This is my Classic Kawasaki KZ400. I am the third owner of this motorcycle. It's all original. I even got classic tags for it. The crash bars from KG Engineering in Woonsocket, R. I. They are real nice on long trips because they give you a different place to rest your feet. OOPS, they call them engine guards now days. The original mufflers rusted so I bought these from J. C. Whitney. They fit so well that if I didn't tell you, you probably wouldn't know it. At 12,000 miles, it was time for it's first set of new tires. The bike has over 21,000 miles it now. Its a great little bike that is just perfect for one up riding and scooting around. When going two up, I usually take my Harley. Check out my new Sigma Sport BC800 Cycle Computer! Updated Aug. 2, 2001.
|Trip Computer||Sigma Sport||BC800|
|Front Tire||Cheng Shin||C180 3.00x18|
|Rear Tire||Cheng Shin||C180 3.50x18|
|Crash Bars||KG Engineer-ing||KZ400|
|Windshield||National Cycle||Plexi- fairing 3|
|Horsepower||36 HP @ 8,500 RPM|
|Torque||23.7 ft-lbs @ 7,000 RPM|
|Engine Displacement||398 cc (24.28 cu in)|
|Bore x Stroke||64 x 62 mm|
|Dry Weight||370 lbs|
|Miles Per Gallon||62|
|RPM||Indicated MPH||True MPH|
At 12,000 miles, I had to replace the tires.
At 19,000 miles, I had to replace the intake manifolds.
At 30,000 miles, I had to replace the cam shaft.
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