Club Car / Kawasaki 4-Stroke Air-Cooled Engines 1984 – 2013 KF82 – FE290 – FE350 – FE400. Also includes: 1997-2013 Club Car Gas Transaxle, 1997-2013 CC Gas / Type K HS Gear Installation, 1997-2013 CC Gas / Type K Posi Shims.
This publication contains hundreds of photos, charts, and diagrams to help guide readers through the rebuilding process of their Club Car engine. Each step, from disassembly and inspection, through final assembly and tuning, is presented in an easy-to-read, user-friendly format. The information contained in this book is true and complete to the best of Porcellato Engineering’s knowledge. All recommendations on parts and procedures are made without any guarantees. We disclaim all liability incurred in connection with use of this information, parts and procedures. Especially those that relate to emission controls where modification may be illegal.
We cover the following in detail:
Engine Rotation (CW vs CCW)
Engine Disassembly FE Series
FE Series Torque and Bore Specs
FE Series Performance – Jetting, 22mm Mikuni, Timing Advance Keys, Flywheel Lightening, Cylinder Head Milling, Porting, Cam Timing, Building the 325cc Big Bore FE290 and CW Removal.
FE Series Repairs – Remote Oil Cooler, Bolted Cam Gear, FE400 Smoke fix, Exhaust Guide Repair, Link Arm Bushing Replacement, Cylinder Head Assembly and Piston Orientation.
FE Series Assembly
KF82 General Information – KF82 Torque Specs
KF82 Measurement / Inspection
KF82 Pictures for Reference
KF82 / FE290 – FE400 Ignition Testing
KF82 / FE290 – FE400 Parts Reference
1997-2013 Club Car Gas Transaxle
1997-2013 CC Gas / Type K HS Gears
1997-2013 CC Gas / Type K Posi Shims
1997-13 CC Gas TA Pic’s for Reference
Safety: Because this book is intended to be utilized by those with previous mechanical training and experience, we do not provide warnings about many basic shop safety practices (e.g., Hot parts-wear gloves). If you have not received shop safety training or do not feel confident about your knowledge of safe servicing practice, we recommend that you do not attempt to perform the procedures described in this manual. Porcellato Engineering cannot warn you of every conceivable hazard that can arise in performing service and repair procedures on Club Car engines. Only you can decide whether or not you should perform a given task.