Kawasaki says its new FX730V-EFI engine uses the most advanced electronic fuel-injection system the company has ever developed. The system incorporates a fully integrated electronic governor and an advanced engine control unit (ECU) that instantly matches power to cutting load and ground speed.
The new EFI system will enable professional landscapers to mow lawns more efficiently, according to Kawasaki, which is making the new EFI system available on select models of FX Series and FS Series engines, with plans to incorporate it in additional models.
The new EFI system is designed to meet the “specific demands” of commercial landscapers, the company says. Equipment with engines incorporating the new EFI system will be able to avoid typical hillside mowing slowdowns, Kawasaki says, as the load-matching e-governor keeps drive wheels and cutting blades working at peak productivity.
The 25.5-horsepower FX730V-EFI engine eliminates power loss through the entire load range, so equipment operators can move quickly through almost any turf conditions, according to the manufacturer.