How much power does a Kawasaki Mule have?

How much power does a Kawasaki Mule have?

Kawasaki Mule 610 horsepower is 9.9 KW (13.31 hp/13.5 PS) @4 000 RPM, while the maximum torque is 29.7 Nm (3.0 kgf/m, 21.9 ft-lb) @ 2,400 RPM.

How much is a 2005 Kawasaki Mule worth?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $8,799 $3,500
Options (Add)
Total Price $8,799 $3,500

What kind of motor does the Kawasaki Mule have?

Powered by a liquid-cooled 454cc twin-cylinder engine mounted in an open-cab utility chassis with independent front and rear suspension, and rolling on four all-terrain tires with rear differential lock feature, the MULE 1000 utility vehicle was an immediate success.

How can I make my 3010 Mule faster?

An easy way to increase the top speed of your Kawasaki Mule is to make sure that the tires are fully inflated — the flatter your tires are, the slower you’ll go. Disabling the governor is another action you can take to reach faster speeds.

What motor is in a Kawasaki Mule?

What is the tire size for a Kawasaki MULE 3010?

The Mule 3010 requires an NGK BPR2ES spark plug and a 12V, 18 Ah YTX20L-BS battery (view on Amazon) located underneath the parking brake with assembled dimensions of 6.88 x 3.42 x 6.10 inches (175 x 87 x 155 mm – L x W x H). Front and rear tubular wheels use Dunlop KT869 23 × 11-10 tubeless tires.

What is Kawasaki MULE 3010 air filter?

fit great in my 2012 Kawasaki Mule. I was surprised. the filter I pulled out is a Donaldson filter and it is the exact size as this one. I know Donaldson is a little more expensive but I couldn’t tell the difference comparing them side by side.

What is a Kawasaki MULE used for?


  • cafe racer
  • chopper
  • cruiser
  • dirtbike
  • dual-sport
  • moped
  • scooter
  • sport bike
  • sport touring