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2010 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 Photo Gallery
The Badlands Off-Road Park in Attica, Indiana offers a wonderful assortment of terrain.
Motorcycle-USA finds out what life is like on four wheels with Kawasaki’s Teryx 750 FI 4x4 side-by-side at the Badlands Off-Road Park in Indiana. See what it’s like in the
Kawasaki Brute Force and Teryx Badlands Tour
The Teryx features almost 12-inches of ground clearance.
More rock crawling aboard the 2010 Kawasaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4.
Check out Kawasaki’s latest 2011 Tankxxx mini-tank! Just kidding this was some dude’s custom tank that he was ripping around Badlands on.
A variable-rate locking front differential allows you to crawl up rocks.
The Teryx uses an liquid-cooled 749cc V-Twin.
On the right side of the dash is a weatherproof storage compartment.
The parking brake lever is to the far left and is separated by the brake lever and the accelerator to the right.
The brakes are a pair of recessed twin caliper hydraulic discs up front and a modified version of Kawasaki’s muti-plate sealed wet brake system in the rear.
The underside of the Teryx is protected by a set of plastic skid plates.
Pictured above is the Teryx’s dash.
A new hinged, forward-tilting front hood enforces aggressive new styling, and allows quick access to the radiator and front suspension components, for easier maintenance.
The Teryx is able to drive right through shallow water crossings.
Traction even in two-wheel drive is pretty astounding.
Low range is necessary for climbing up steep inclines.
One of the best attributes of the Teryx is how easy it is to drive.
2010 Kawassaki Teryx 750 FI 4x4 in Sunbeam Red.
Thermo-Plastic Olefin bodywork has a great-looking high-gloss finish that’s more scratch-resistant than polyethylene—so it stays great-looking longer.
On the center console over the engine is the shifter and the lever for the locking in the front differential. The shift pattern is simple and easy to use with neutral in the center, reverse to the rear, and high and low ranges forward.
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