Yamaha Virago XV 400
Question (about Yamaha Virago XV 400)
virago xv400 spec
hai..i'm from malaysia..i just bought virago xv400 (made of 1987-i think)..i would like to know more about this bike..so anyone here have any info on specification of this bike?
Please excuse my late response to your question. The power supply, in Vietnam, is only slightly more reliable than the internet.
I don't have any information for the 400cc model. The only workshop manual I could find is the Haynes Service and Repair Manual. It covers the Yamaha XV (Virago) V-Twins from 1981 to 2003. Unfortunately, for us, it states that the 535 is the smallest of the XV range. Not very encouraging when you own a 400.
Anyway, from experience, I have found that most components for the 535 are interchangable with the 400 . . . except the IC Ignitor box, which I'm still having problems with.
Find below the specs for the 535. As I've already stated, they're very similar to the 400.
Maximum power: 33.9 kW @ 7500 rpm
Maximum torque: 47 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Top speed: 158 km/h
Acceleration: Time to cover standing start 1/4 mile: 14.8 seconds
Terminal speed after 1/4 mile: 138.6 km/h
Average fuel consumption: 5.2 litres/100 km
Fuel tank capacity: 8.6 litres
Fuel tank range: 165 km
Weights and Dimensions:
Wheelbase: 1511 mm
Overall length: 2210 mm
Overall width: 815 mm
Overall height: 1100 mm
Seat height: 700mm
Ground clearance (minimum): 145 mm
Weight (with oil and full fuel tank, i.e. wet): 185 kg
Type: Air cooled, 75o V-twin
Capacity: 535 cc
Bore and stroke: 76.0 x 59.0 mm
Compression ratio: 9.0:1
Camshafts: SOHC, chain driven
Valves: 2 valves per cylinder
Fuel system: 2 x 34 mm Mikuni carburettors
Clutch: Wet multi-plate, cable operated
Transmission: 5 speed constant mesh
Final drive: shaft
Type: Pressed steel, backbone frame
Rake and trail: 31.5o, 125 mm
Front suspension: Telescopic forks
Rear suspension: Twin shocks with preload adjustment
Front: 3.00S19 4PR
Rear: 140/90 15 M/C 70S
Front: Single disc with single-piston caliper
Rear: 200 mm drum
Again, the above specs should be used as a guide only. Further performance data can be found at www.motorcyclenews.com.
Keep your knees in the breeze,
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