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7500 Series EFI



You want a riding mower. But not just any mower. The best. Well, everybody knows the best mowers are powered by the best engines. So let's talk about the fuel-injected 7500 Series™ EFI engine from Kohler. With this powerhouse, it's all about easy starting, reliability—and fewer trips to the gas station, so you can have more time to relax.

Fuel Type
27 Vertical V-Twin Air New
Engine Uses

Quiet, Smooth Operation.

  • Designed from the rugged, commercial KOHLER Command PRO® EFI engine
  • Engineered and assembled in the U.S.A.

Easy Dependable Starts.

  • With KOHLER® EFI (electronic fuel injection) technology—it starts like your car, just turn the key and go.
  • Built to start the first time, designed for easy spring starts

High Power Performance.

  • Available with up to 27 hp— the most powerful KOHLER consumer engine
  • Consistent-Cut™ power—keeps you cutting in tall, wet grass

Reliability and Long Life Design.

  • Worry-free—engine adjusts to gas with ethanol up to E10
  • No trips to the service center for costly carburetor repairs
  • Up to 12.5% fuel savings*—less time refueling, more time relaxing
Engine Uses
Riding Mower
Zero Turn Mower

Equipment Types

This engine powers the following equipment:

  • Lawn Tractor
  • Mower, Zero Turn Radius

Engine Type:

Four-cycle, twin-cylinder, air-cooled, vertical shaft, gasoline, OHV, cast iron liner with electronic fuel injection.

7500 Series EFI EKT750
J1940 Power hp(kW) 1 27 (20.1)
Displacement cu in (cc) 45 (747)
Bore in (mm) 3.3 (83)
Stroke in (mm) 2.7 (69)
Peak Torque lbs. ft (Nm) 40.7 (55.2)
Compression Ratio 9.1:1
Dry Weight lbs (kg) 85 (38.6)
Oil Capacity U.S. quarts (L) 2 (1.9)
Lubrication Pressure lubrication w/full flow filter
Dimensions L x W x H in 18.6 x 17.5 x 13.9
* Length is blower housing to heavy duty air cleaner. Width is valve cover to valve cover. Height is mounting surface to top of air cleaner.
1 Power (hp) and Torque (lbs ft) specifications for Kohler general purpose engines are rated pursuant to Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) J1940 based on gross output testing performed according to SAE J1995 without the air cleaner and muffler. Actual engine power and torque are lower and affected by accessories (air cleaner, exhaust, charging, cooling, fuel pump, etc.), application, engine speed, ambient operating conditions (temperature, humidity and altitude) and other factors. This J1940 / J1995 rating provides consistent measurement to customers who may want to control the intake and exhaust features of the engine. For more information, contact Kohler Co. Engine Engineering Department. Kohler Co. reserves the right to change product specifications, designs and standard equipment without notice and without incurring obligation.