Originally Posted by Erik1981
Do you mean the Kohler EFI doesn't have enough power to use the bagger?
Lets just say I wouldn't try it especially if you cut any hills.
Here is a video of my machine right after I bought it. It takes about 200 hours to get the engine and hydros broken in good. Once they are the power picks up some. Notice how loud the hydros are in this video. They are no longer loud like that after they broke in. Also the rpm's were set almosr 200rpm to low and I adjusted that and that helped with the power also. But in this video it was with the rpm's being 200 less than it should have been. Listen close and you can hear the rpm's drop every so slightly. With it broken in and the rpm's set correctly it will only drop a little now and only on very steep hills. Couple that with a bagger and I think you would be strggling pretty bad on hills or super deep grass. The 31 kawi never dropped at all for any reason.