Suzuki GSX-R400R (1990 - 1995)

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Suzuki GSX-R400R (1990 - 1995)

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A sportsbike you can actually use properly on the road. Good as a 1st big bike or as a cheap all rounder. One of the best 400’s ever made. Continue reading...


A true Sports bike,

Although only being a 400, they stick to the road like glue, Ive undertaken much more powerful bikes on the track. On the road they are comfortable in the lower revs for town riding, but when you open it up and begin to thrash (Which you have to do to exploit the power), they are pretty darn nippy.

1989 SP is my current road bike, with a close ratio Gear box, rejetted for art Exhaust, and all in black-looks apsolutly awesome! With the double front brake, pulls up like hitting a tree! Only thing that constantly can go wrong-Carb O rings (But replace when you buy), but easily sorted.

Overall, a lovley little bike that suits a small-medium rider (Im 14 stone, 5'8 and feel comphy). Would highly reccomend, forgiving to the newer rider, but nippy and rewarding for the more experienced!

Posted: 13/02/2011 at 20:39

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