Honda VRX400 Roadster (1997)

The Honda VRX 400 Roadster Special Black is a motorcycle that was produced in 1997. It has a four-stroke, V-twin, OHC engine with a capacity of 398cc and a cooling system that uses air. The compression ratio of this motorcycle is 9.8:1, and it has a 32mm VDD0 induction system. The ignition system used here is transistor-based, and the motorcycle starts using an electric mechanism. The maximum power produced by this motorcycle is not specified, but the maximum torque that it can generate is not mentioned either. The transmission mechanism used here is a five-speed system that transfers power to the rear wheels via a chain. The front suspension system used is telescopic forks, while the rear suspension mechanism is a swinging arm system. The motorcycle features single disc brakes, both at the front and at the rear. The front and rear tires have dimensions of 120/80-17 and 140/80-17, respectively. The dry weight of this motorcycle is 190 kgs, and it has a fuel capacity of 11 liters.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Honda VRX 400 Roadster Special Black

Year: 1997

Engine: Four stroke, V-twin, OHC
Capacity: 398 cc /
Bore x Stroke: 64 x 62 mm
Cooling System: Air cooled
Compression Ratio: 9,8:1
Induction: 32mm VDD0
Ignition: Transisto
Starting: Electric
Max Power:
Max Torque:
Transmission: 5 Speed
Final Drive: Chain
Front Suspension: Telescopic forks
Rear Suspension: Swinging arm
Front Brakes: Single disc

Rear Brakes: Single disc
Front Tyre: 120/80 -17
Rear Tyre: 140/80-17
Dry Weight: 190 kg
Fuel Capacity: 11 Litres

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