Kawasaki returned to the Demopark Show in Eisenach, Germany, for the first time in ten years to showcase their FJ-D and TJ53E Engines which have just come on to the market.
Demopark, the largest European open air show dedicated to the turfcare and grounds-care industries attracted 35,000 visitors across the three day event and Horst Britze, Kawasaki's OEM Regional Sales Manager, commented "It was good to be back at Demopark, it was the perfect platform to demonstrate our new Engines to the European market. The FJ180D received a lot of interest from distributors, dealers and OEMs because of the new technology we've developed to achieve the lowest vibration levels for this Engine class."
The air cooled 4-stroke horizontal shaft FJ-D series have been designed to give the best performance even in the most demanding conditions. The FJ180D offers a maximum torque of 11.7Nm at 2800rpm and the FJ220D has a maximum torque of 14.0Nm at 2800rpm, both are fitted with an internally vented carburetor for clean air flow which enhances performance and durability.
The TJ53E Engine also attracted attention as it easily meets all EU, USA and Japan emission regulations without the need for a catalytic converter. The lightweight and compact Engine has a dry weight of 4.5kg but is still designed for exceptional performance with a maximum torque of 3.0Nm at 5000rpm.
To find your nearest Kawasaki Engine distributor you can visit www.kawasaki-engines.eu.