Husqvarna 400 Cross (1971)

The Husqvarna 400 Cross is a 1971 motorcycle with a single cylinder, 2-stroke engine with a capacity of 396 cc. The bike has a 36 mm Bing carburetor and FESMA magneto ignition. The frame is a single downtube made of chromoly, and the front suspension is a Husqvarna telescopic fork. The front wheel travel is 152.4 mm and the rear suspension has Griling shocks with 114 mm of travel. The 400 Cross has drum brakes on both the front and rear, and rides on Akront rims with laced wire spokes. The bike has a ground clearance of 229 mm and a seat height of 800 mm. The dry weight of the motorcycle is 105 kg, or 231 lbs, and is kick-started with a 4-speed transmission and chain final drive. The Husqvarna 400 Cross has a maximum claimed power output of 29.8 kW, or 40 horsepower.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Husqvarna 400 Cross

Year: 1971 –

Engine: Single cylinder, 2-stroke
Capacity: 396 cc / 24.2 cu in
Bore x Stroke: 81 x 76 mm
Cooling System: Air cooled
Induction: 36 mm Bing carburetor
Ignition: FESMA magneto
Starting: Kick start
Max Power (claimed): 29.8 kW / 40 hp
Transmission: 4-Speed
Final Drive: Chain
Frame: Single downtube, chromoly
Front Suspension: Husqvarna telescopic fork
Front Wheel Travel: 152.4 mm / 6 in
Rear Suspension: Griling shocks
Rear Wheel Travel: 114 mm / 4.5 in

Front Brakes: Drum
Rear Brakes: Drum
Wheels: Akront rims, laced wire spokes
Ground Clearance: 229 mm / 9 in
Seat Height: 800 mm / 31.5 in
Dry Weight: 105 kg / 231 lbs

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