shape
  • Body work is made of high-gloss scratch-resistant Thermo-Plastic Olefin
  • Steel floor boards and engine guards for maximum protection
  • Battery and electric parts located higher, further out of the way of water and mud
  • Dual 40W headlights and 8/27W dual taillights

Cargo Capability

  • Cargo bed offers substantial carrying capacity with a 500 lb capacity, tie down hooks in all four corners, standard cargo net and sizeable dimensions
  • Gas-assisted tilting cargo bed facilitates dumping cargo and is now a standard feature on all Teryx models

Range / Transportability

  • Large 7.4 gal. (28L) fuel tank offers the range for plenty of fun
  • Teryx is compact enough to fit in the bed of most full-size pickup trucks

2009 Kawasaki Teryx™ 750 FI 4x4 Sport Specifications*

  • Engine: Liquid-cooled, 90-degree, four-stroke V-twin
  • Valve system: SOHC, four valves per cylinder
  • Displacement: 749cc
  • Starting system: Electric
  • Bore x stroke: 85 x 66mm
  • Compression ratio: 8.8:1
  • Fuel system: 2 x Mikuni 34mm throttle bodies
  • Ignition: Digital DC-CDI
  • Transmission: Continuously variable belt-drive transmission with high and low range, plus reverse, and Kawasaki Engine Brake Control
  • Final drive: Selectable four-wheel drive with Variable Front Differential Control, shaft
  • Frame: Large diameter, thin-walled, high-tensile tubular steel
  • Front suspension / wheel travel: Adjustable dual A-arm with aluminum-body gas-charged shocks with piggy-back reservoirs, fully adjustable preload, and adjustable rebound/compression damping / 7.5 in.
  • Rear suspension / wheel travel: Adjustable Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) with reservoir-equipped gas-charged shocks with adjustable preload and adjustable rebound/compression damping / 7.5 in.
  • Front tires: Maxxis 26x8-12
  • Rear tires: Maxxis 26x10-12
  • Front brakes: Dual hydraulic discs with 2-piston calipers
  • Rear brake: Sealed, oil-bathed, multi-disc
  • Overall length: 115.4 in.
  • Overall width: 58.7 in.
  • Overall height: 75.7 in.
  • Wheelbase: 79.6 in.
  • Ground clearance: 11.7 in.
  • Lighting: (2) 40W headlights, (2) 8W taillight, 27W stoplight
  • Cargo bed capacity: 500 lbs, 44.2 W x 32.7 L x 11.1 in. H
  • Towing capacity: 1300 lbs
  • Curb weight: 1380 lbs
  • Fuel capacity: 7.4 gal.
  • Instruments: Multi-Function Digital Meter with speedometer, fuel gauge, clock hour meter, odometer, dual trip meter and parking brake, R/N/P/4WD, water temp and oil pressure indicators
  • Color: Lime Green
  • MSRP: $11,899
  • Wholesale distributor: Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A.
    9950 Jeronimo Road
    Irvine, CA 92618
    (949) 770-0400

*Specifications are subject to change. Media are encouraged to visit for most current specifications.

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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport   Tue Jan 20, 2009 7:34 am

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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Sport   Fri Mar 06, 2009 3:08 pm

I like the seats they spared no expense.
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