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Old 12-30-2006, 02:00 PM   #11
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The one on Kawasaki's site will only work in 1996 and older, the one made for Club Car will only work in 1997 and newer. FE400s are some nice engines.
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Old 02-08-2007, 11:47 PM   #12
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How many HP are the FE400's?
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Old 02-09-2007, 02:00 AM   #13
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Old 02-09-2007, 08:06 AM   #14
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How many HP are the FE400's?
They make 13 @ 3,600 RPMs, but you will only see about 11 of those in normal driving because 1) you are never at a constant 3,600 RPMs, 2) that is the MAXIMUM output, not recommended, and 3) they have much more torque down low than a FE290, so that is what you'll feel when you are taking off, and midrange pickup is where the power comes into play.
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How many HP are the FE400's?
They make 13 @ 3,600 RPMs, but you will only see about 11 of those in normal driving because 1) you are never at a constant 3,600 RPMs, 2) that is the MAXIMUM output, not recommended, and 3) they have much more torque down low than a FE290, so that is what you'll feel when you are taking off, and midrange pickup is where the power comes into play.
````````````I````````````no one else but I run my 400 at 4800 rpm with great results and no failure after 90 really hard hours of testing...the cart is a carryall 2 with 26 s......i am getting more than 13 hp a;ll the time ( unless idling).... although this rpm level isnt recomende im just stating the results i have had... just so the previous post doesnt make the 400 look like crap
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Old 02-10-2007, 09:43 AM   #16
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IAMCOOL, sorry if I made the FE400 look like crap, that was not my intention. I was trying to provide real world feedback on the performance of any engine. At 4800 I'd say that is good enough test to prove that it is tough. I have to give the FE series credit for being able to run much higher than stock and still perform like new. Sorry for any misunderstanding.
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dont be sorry ....just wanted folks to know 3600 max and 300 rpm normal is pathetic and the 400 350 and 290 is far more able than that
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Old 02-10-2007, 02:18 PM   #18
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The highest I've had my 290 is the rev limiter. And that was just once, to see what it sounded like up around 3900. I have shot a [real] Honda GX340 up to its max and it sounded awful, the Kawasaki seems to stay much more composed when up in the higher RPMs. I don't think they make more power up that high because the max is advertised, and that usually falls around 34-3600 depending on the engine. So at 4800 you are getting al LOT of speed out of it but only about 11hp. My "Honda" makes its 13hp at 4000 RPMs, so I won't be able to get that very often. I'm scared to death to start the thing, much less wind it up to 4k. LOL

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Old 02-10-2007, 02:24 PM   #20
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Ummmm, a COEXIST sign. It's original purpose was to show a (not any more) member that we all just need to get along and COEXIST. LOL.

I have a question about the FE400 you sell, can you get them in CW rotation for the newer Club Cars? Thanks.
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