Production ran from 1984 to 1999 for this small displacement Japanese replica racer.
Type 1(E) (1984)
1984 GSX-R400 GK71B. Very limited information Available.
Retail price in Japan 1984: 62,900 Yen
Type 2(F) (1985)
A fuel level gauge was added which showed the remaining amount of fuel was indicated by the right side combination meter when the ignition was in the "Off" position.
GSX-R400 (GK71B) <br />Overall Length: 2,090 mm (82.3 in)<br />Overall Width: 710 mm (28.0 in)<br />Overall Height: 1,185 mm (46.7 in)<br />Wheelbase: 1,425 mm (56.1 in)<br />Weight: 152 kg (334 lbs)<br />Engine type: Water-cooled 398 cc inline-4, DOHC, 16 valves. 59 hp/ 11,000 rpm, 4,0 kg-m/ 9,000 rpm.
Type G (1986)
The bike was almost entirely redesigned for 86'. The power to weight ratio was increased to 0.39hp/kg with the new chassis and shorter wheelbase that Suzuki introduced. Both the 86' and 87' models use slightly different engines than before. The liquid cooling design that was used previously was dropped for Suzuki's "SATCS" (Suzuki advanced three-way cooling system) that used water air and oil to keep the engine cool. A new single square headlight was also introduced which was never very popular and Suzuki returned the headlights to the two circular lights the following year.<br /><br />Specifications
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