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Kengo Classic 400

 

This is a new model, which is styled on the classic and perfectly fits the trend of equipment the likes of Yamaha SR400, Kawasaki W800, the Triumph Bonneville. Is it wrong? Considering the price at the level of 13-14 thousand, competition is very healthy. Single-cylinder engine has a capacity of 400 cc, is an oil-cooled and air and holds a power of 25 hp and 30 Nm of torque. We tested had a copy of the rear drum brake, but the manufacturer has already announced one disc at the front and rear, together with ABSem. Additional curiosities is possible to buy a sidecar, and also plans to Classic 400 version (cafe) Racer. We look forward to comparison with the above-mentioned three expensive classics.

 

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Product Description

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The Kengo is that rare thing in motorcycling; an entirely new brand. Yet the Roadstar 400 is based around 1980s technology. This bike is really about its cool retro styling – a canny mix of late 1960s British with late ’70s Japanese

 

The Roadstar has a supremely simple chassis, with everything held together by a straightforward tubular steel cradle frame. At one end are non-adjustable 35mm forks, and at the other twin shocks, though they can be adjusted for pre-load (with a C-spanner – none of your remote control here).

It has to have spoked wheels of course, and the rims are chromed steel, not alloy, while the tyres are Chinese-made Kenda Cruiser S/Ts. The brakes are deliberately retro, with a 160mm drum at the rear supplementing the single 280mm front disc, though this does have a more modern two-pot caliper, because you can take this retro thing too far.

The geometry is relaxed, something underlined by the 19-inch front wheel, with an 18-inch rear. This bike is designed with B road fun in mind, but nothing more ambitious than that.

 

 

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Specifications

 Engine
    Type     4-Stroke, Single Cylinder, Oil Cooled
    Bore x Stroke     85mm x 70mm
    Compression Ratio     8.8 : 1
    Carburetion     FI
    Displacement     397 cc
    Max. Torgue     30N.m / 5500 rpm
    Horse Power     20kw / 7000 rpm
    Ignition     CDI
    Transmission     5 Speed
    Chassis
    Suspension/Front     Hydraulic Fork
    Suspension/Rear     Twin Shock
    Brakes/Front     Disc
    Brakes/Rear     Drum
    Tires/Front     100 / 90 - 19
    Tires/Rear     130 / 70 - 18
    Dimensions
    Length     83.9" (2130 mm)
    Width     29.9" (760 mm)
    Height     44.5" (1130 mm)
    Seat Height     31.1" (790 mm)
    Ground Clearance     6.3" (160 mm)
    Wheelbase     53.9" (1420 mm)
    Dry Weight     333lb (151 kg)
    Fuel Capacity     3.43gal (13L)
    Oil Capacity     2.1L
    Other
    Battery  12V-9Ah
    Warranty  24 months

 

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