Suzuki DR-Z 400 (S, SM, E)
Suzuki DR-Z 400 begins its history in 2000, when 3 off-road models were introduced to the market: Suzuki DR-Z400 (had a kick starter, not for DOP), Suzuki DR-Z400S (version for DOP with mirrors, light and electric starter) and '' Suzuki DR-Z400E (hard enduro with reconfigured engine and electric starter, not for DOP).
Since 2005, the Suzuki DR-Z400 version has been discontinued, giving way to the factory Suzuki DR-Z400SM motard, which received 17 'road wheels, an inverted fork and generally different suspension settings, as well as more powerful brakes.
All modifications of the Suzuki DR-Z400 series were based on a 1-cylinder liquid-cooled engine with a volume of 398 cc. see, issuing from 40 to 48 hp. power and 39-41 Nm of torque. The hard-enduro version of the Suzuki DR-Z400E featured an increased compression ratio, a different carburetor and settings, which ultimately increased the maximum power to 48 hp. The DR-Z400S and DR-Z400SM versions produced nominally 40 hp. power.
Other features of the series include a steel frame, fully adjustable sports suspensions, a 5-speed gearbox, a 10-liter fuel tank and 119 kg dry matter (DR-Z400E).
The Suzuki DR-Z400 modification was discontinued in 2005, and the Suzuki DR-Z400E version in 2009. Currently, there are only Suzuki DR-Z400S and Suzuki DR-Z400SM versions on the market, which are available mainly outside the European market (due to environmental regulations).
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Comparative technical characteristics of different models of the Suzuki DR-Z400 series:
|Model||Suzuki DR-Z400S||Suzuki DR-Z400SM||Suzuki DR-Z400E|
|Engine type||1-cylinder, 4-stroke|
|Working volume||398 cc cm.|
|Bore / Stroke||90mm x 62.6mm|
|Compression ratio||11.3: 1||12.2: 1|
|Engine lubrication system||dry sump||wet sump|
|Number of valves per cylinder||DOHC, 4 valves|
|Fuel supply system||carburetor, 1x Mikuni BSR36||carburetor, 1x Keihin FCR39|
|Ignition type||digital CDI|
|Maximum power||40 HP (30 kW) at 7600 rpm||48 hp (35 kW) at 9000 rpm|
|Torque||39 Nm at 6600 rpm||41 Nm at 7,500 rpm|
|Front tire size||80 / 100-21 51P||120 / 70-17 58H||80 / 100-21 51M|
|Rear tire size||120 / 90-18 65P||140 / 70-17 66H||110 / 100-18 64M|
|Front brakes||1 disc, 250 mm, 2-piston caliper||1 disc, 300 mm, 2-piston caliper||1 disc, 250 mm, 2-piston caliper|
|Rear brakes||1 disc, 220 mm, 1-piston caliper||1 disc, 240 mm, 1-piston caliper||1 disc, 220 mm, 1-piston caliper|
|Front suspension||Showa 49mm telescopic fork (all adjustments), 288mm travel||47mm Showa inverted fork (all adjustments), 260mm travel||49mm Showa Telescopic Fork (All Adjustments), 288mm Travel|
|Rear suspension||pendulum, monoshock with progression (all adjustments), stroke - 295 mm||pendulum, monoshock with progression (all adjustments), stroke - 276 mm||pendulum, monoshock with progression (all adjustments), stroke - 295 mm|
|Acceleration to 100 km / h (0-100 km / h)||5.5 sec||n / a|
|Maximum speed||150 km / h||n / a|
|Saddle height||935 mm||890 mm||935 mm|
|Wheelbase||1485 mm||1460 mm||1475 mm|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||2310 x 875 x 1240 mm||2225 x 855 x 1200 mm||2310 x 825 x 1235 mm|
|Gas tank capacity||10 l (including reserve - 2.3 l)|
|Fuel consumption||5.49 l / 100 km|
|Weight of the motorcycle (dry)||132 kg||135 kg||119 kg|
|Weight||144 kg||146 kg||138 kg|
Suzuki Off-Road Motorcycles
|85-150 см³||RM85 · DR125 · RM125|
|200-250 см³||Djebel 200 · Djebel 250 · RM-Z250 · RM250|
|400-500 см³||DR-Z400 · RM-Z450 · RMX450|