NEW SUZUKI KINGQUAD
ATV UTV Action brought you the earliest available
information on the 2014 Suzuki ATV lineup back in the
December 2013 issue. Here are the latest details on the
numerous performance updates for the KingQuad 750 and
–Cleaner and more efficient engine with new twin-spark
– The newly designed twin spark-plug cylinder head
maintains the engine performance of the previous 750 and
reduces emissions. Ignition timing of the twin spark plugs
is the same throughout the rev range. As a result, the new
engine has smoother operation throughout the rev range,
quicker response and stronger feel at high rpm.
–Reduced fuel consumption: 10 percent better than the
previous model at 35 mph constant speed on flat ground.
–Multi-hole fuel injector has been adopted for fine spray.
–Intake and exhaust cam profiles have been changed for
KINGQUAD 400ASI & KINGQUAD 400FSI
–Cleaner and more efficient engine.
–Reduced fuel consumption: 15 percent better than
previous automatic transmission models and 17 percent
better than previous manual transmission models at 20 mph
constant speed on flat ground.
– The highly efficient iridium spark plug is used to maintain
the engine performance and to reduce emissions. Engine
starting at low temperatures is also improved.
–Foot-shift 400s have new, easier-to-clean shift levers and
more durable idle gears and bearings.
KINGQUAD 750 & 400 MODELS
–Inner structure of muffler has been changed for improved
–Pulsed-secondary air-injection system and catalyst
converter have been added to meet the new ATV emission
regulation in North America.
–Maximum output (power and torque) matches previous
models while meeting the new emission regulation for ATVs in
–Better control on loose/slippery surface.
–KingQuad 750 and 400 engine control computers
deliver more performance
and fuel mileage, thanks to a new exhaust
system and other tuning changes.
The KingQuad 750’s new twin spark-plug head and numerous
other changes boost power while reducing fuel consumption
now have Slip Control Logic, which adjusts ignition timing
when engine rpm spikes excessively. This system improves
drivability and grip on loose/slippery conditions. (Editor’s
note: This is not a form of traction control. The KingQuads’
impressive powersliding ability will not be affected.)
– Reverse rev limiter now monitors vehicle speed instead of
engine rpm so higher rpm can be used when getting out of
mud or loose ground in reverse mode.
NEW PITSTER PRO YOUTH UTV
Pitster Pro’s new $3599 Double X 200
Limited joins Pitster Pro’s $3299 Double X
150 as competition for Polaris’ popular $4299
RZR 170 youth UTV. The new 200 has a
200cc, single-overhead-cam, two-valve, air-cooled engine. Double-A-arm front suspension
with 6 inches of travel joins the swingarm
rear suspension with 7 inches to handle the
bumps. Twenty-two-inch tires give the machine
7.9 inches of ground clearance. For more
information, contact Pitster Pro at (801) 796-
7416, extension 1 or visit www.pitsterpro.com.
Pitster Pro’s new Double X 200 Limited.