Global Manufacturer, Kawasaki, is returning to DemoPark 2011 at Eisenach-Kindel in Germany to showcase their impressive new range of Engines.
Kawasaki has developed new technology for the recently launched FJ-D Engines to meet market demands for optimum cost, high quality and low vibration. The new 4 stroke horizontal shaft FJ-D range includes the FJ180 and the FJ220 and plans are already in place to extend the range further.
Kawasaki has designed a spherical combustion chamber for the FJ-D Engines, which together with their Over Head V-valve technology ensures that the range not only exceeds the worldwide emission directives but also achieves 10% power enhancement compared with existing models. The Engines also include Kawasaki's K-Twin balancer system which cuts vertical vibration to zero and reduces noise output.
The new 2 stroke horizontal shaft TJ53E model includes Kawasaki's specifically designed aluminium spark plug cap (patent pending), which reduces any electromagnetic interference. New crankshaft machining technology has also been developed to cut noise output and vibration.
Kawasaki has increased their market share in Engine sales across Europe in the last year, which together with these new innovations secures their place as one of the leading manufacturers in Engine design. Jack Ford, Kawasaki's Senior Product Manager said "Our objective is to always provide the professional user with powerful and durable Engines and I'm confident that by introducing these new ranges we will strengthen our already dominant position in the professional market."
The new ranges join an impressive family of Engines renowned for their performance, reliability and superior quality. From 26 to 28 June 2011 visitors to Kawasaki's stand, A-190, can view a select range of Engines and meet the Kawasaki team who will be happy to discuss any aspect of the range.