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I didnt know there was such a thing.

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RF400RV (GK78A) 2000
Engine Type 4 stroke, 4 cylinder,
DOHC, 16-valves, variable valve control VC
TSCC, water cooled
Displacement 398 cc
Bore & Stroke 40.4 mm x 56 mm
Compression Ratio 11.8 : 1
Carburetor BST32
Power 58 hp @ 11000 rpm
Torque 28 ft. lbs @ 9500 rpm
Maximum Speed about 200 km/h
Lubrication Wet Sump
Ignition Digital/Transistorized
Starter Electric
Generator
Battery
Transmission 6-speed constant mesh
1. 3.363
2. 2.307
3. 1.750
4. 1.437
5. 1.250
6. 1.136

Final Drive
Secondary transmission ratio
Overall L x W x H (mm) 2115 x 700 x 1180
Overall L x W x H (in) 83.9 x 28.7 x 45.9
Seat Height mm (in) 775
Wheelbase mm (in) 1430 (56.3)
Ground Clearance mm (in) 115
Dry Weight kg (lb) 186 (?)
Front Suspension Telescopic, cartridge type,coil spring,
oil damped, adjustable spring preload
and rebound damping force
Rear Suspension Link type,
7-way adjustable spring preload ,
rebound damping force, 4-way adjustable
Front Brakes 2 discs with floating rotors and staggered diameter 4-piston calipers, hydraulically operated
Rear Brakes 1 disc and 2-piston caliper, hydraulically operated
Front Tires 120/70ZR17 58 on 3-spoke cast aluminum wheels
Rear Tires 160/60-ZR17 69 on 3-spoke cast aluminum wheels
Fuel Tank Capacity 17 L
Oil Capacity 3.7 L
Cooling Water Capacity
Exhaust System 4 into 1 with lightweight aluminum muffler
 

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I've heard of them but have yet to see one in real life. It's hard enough to find a 600 still running on the streets. You should see all the comments my bike gets when I ride around (good and bad).
 

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I think the 400 used the same frame as the 600 so like most of the sport tourer Jap400's they were underpowered...like the ZZR-400 but they make a decent change if you didnt want the 600...
pity they don't give the option of bringing in the smaller ones over here. between 125 and 600 there isn't anything
 

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Rf400

I have seen and riden a RF400 (just briefly). Slightly smaller frame than the RF600 (which I own), a little more nimble and a little under powered. Motor is very quiet, compared to clunky 600, and controls are a lot smoother. I wouldn't own one, would be no good two up, however consider it would be a good learners.
 
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