The naked model Honda CB400F was introduced in 2013 as an internal Japanese modification Honda CB500F. Technically and visually, the CB400F is an exact copy of the CB500F, with the exception of the engine, which reduced the crankshaft travel and thus reduced the displacement to 399 cc (but increased the compression ratio to 11.0).
Of the features of the Honda CB400F, a steel frame, simple suspensions in the form of a conventional telescopic fork in front and a monoshock at the rear, a 6-speed gearbox, a 15-liter fuel tank, an injection power system, versions with ABS and 192 kg of curb weight should be distinguished.
Unlike Honda CB500F, the Honda CB400F was only produced in 2013, selling off leftovers in subsequent years. This was due to extremely low demand for the model (by the way, the sports "brother" Honda CBR400R became very popular in Japan and underwent the same restyling as the older version - Honda CBR500R).
Specifications Honda CB400F:
|Engine type||2-cylinder, 4-stroke, in-line|
|Working volume||399 cm³|
|Bore / stroke||67.0 x 56.6 mm|
|Compression ratio||11.0: 1|
|Number of valves per cylinder||DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder|
|Fuel supply system||injector, PGM-Fi|
|Ignition type||fully transistor|
|Maximum power||46.0 h.p. (34.0 kW) at 9500 rpm|
|Maximum torque||37.0 Nm (3.8 kgm) at 7500 rpm|
|Front tire size||120 / 70ZR17 M / C (58W)|
|Rear tire size||160 / 60ZR17 M / C (69W)|
|Front brakes||1 disc 320mm, 2-piston caliper (CB400FA - ABS)|
|Rear brakes||1 disc 240mm, 1-piston caliper (CB400FA - ABS)|
|Front suspension||41mm Telescopic Fork (Fixed), 122mm Travel|
|Rear suspension||pendulum Pro-Link with monoshock (adjustable preload), stroke - 105 mm|
|Minimum ground clearance||155 mm|
|Saddle height||785 mm|
|Acceleration to 100 km / h|
|Fuel tank capacity||15.0 l|
|Motorcycle weight (curb)||190 kg - CB400F|
192 kg - CB400FA (ABS)
The officially declared fuel consumption for the Honda CB400F is 2.52 liters per 100 kilometers (Japanese calculation method: 60 km / h, driver + passenger). The exact value depends on the riding style.