Back in 2008 the first Kawasaki Teryx was released as a 750 4×4 recreational utility vehicle (RUV). Since its release, the Teryx has been a popular choice for those who need a recreation vehicle or just want to have fun. With the release of the Can-Am X3 and Polaris RZR, sales of the Teryx plummeted due to the performance capabilities of its competitors.
Kawasaki decided to become a contender again after releasing the 2020 Teryx KRX 1000 which features an 8-valve parallel-twin engine that exerts an aggressive tone from the 999cc DOHC engine. With any machine in its factory form, owners want to personalize and upgrade their purchase, but since the KRX is so new to the market, not many manufacturers have released aftermarket components.
HMF Racing engineered quite a few parts to upgrade your KRX to assist in the off-road realm. These components will provide drivers with security, better performance, and also enable your machine to be heard. The DynoJet Power Commander, Defender front and rear bumpers, and different exhaust configurations are now available from HMF.
To increase the performance output the DynoJet Power Commander was developed. Altering the fuel trims, ignition timing, and providing pre-programmed maps allow owners to enhance the power output while improving the efficiency of the engine. To return to stock, simply remove the piggyback module. This device is expandable by easily plugging in extra components.
Increasing rigidity and ruggedness is essential for any UTV as sometimes you might bump into objects on the trails like a rock or a tree. HMF released the front and rear defender series bumpers to protect against any foreign objects out in the wild. To provide extra utility, a winch mount was incorporated to the front bumper to allow owners to pull their buddy or themselves out of a sticky situation.
Utilizing .095” mandrel-bent steel tubing provides immense durability which gives owners the option to mount a 4,500 lbs. rated winch. Not having to worry about getting too stuck eases the mind and lets you soak up maximum amounts of fun with added security. The rear bumper features a hitch receiver to hook up small trailers or hitch-mounted accessories.
The front and rear bumpers were intended to protect the chassis, but offer much more utility with the winch mount and hitch receiver options.
To complete the aftermarket upgrade suite, HMF offers various slip-on exhaust configurations to provide owners with a handful of options to choose from. A quiet and loud version of each exhaust is available to dial in tone and noise levels. Not only do these exhausts enhance the throaty nature of the parallel-twin engine but they also significantly reduce weight versus the factory.
Quiet slip-on systems have an 85 dB rating at idle and 96 dB at 3,500 RPM’s whereas the loud configuration is 88 dB at idle and 100 dB at 3,500 RPM. The sound difference is minimal, but provides drivers with a significant increase versus the factory 74 dB idle and 86 dB at 3,500. Each system offers four different finishes for ultimate customization.
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