Honda CB400T (1979)

The Honda CB 400T II Hawk is an air-cooled, parallel twin-cylinder motorcycle that was produced in 1979. It has a capacity of 395cc and a compression ratio of 9.3:1. The bike features two 32mm Keihin carbs for induction and CDI ignition for starting. It can reach a maximum power of 43 hp at 9500 rpm and a maximum torque of 3.4 kgf-m at 8000 rpm. The transmission includes five-speeds and a chain-driven final drive. The bike is supported by telescopic forks and dual EVO dampers with adjustable spring preload. The front brake consists of a single 282mm disc while the rear brake is a 153mm drum. The bike’s front tyre is 3.60 S19 and the rear tyre is a 4.10 S18. The wet weight of the bike is 177 kg and it has a fuel capacity of 13 litres. The consumption average of the bike is 48.5 mpg. Its standing quarter-mile is 14.2 seconds at 88 mph, and the bike has a top speed of 110 mph.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Honda CB 400T II Hawk

Year: 1979

Engine: Air cooled, parallel twin cylinder, SOHC, 3 valve per cylinder
Capacity: 395
Bore x Stroke: 70.5 x 50.6mm
Compression Ratio: 9.3:1
Induction: 2x 32mm Keihin carbs
Ignition: CDI
Starting: Electric
Max Power: 43 hp @ 9500 rpm
Max Torque: 3,4 kgf-m @ 8000 rpm
Transmission: 5 Speed
Final Drive: Chain
Front Suspension: Telescopic forks, 124.5mm wheel travel
Rear Suspension: Dual EVO dampers with 5-way spring preload adjustment. 96.5mm wheel travel
Front Brakes: Single 282mm disc
Rear Brakes: 153mm Drum

Front Tyre: 3.60 S19
Rear Tyre: 4.10 S18
Wet-Weight: 177 kg
Fuel Capacity: 13 Litres
Consumption average: 48.5 mpg
Standing 1/4 Mile: 14.2 sec / 88 mph
Top Speed: 110 mph

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