EZ-STEER power steering kit for the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 is the most advanced kit on the market. Designed to make your ride better, EZ-STEER drastically reduces steering effort allowing for longer more enjoyable rides. Along with enhanced steering, power steering will virtually eliminate bump steer and provide a smooth and consistent ride.
Unlike other kits, EZ-STEER has sealed input and output shaft as well as a unique injection molded Control Box seal guaranteeing a 100% watertight kit. What does this mean for you? Submerge, pressure wash, or hose- our sealed circuit board is guaranteed to keep you going.
Each EZ-STEER design endures rigorous testing to ensure the highest customer satisfaction in the industry. Maneuver through the rocks and technical terrain with more control. Speed through uneven terrain without wheel jerk. Dominate the mud holes and come out with ease.
*Pricing mentioned in video reflects 2015 pricing which is no longer offered by the manufacturer. The price shown at the top of the page is the lowest retail price offered by the manufacturer, and cannot be found elsewhere for less.
- Before installing, ensure that all Gaskets in electrical connections are properly seated.
- If Gaskets are not seated use a Flathead Screwdriver to seat.
Power Steering will provide multiple improvements to your machine. After installation, it is highly recommend to take time and learn your machines new handling characteristics and feel.
1. Power Steering Benefits will be noticed as soon as machine is moving.
2. Handlebar will have more noticeable deflection while at rest. As a result of speed sensitive operation, this is normal.
3. Check steering sensitivity at multiple speeds to best understand new handling characteristics and feel.
4. Without Throttle input, turning Handlebar back and forth unnecessarily is not recommended. This action is very hard on remaining stock steering components, Tie Rod Ends, and Power Steering unit. Like all SuperATV products, Power Steering kits were designed with riders in mind.
For reference, photographing of removal process is highly recommended due to amount of components being removed from machine.
Removal: Keep all components removed from machine.
1. Raise front of machine, secure on stands, and remove front Wheels.
2. Remove front Shocks and disconnect Tie Rods from Steering Shaft.
3. Remove Handle Covers. See Figs. 1 - 1a.
4. Remove Meter Bracket. See Figs. 2 - 2a.
5. Remove Handle Holders, Breather Tube Clamp, Steering Clamps, and Handlebar. See Figs. 3 - 3a.
6. Remove (2) Bolts securing Ball Joint to Frame. See Fig. 4.
7. From top of machine, pull Steering Shaft from machine.
8. Remove Intake Duct. See Fig. 5.
Installation: Do not tighten hardware completely unless noted.
1. Assemble Lower Shaft (D) to stock Ball Joint. See Fig. 1.
2. Install Lower Shaft (D) and Ball Joint assembly to machine with stock hardware. See Fig. 1.
3. Install Tie Rods to Lower Shaft (D). See Fig. 1.
4. Attach Motor (H) to Lower Shaft (D) with supplied hardware. See Motor Shafts Detail and Fig. 1.
5. Install Mounting Bracket (A) and Support Plate (C) to Frame with M8-1.25 x 20mm Lg. FHCS. See Figs. 2 - 2d.
6. Secure Mounting Bracket (A) to Motor (H) with M8-1.25 x 20mm Lg. FHCS. See Fig. 3.
7. From top of machine, insert Upper Shaft (B) and secure to Motor (H) with supplied hardware. See Fig. 4.
8. Install Steering Clamps around Upper Shaft (B) and secure to Frame with stock Bolts. SuperATV recommends applying Grease around Steering Clamps. See Fig. 4. 9. Install ECU (F) to Mounting Bracket (A) with M8-1.25 x 20mm Lg. FHCS. Tighten hardware. See Fig. 5.
10. Install Handlebar Mount Bushings (E), Handlebar, Breather Tube Clamp, and Handle Holders to Upper Shaft (B) with stock Bolts. See Fig. 6.
11. Plug in Wiring Harness (G) to ECU (F). Ensure that no wires are pinched or interfering with other components. Use wire-ties as needed. See “Wiring Details”, page 11.
12. Tighten all hardware completely. 13. Reverse steps taken during “Removal” and reinstall necessary components.