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The Honda CB400T was a twin cylinder four-stroke motorcycle produced from 1978 to 1981. It used the same engine family as the Honda CB250N/CB400N. [1] The motorcycle is not to be confused with the modern Honda CB400 or the four-cylinder Honda CB400F. Having introduced the first four-cylinder motorcycles for the 350; 400; 500; 550 and 750 -classes, Honda seemed to take a step back with this parallel twin with classic 360° crank-layout. Nevertheless the engine showed to be reliable and sturdy and was to be a long living design used in all Honda's 400 & 450 twins for the next 10-15 years. The engine featured a diamond type frame-configuration, 3-valve design of the combustion chamber, tandem balance-shafts in the front left side of the engine and CDI ignition. In addition, the CB400T also introduced the "Com-Star" compound aluminum-rims, using tubeless tires for the first time. [2] The motorcycle is somewhat popular nowadays due to its reliability and 'retro factor,' and also due to the general resurrection in classic motorcycles. The model has become particularly popular with motorcycle enthusiasts interested in converting the motorcycle into Café racers. [3] Specifications Displacement: 395.00 ccm (24.10 cubic inches) Engine type: Twin, four-stroke Power: 43.00 HP (31.4 kW)) @ 8500 RPM Top speed: 161.0 km/h (100.0 mph) Varied Compression: 9.3:1 Bore x stroke: 70.5 x 50.6 mm (2.8 x 2.0 inches) Valves per cylinder: 3 (2 Intake Valves, 1 Exhaust Valve) Fuel control: OHC Cooling system: Air Final Drive: Chain Front tire dimensions: 3.60-19 Rear tire dimensions: 4.10-18 Front brakes: Disc Brake Or Dual Disc Rear brakes: Expanding Brake (See: Drum Brake) [4] References ^ ^ ^ ^ This motorcycle, scooter or moped-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e