Suzuki King Quad 44 Review
It was when Suzuki took the bull by the horns and announced a new kind of ATV, one with four wheels instead of three. It was the QuadRunner LT that allowed them to rightfully claim the first on four wheels slogan that they proudly advertise today. Later in , they were the first to release a race quad, the Suzuki LT Quad Racer. Then in , Suzuki dove head first into the Utility market with their revolutionary King Quad 44, which featured independent front and rear suspension. While this machine was great in its day, it was quickly matched and improved upon throughout the 90s and now the twenty first century. Sadly, the King Quad name had became nothing more than a label on the side of an aging machine, rather then a statement of stature in the ATV industry. Suzuki and their once mighty King Quad had fallen victim to bigger and better 44 ATVs.
As of late, Suzuki has jumped back into the ATV scene with its game face on and have produced their share of class leading machines. Youve probably noticed that theyre more serious than ever about defending their four wheeled invention in the now extremely highly competitive market place. However, they were not satisfied with their current place in the big bore 44 area of the market. The King Quad name meant a lot to Suzuki. Their king was being roosted on by some pretty impressive sport utilities. Embarrassed, they spent the last five years developing a whole new king from the ground up.
Their goal was simple release the best performing sport utility quad on the market. They call it the Suzuki King Quad Has Suzuki succeeded in their goal? Is this the king of the sport utility market? We recently rode the new King Quad at the Voyageur Trail System located in the Canadian Shield (also known as the Pre Cambrian Shield) in Mattawa, Ontario, Canada to try to find out. This trail system offered every type of terrain imaginable; rock, mud, water, trees, hills, you name it it had it.
This cut out shows Suzukis mighty cc DOHC big bore liquid cooled engine. We asked Mr. Kato, the president of Suzukis motorcycle and ATVs, what his proudest feature was on the new King Quad After a few seconds of thought, he confidently told us it was the engine. He was proud that Suzuki was able to pack so much performance into one cylinder. We agreed, one cylinder means less weight, less maintenance and less money. But more performance?
Looking closer at Mr. Katos proudest achievement, we find a single-cylinder, DOHC, liquid-cooled cc monster with a bore and stroke of mm x 85mm. The four-valve, four-stroke power plant is indeed pretty impressive. Suzuki used the same compact cylinder head design as they do on their GSX-R high performance street motorcycles. Special attention was made in a few very important areas. The air cleaner, throttle body and cylinder head are composed in a manner that allows a straight downdraft intake passageway. Massive 36mm-diameter intake valves and 33mm exhaust vales increase the volume of fuel/air into and out of the combustion chamber, even at low rpm. The duel overhead cam (DOHC) design allows the spark plug to be located right above the middle of the combustion chamber, which further enhances combustion efficiency. A forged aluminum-alloy piston, sealed with an upper L-shaped compression ring, is attached to a tricked out crank, which boasts an anchor-shaped web. This optimizes crank inertia and produces a good amount of low to mid range torque.
Narrow-minded sport quad enthusiast take note. The King Quad is an absolute blast to ride. Try one for yourselves.Suzuki really wanted to keep the weight down and did a fine job of it. Aluminum alloy and magnesium components were used when possible. The gear driven valve system minimizes cam sprocket size. This allows a short/narrow cylinder head which reduces weight and overall engine height.
Suzukis plasma-spray cylinder coating (SPSC) eliminates the need for a cast steel cylinder liner while improving resistance to heat and power-robbing friction. Importantly they went a step further with their weight diet and lowered the center of gravity greatly by inclining the cylinder 48 degrees. This lowered the engine height which allowed them to later lower the seat height. As you can see Suzukis superb handling characteristics started within the engine itself. Two balancer shafts, one in the front of the crankshaft and one behind help keep vibration to a minimum. Rubber engine mounts also help calm the mighty cc beast.
The King Quad is the first Suzuki ATV to use a fuel injection system. Fuel injection offers many benefits that ATVers are now able to take advantage of. You wont go though as much fuel, starting is easier even in cold conditions, no choke is ever needed, theres no jetting or carb adjustment needed and throttle response is smooth and precise. Since Suzuki considers this power plant as royalty its not fed with any ordinary injection however. Instead it uses the very same technology that Suzuki uses in its high performance motorcycles. Suzukis Electronic Control Module (ECM) manages the fuel injection system with a 16 bit processor that calculates the perfect amount of fuel injection volume and ignition timing at all times.
The thumper is liquid cooled with a large-capacity aluminum radiator with a mm diameter cooling fan. The fan is controlled by an automatic thermostat switch located on the back of the cylinder head. Lastly worth note is a spin-on-type oil filter, which simplifies oil changes.
We got to the top of this ski hill and got off long enough to get this photo. The King Quad is a sharp looker if you ask us.
Springfield, MOs Paul McElroy won Suzukis Alive and Running contest. Here, he and Mr. Kato, Suzukis president, proudly stand next to his King Quad.
The front wheels are driven by a unique torque-sensing, limited slip differential.
The King Quad orders power to its wheels with its QuadMatic CVT-type automatic transmission. A fender-mounted shifter on the riders left operates the transmissions high, low, neutral and reverse gears. A gear indicator appears in the instrument panel on the dash. A push of the red button on the right handlebar side engages the front wheels. Suzuki wants you to completely stop before switching into 4 wheel drive. We ignored that rule and shifted on the fly without a problem. A unique Sure-Track torque sensing limited-slip front differential delivers 4 wheel drive traction control that is more efficient than a conventional limited slip system. This offers more powerful traction while delivering a lighter steering effort.
The King Quads front differential lock system can be engaged when you need all four wheels delivering the most traction possible. This is engaged with a flick of the right thumb. The continuously variable transmission (CVT) delivers power with a V shaped belt and centrifugal clutch. Were happy to report that the belt didnt slip after a days worth of extreme riding, which included several trips through deep water and mud. Also worth mention is the fact that the transmission features an advanced engine brake system. This minimizes free-wheeling to reduce downhill speed.
The King Quad comes with a center mounted tow hitch and can tow up to lbsA high tensile-steel frame is used with special attention to rigidity and weight. Suzuki went with an independent double wishbone arms controlled by independent shocks up front. The shocks feature five-way spring pre load adjustment. We clicked it stiffer by two clicks and felt it controlled the slight amount of push we experienced earlier in the day. Front wheel travel measures in at inches. The rear boasts the same independent double wishbone arms with five-way spring pre load shocks as well. Theres inches of wheel travel in the rear. The King counters body roll encountered in hard cornering with a low mounted stabilizer bar, which connects the right and left side of the lower suspension arms.
The King comes to a stop nicely with dual inch diameter hydraulic front disc brakes. Rear braking is done quite uniquely with a sealed, oil-bathed, multi-plate, internal system. Only the Kawasaki Prairie has such a thing. The braking system, with its seven plates, is housed right in the rear axle and works similar to how a clutch works. The end result allows a maintenance free, sealed from the elements, rear brake. Suzuki claims this system is lighter than a traditional brake system as well. A parking brake is included in this fully enclosed rear brake system. 812 front and 1012 rear Dunlop rubber is mounted to pressed aluminum-alloy wheels.
Suzuki has a feel for providing comfortable quads. Perhaps the King Quad tops the list of comfortable quads. Suzukis distinctive T-shaped seat gives the rider a stable, comfortable and spacious ride. Even with its thick plush seat, seat height is only inches. This helps lower the center of gravity, which contributes to a better handling ATV.
Were sure youll agree, this Mattawa hockey rink deep in Ontario, Canada provides an excellent backdrop for this photo.All the kings riches are useless if the ride isnt up to par. Its high time we put all the talk aside and ride his royal highness. A push of the start button fires the big bore motor. You can start it in gear if the rear brake is engaged. The first thing we noticed was Suzukis all too familiar comfortable feel. Seat, bars, levers and pegs all seemed to be built around a 6-0 pound person precisely. Accelerating was down right fun, especially its low end grunt. Power remained strong through mid rpms, just like Suzuki promised. Suzuki never mentioned top end power, but before we knew it speeds reached the 72 mph mark!
Entering the enormous and beautiful Mattawa Voyageur trail system meant it was time to bare down and give the King a good hard core test. Its independent suspension shouldnt allow it to corner as well as it does. No doubt, Suzuki did their homework in the handling department. Its lower center of gravity really allows it to corner well. We did notice a slight, and we mean slight, amount of push at high speed cornering.
Square edge bumps were easily soaked up even at speed. Traversing heavily rocky areas with independent suspension was amazing. This quad seems to float over the roughest terrain. Suspension is outstanding! We stiffened the front shocks two clicks and felt even more comfortable on the machine. The stiffer front end helped soak up high speed hard hits a little better and, low and behold, helped the King from its slight pushiness.
A large gallon fuel tank positioned purposely for a low center-of-gravity, includes a vacuum operated fuel petcock, a ratchet-style fuel cap and a convenient bar-type fuel gauge on the instrument display.
The King Quad soaked up even the hardest landings.
No hill got in the Kings way.
We traversed the machine in water and mud in rack height depth! Its high-mounted, snorkel-type air intake system, kept the engine from sputtering. Not once did the belt or tranny slip even in the foulest of foul territory. After the ride the easy maintenance-quick-access air box and air filter was inspected and found to be dry. Over miles and six hours of riding left us only wanting more. Not one rider reported even a sore thumb after the all day adventure.
We admit we never pulled a trailer or strapped weight to its racks. Granted our ride was more of a GNCC race than a work day. We can only guess that the King Quad does indeed handle the work load equally as well as it handled the fun times out on the trail.
We were extremely impressed with this ATV. So much so that we feel it has an excellent chance to win the Utility Expert class at this year’s Maxxis 12 Hours of ATV America in stock form! In fact, well try just that. ATV Scene.com will field a team and race our King Quad test unit and see how it competes against its competition. 12 Hours of grueling race abuse should tell a lot.
Is it the king? The heavyweight champion of the big bore sport utility market?
Suzuki already has several accessories ready for new King Quad owners. At pounds, its comparable and lighter with the other bands. Its light weight low center of gravity engine, complete with the only duel overhead cam found in a big bore 44, delivers power on par or better than any twin cylinder heavyweight on the market. Finally its independent rear suspension and excellent handling characteristics leave us thinking that Suzuki just may indeed have the King back in their court. Only a shoot out can fully tell.
Best part for last, the King quad is $ cheaper than one of its competitors and the cheapest of all the big bore sport utility quads currently available.
|Type:||cc, DOHC, four-stroke, single cylinder, liquid-cooled|
|Bore x Stroke:||X mm|
|Fuel System:||Fuel Injection|
|Starting System:||Electrical w/ pull cord backup|
|Transmission:||V-belt CVT automatic with high/low range sub-transmission, 2WD/4WD/4WD front differential lock|
|Drive Train:||Shaft Drive|
|Overall Length:||mm ( in.)|
|Overall Width:||mm ( in.)|
|Overall Height:||mm ( in.)|
|Suspension/Front:||Independent, double A-arm, oil-damped, five pre load settings|
|Suspension/Rear:||Independent, double A-Arm oil-damped, five pre load settings|
|Brakes/Front:||Dual hydraulic disc|
|Brakes/Rear:||Sealed hydraulic disc|
|Tires/Front:||AT 25 x|
|Tires/Rear:||AT 25 x|
|Seat Height:||mm ( in.)|
|Wheelbase:||mm ( in.)|
|Ground Clearance:||mm ( in.)|
|Fuel Capacity:||liter ( gal.)|
|Dry Weight:||kg ( lbs.)|
|Lighting:||30W multi-reflector halogen headlights, and compact 5/21W tail light and brake light additional 40W multi-reflector, handlebar-mounted auxiliary light|
|Colors:||Yellow, Green, Red|
|Warranty:||Suzuki Extended Protection, 6 month limited warranty.|
Suzuki King Quad 4x4
This new KingQuad is designed to be not only the best all-around sport/utility ATV currently made, but the best QuadRunner ATV Suzuki has ever manufactured.
The KingQuad is powered by a single-cylinder liquid-cooled DOHC engine with a bore-and-stroke of mm x 85mm - displacing cc. The big bore helps this four-stroke develop abundant torque, especially in the low- to mid-rpm range. The fuel-air mixture is delivered efficiently via Suzukis own fuel-injection system, featuring technology tested through years of development in high-performance motorcycles.
Advantages of the KingQuad s fuel injection system include reduced fuel consumption overall. Also, there are no choke operations or carburetor settings to consider. Electronic fuel injection provides better throttle response and smoother engine power than a mechanical carburetor. Finally, the KingQuad has the ultimate power-delivery drivetrain and transmission with three drive modes available: two-wheel drive, four-wheel drive, and front differential-locked four-wheel drive.
Built around an all-new high-tensile steel frame, the KingQuads suspension is fully independent. Its designed to maintain the necessary rigidity of a hard-working utility ATV as well as the light weight of an easily manageable recreational four-wheeler. New front and rear brake systems help smoothly slow the KingQuad — the front end features hydraulic brakes with mm discs at each wheel and a 34mm caliper piston housed in rigid caliper to ensure firm and reliable braking. The KingQuad rides on newly designed, inch, bias-ply Dunlop tires mounted on pressed-aluminum-alloy wheels.
The KingQuad carries on the aggressive sport/utility look found in other members of the Suzuki QuadRunner family, like the Vinson and the QuadSport® Z With its high-arched fenders and sharp headlights, the Suzuki KingQuad combines sporty appeal with utility strength.
Powerful cc, DOHC, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine designed for a wide powerband and high durability
Cylinder canted forward 48 degrees for lower center of gravity, reduced engine height and lower seat height
Compact 4-valve cylinder head with large 36mm intake valves and straight intake ports for increased cylinder charging efficiency - includes lightweight magnesium valve cover
Semi-gear driven valve system minimizes cam sprocket size allowing a short/narrow cylinder head design and reduced overall engine height
Plasma-spray cylinder coating (SPSC) allows lightweight cylinder construction without a sleeve for improved resistance to heat and friction
Durable, forged aluminum piston with L-shaped top compression ring for increased ring seal and flutter resistance
Electronic fuel injection system provides excellent throttle response, fuel efficiency and quick engine starts under all operating conditions
QuadMatic CVT-type automatic transmission designed for maximum versatility and convenience - fender-mounted gate-type shifter operation for high/low forward ranges, plus neutral and reverse
Advanced engine brake system minimizes free-wheeling to reduce downhill speed
Electric 2WD, 4WD and differential-lock 4WD - convenient handlebar-mounted push-button controls allow the rider to easily select the right setting for any traction condition
Compact torque-sensing limited-slip front differential
High capacity aluminum radiator with large diameter cooling fan for stable engine operating temperature
High-mounted, snorkel-type air intake system, plus quick-access airbox and air filter for easy maintenance
Spin-on-type oil filter - simplifies oil change maintenance
New Black-painted wheels for improved appearance
Comfortable T-shaped seat with tapered design for rider mobility, plus thick padding for support
High-tensile steel frame with special attention given to a balance of rigidity and weight for optimum chassis performance and a comfortable ride
Independent double A-arm front suspension with inches of wheel travel - includes large diameter shock absorbers with 5-way spring preload adjustment
Fully independent, I-beam rear suspension with long suspension travel ( inches) - includes 5-way preload adjustable shock absorbers and large diameter rear sway-bar
Large, mm diameter front disc brakes with new design single-piston calipers designed for strong, reliable braking performance
Sealed, multi-plate rear brake system - sealed, clutch-type design provides high durability, reduced unsprung weight and low-maintenance
New-design pressed-aluminum wheels for reduced unsprung weight and more positive suspension performance
Dunlop tires featuring a new tread pattern designed for optimum traction and a comfortable ride
Polyethylene skid plate provides front-to-rear underside protection with minimal resistance over rocks and rough terrain
Easy-to-read LCD instrument display - includes speedometer (mile/km selectable), odometer, twin-trip meters, hour meter, clock, fuel gauge, drive range (H,L,N,R) and drive mode (4WD, 4WD lock) - LED indicators for neutral, reverse, 4WD lock, FI/water temp. warning
Distinctively-styled 30W multi-reflector halogen headlights, and compact 5/21W tail light and brake light - additional 40W multi-reflector, handlebar-mounted auxiliary light
High output magneto generator system and large amp maintenance-free battery provides extra power for cold weather starts and additional electrical accessories
Large gallon fuel tank positioned for a low center-of-gravity - includes vacuum-operated petcock, ratchet-style fuel cap and convenient bar-type fuel gauge
Fender-mounted, water resistant 12V/W electrical accessory outlet
Rugged steel-tube racks with attractive, high-quality wrinkle paint finish for increased durability and scratch resistance
Large liter water resistant front storage compartment similar to Vinson - includes new easy-to-open/close screw-on cap
High towing capacity and standard center-mounted trailer hitch
Minimum Age: 16 Years Old
Engine: cc, DOHC, four-stroke, single cylinder, liquid-cooled
Bore Stroke: X mm
Fuel System: Fuel Injection
Lubrication: Wet sump
Transmission: V-belt CVT automatic with high/low range sub-transmission, 2WD/4WD/4WD front differential lock
Final Drive: Shaft drive
Overall Length: mm ( in.)
Overall Width: mm ( in.)
Overall Height: mm ( in.)
Seat Height: mm ( in.)
Ground Clearance: mm ( in.)
Wheelbase: mm ( in.)
Dry Weight: kg ( lbs.)
Suspension Front: Independent, double A-arm, oil-damped, five preload settings
Suspension Rear: Independent, double A-Arm oil-damped, five preload settings
Brakes Front: Dual hydraulic disc
Brakes Rear: Sealed hydraulic disc
Tires Front: AT 25 x
Tires Rear: AT 25 x
Fuel Tank Capacity: liter ( gal.)
Color: Black, Green, Red
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Recognized for its off-roading-oriented ergonomics and stability, lower center of gravity, and versatile functionality, the Suzuki King Quad easily became a consumer favorite despite its short three-year production run. It is one highly-regarded machine known to outperform the competition in the handling department. It may not top the list of ATVs with monstrous power, but its smooth delivery and practical features make it a standout.
The Suzuki King Quad is a rec-utility vehicle that dominated the ATV scene between and This quintessential big-bore machine, featuring electronic fuel injection, independent rear suspension, unrivaled handling, and an mph top speed, was popular with leisure and sport riders.
Read on and learn more about Suzuki King Quad s specs, features, setbacks, and remedies, and discover how this class vehicle paved the way for higher-displacement ATVs of today.
The Beefed Up King Quad
One remarkable UTV that does not fall short on delivering versatility, the Suzuki King Quad , has instantly charmed the public from the get-go and effectively blurred the fine line separating utility and sport vehicles.
Originally introduced by Suzuki in , the KingQuad has been beefed up to include a cm3 DOHC power mill, well-traveling suspension, aggressive handling characteristics, and abundant power expected from a sport quad. As if that were not enough, the 44 also boasted of dual-range 4WD, fuel injection, and a torque-sensing limited-slip front differential – all for an MSRP of $7,
Despite its three-year production run, the King Quad kept busy, producing a total of 14 trims and five models under the said series. Its base models had individual trims released in Sweden, Australia, Canada, and the U.S. each year. Conversely, it had one camouflage trim produced only in and Expectedly, all versions were excellent machines that provided owners a smooth ride and ease in pulling the front wheels off the ground.
The four-wheeler was highly lauded that its lack of power steering was hardly an issue for avid Suzuki riders who better appreciated the vehicles top end and low-maintenance nature.
Its switches and controls, which leaned towards the small side, still came off as a convenient way to engage four-wheel drive in off-camber or technical situations. Its ability to tread on tough trails, deep water, steep inclines/declines, and mud bogs towered over its shortcomings immensely. For a vehicle with its capabilities, the Suzuki King Quad was pretty bulletproof.
Suzuki King Quad Specs & Features
The King Quad uses a 4-stroke, liquid-cooled single-cylinder DOHC engine and a x 85 mm bore-stroke ratio. The engines displacement is cm3 ( in3), and its compression ratio is
It has a non-woven fabric air cleaner and a wet-sump lubrication system. The KingQuad is fuel-injected and requires US gallons ( Liters) of unleaded gasoline with a minimum PON rating of 87 or RON rating of
Remember that only gasoline/petrol with <10% ethanol, <5% methanol or MTBE (Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether) is permissible.
This four-wheeler has an oil capacity of US quarts ( Liters) without filter change, US quarts ( Liters) with one, and US quarts ( Liters) during overhaul. For best results, use SAE 10W Suzuki Performance 4 Motor Oil with an API classification of (at least) SJ that meets JASO T MA/MA1/MA2 standards and contains no anti-friction modifiers or additives.
If SAE 10W is unavailable, you may use an equivalent oil variant with any of the following viscosities (depending on ambient temperature) – 5W, 10W, 15W, 15W, or 20W Any premium quality four-stroke oil with the recommended API grade is a good substitute.
The KingQuad offers selectable 2WD and 4WD driveline modes activated via a push button located on the right handlebar. A two-speed Quadmatic™ V-belt transmission (inclusive of reverse) and a limited-slip/ locking front differential transfers engine torque to the front wheels with the flip of a switch.
Shifting is handled by a wet-shoe, automatic centrifugal clutch, and a saw-tooth gated shifter with a shift sequence of L/H/N/R.
The KingQuad uses an electronic CDI ignition with an auxiliary pull-start system and an ignition timing of 7° BTDC @ 1, RPM. A triple-phase AC-Magneto alternator powers up electronic accessories.
The wheeler requires a 12V, 18Ah CCA (Cold Cranking Amps) FTZBS battery with assembled dimensions of x x inches ( x 87 x mm – L x W x H) and an NGK CR6E/DENSO U20ESR-N spark plug with a inch gap.
You may replace defective batteries with either YTXBS or YTX20L-BS battery (view on Amazon) formats.
Tires & Brakes
Front aluminum wheels are equipped with AT25 x Dunlop® tubeless tires, and the rear wheels with AT25 x Dunlop® tubeless tires. You can swap these out with Carlisle AT All-Season Bias Tires (view on Amazon) if you need to replace stock rubber.
Front dual hydraulic disc brakes and sealed, oil-bathed multi-disc rear brakes provide the wheeler stopping power.
Enclosed in the Suzuki King Quad s steel frame (with a caster angle of ° and mm trail) are independent double-wishbone suspensions with five-way adjustable preload shocks that allow inches ( mm) wheel travel for the front and inches ( mm) travel at the back.
The vehicle comes with a rear torsion bar and inches ( mm) of ground clearance that enhances bump absorption and handling over diverse terrain.
The overall dimensions of a Suzuki King Quad are x x 48 inches (2, x 1, x 1, mm – L x W x H) for models released in the U.S. and Canada and x x 48 inches (2, x 1, x 1, mm – L x W x H) for those released in Sweden, Australia, and the rest of the world.
The seat height is inches ( mm), while its wheelbase is inches (1, mm).
The vehicles dry weight is lbs ( Kg) for U.S./Canada releases and a slightly heavier lbs ( Kg) for those released in other countries.
The KingQuad has a steel frame and plastic body material in yellow, black, green, red, and camouflage. It comes standard with a radiator guard, front and rear fenders/flares, handlebars, bash plate, and a full-chassis skid plate (view on Amazon).
Digital instrumentation includes a clock, speedometer, trip odometer, hour meter, temperature, and fuel level warning indicators.
You can secure aftermarket Suzuki King Quad parts from auto parts dealers and online resellers – in the event of part wear or damage.
Two watt Halogen headlights, watt auxiliary light, watt brake lights, and 5-watt taillights provide the KingQuad superior light distribution.
All trims have LED differential-lock and light indicators. Only models released in Sweden have a watt backup light and a LED high-beam light indicator.
For better visibility when riding off-pavement, replace backup lights with Nilight 60W LED Work Lights (view on Amazon).
Suzuki KingQuad Price
Auction listings range between $1, and $4,, depending on the vehicles year, condition, and whether or not it was kept stock or has been modded. A camouflage trim would naturally be the most expensive but is a rarity in online trading sites.
Most resale units are Arctic Cat Prowler s although some trader sites do not indicate the model year of the pre-loved Prowler being sold. These secondhand four-wheelers are typically base models. But some rare finds come with, say, an extra set of winter tires.
For those of you wondering about the list prices, I have consolidated them in the table below:
|Year Trim Model #|
(E Sweden, E Australia, E Canada, E U.S.A)
|List Price||Retail/Trade-In Values|
|Suzuki King Quad LT-AXK5 (E/24/28/33)||$7,||$1, $3,|
|Suzuki King Quad LT-AXK6||$7,||$1, $4,|
|Suzuki King Quad LT-AXK7||$7,||$2, $4,|
|Suzuki King Quad , Camouflage LT-AXCK6||$7,||$1, $2,|
|Suzuki King Quad , Camouflage LT-AXCK7||$7,||$2, $2,|
Suzuki King Quad Common Problems
While the KingQuad is a revered off-road vehicle, it is far from perfect. Here are some of the best-known issues that owners and riders encountered with the quad, together with practical tips on how to fix them:
While owners agree that the Suzuki KingQuad is a bulletproof four-wheeler, there are a few minor things that they wish to change about the quad.
One of them is that the vehicle had no grease nipples on the A-arm bushings, which meant the bushings needed replacing annually. The air filter easily got wet, collapsing eventually. Additionally, the rubber motor mounts compressed and were a tad difficult to change, requiring a handful of plastic push pins to keep it together.
The steering feels funny, even with the class 09 King Quads already upgraded with power steering. It is quite a shame as this defect tends to overshadow the superb turning radius of the vehicle.
Lastly, the 44 draws out on the battery quite fast due to a faulty wire in the harness. Nothing that cannot be handled by a trickle charger, really. However, this could happen more frequently for those who ride their quads between long periods of non-use and storage and could prove troublesome when experienced while on the road.
If you have difficulty starting your vehicle, never jump straight to tinkering with the throttle body because that will not rectify the problem. The most you should do is ensure that no debris builds up around the throttle body area. Instead, inspect if there is carbon buildup on the valves inside the cylinder head.
Plugged valves for King Quads lead to low compression and problems with starting the engine. Apart from fixing the problem, a tip from the experts is to always go for an NGK CR6E over a DENSO U20ESR-N spark plug, as the former burns a little bit hotter. This way, you can also guarantee that you burn all the fuel sitting in the cylinder, reducing the buildup that can cause a startup issue.
The KingQuad has a full-length skid plate made of plastic and is prone to tear under extreme rock crawling and rough terrain. The front bumper does not have a proper tab where you can mount a recovery winch, resulting in severe wear at the front.
To remedy this, you will need to have an aftermarket winch mount to bring the winch roller to the front. Otherwise, the front bumper will be thoroughly scratched. Although a minor issue, these can be a cause for concern for some riders who expect more from the four-wheeler.
Owners usually confuse this dilemma with an ECM problem and are almost always immediately persuaded to buy a new ECM and battery by the local dealers. For low voltage, however, the true culprit is often your quads regulator/rectifier. Quite common across all KingQuad displacements, these need to be checked regularly. Otherwise, your 44 will not have enough power to work.
It would also be helpful to have a trickle charger plugged into your battery when not in use so that you can easily rule out whether your battery or something else is causing the problem.
But the best way to ascertain if it is really your rectifier that is causing all the trouble is by doing a test on the rectifier to see if the voltage release is according to spec.
Known Yamaha issues were mixed up with the KingQuad, such as stators burning if left to idle (blamed on the oil galleries used to cool the stators being too few) and boiling gas in the tank.
Subsequently, a kit was issued for owners to move the hot exhaust away from the tank area. It has taken the Yamaha a while, permanently addressing these issues in , alongside the launch of the new-and-improved Suzuki King Quad – reason for most consumers to get confused.
Suzuki Motor Corporation is a well-renowned Japanese corporation and is the maker of the Suzuki King Quad Founded in in Hamamatsu, Japan, the company traces its humble beginnings to weaving loom before venturing into the automotive industry. Fast-forward to today, Suzuki has grown into one of the most successful automakers by production worldwide, with over distributors in countries. Its wide array of product offerings range from automobiles, motorcycles, 4WD vehicles, outboard marine engines, and wheelchairs to internal combustion engines.
Conclusion – Suzuki King Quad Review
With front locking differentials, selectable 2WD and 4WD modes, and a robust, adventure-oriented design, everyone can agree that the Suzuki King Quad was, indeed, king of four-wheelers back in the day.
It was among the first few vehicles to sport tech-advanced features not yet made standard in other ATVs in the market. The King Quad s aim went beyond the confines of being best in class in suspension, engine braking, or fuel systems.
Its ultimate goal was (and still is) striking a balance among these elements and translating it into a highly capable quad that serves its owners intended purpose.
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I began to quickly penetrate into her, she continued to moan and hold me tightly with her arms and legs, trying to maintain her slightly unnatural posture. The caress of the soft walls of her scabbard is incredible. The gentle rubbing of the penis on the vagina made me, too, with all my strength hug the woman and moan in unison with.