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King Quad 750 vs. Brute Force 750

Discuss King Quad 750 vs. Brute Force 750 in the GENERAL DISCUSSION FORUMS forums; Just wondering what everyones thoughts are on these two bikes and how they compare to eachother. I know that the ...


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    King Quad 750 vs. Brute Force 750

    Just wondering what everyones thoughts are on these two bikes and how they compare to eachother. I know that the brute has a considerable power difference bottom to mid end, but what about the whole bike as a package. I owned a 05 brute force for 3 years and just traded it in on a new king quad. I really like the king quad but miss the bottom end of the brute. My brute was also not efi, and it was a pain in the a$$ to start. Just wondering what some of your thoughts are as to how the stand up to one another....
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    Re: King Quad 750 vs. Brute Force 750

    The Brute Force is now EFI,hope your not kicking yourself.
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    Re: King Quad 750 vs. Brute Force 750

    where is makwa?

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    Re: King Quad 750 vs. Brute Force 750

    Makwa is an hour and a half north east of lloyd. Just north of Paradise hill and st walburg....Meadow Lake area. We are having a rally on april 19th, its a great rally if any of you guys are interested in making the trip. Im one of the organizers, so if any of you have any questions feel free to ask.

    Catmando...i know that the brutes are efi now. I just didn't have very good luck with my Brute force, and had heard from many ppl that the king quad is a very reliable bike. I also heard that if you put that velocity ECU in them that they are very close to the bottom end power of the brute force. Just waiting for my velocity ecu to come in so i can try it out
    2008 King Quad 750- 30" Mudlite XXL, C7 ITP rims, rubberdown customs rad relocate 2" HL lift, custom snorkels (clutch exhaust/intake), gorilla pro series axles, COOP45 shim mod, lime green primary, custom built straight pipe
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    Re: King Quad 750 vs. Brute Force 750

    If you put some pipes on that king quad youll rid yourself of that low end bog your experiancing. did it to mine now i have full power right from the get go.

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    Re: King Quad 750 vs. Brute Force 750

    with the vid install you'll notice more bottom pull with more power everywhere. It's a definite improvement, you lose the override crap should bring smiles all around. Get some tires on and you should be good.
    Fuel mileage improves, more low end and mid range power, installed mine on an 06 700, This is the way it should have come from the factory in my opinion, makes the king a very good ATV. Not the fastest, quickest, etc.

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    Re: King Quad 750 vs. Brute Force 750

    Good choice AC4life.... I have 2008 750Axi Kingquad too - why did I choose Suzuki? I have owned Suzuki road bikes that were totally bulletproof so I figured the 750Axi would be the same and so far I haven't been disappointed - did u get yours from Martins in Lloyd? + would be interested in rally next year....

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    I got the 08 brute force 750 efi it kick ass!!! The one thing I didn't like is it overheat and I fixed that.



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    I have 8300 trouble free kms on my '05 Kingquad. All thru muskeg/pipelines, etc.......nough said!!
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    Re: King Quad 750 vs. Brute Force 750

    2 friends have the King 700's and I would take My BF 750 anyday. A few things like the Dif lock lever are great!! The King did not want to go over 30mph in low, Felt like she would blow!! The BF will do 40mph in low so I shift a LOT less then that do. The King has a softer ride but I like the stifer BF ride more.
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