CSC RE3-SG400 San Gabriel 400 vs Honda CBR400R

Compare Specifications of CSC RE3-SG400 San Gabriel 400 and Honda CBR400R

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CSC RE3-SG400 San Gabriel 400
CSC RE3-SG400 San Gabriel 400

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Honda CBR400R
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 378.00 cc 399.00 cc
Engine Fuel-injected parallel-Twin, overhead camshafts, balance shaft Water-cooled DOHC in-line 2-cylinder engine
Clutch -- Assist slipper clutch
Cooling System Liquid-cooled Water-cooled
Maximum Power 36.2 Ps @ 9000 Rpm --
Maximum Torque 35 Nm @ 6500 Rpm --
Transmission 6 Speed --
Top Speed 154 kmph --
Display -- Digital Display
Frame Robotically welded steel tube Steel pipe diamond type
Fork Inverted fork --
Headlamp -- LED
Taillamp -- LED
Tyres
Front Tubeless 120/70-17 --
Rear Tubeless 150/70-17 --
Wheel / RIM Tubeless wire-spoke with aluminum rims; 3.5x17F, 4.5x17R Aluminum cast wheels
Brakes
Front Radial-mount four-piston caliper, 305 mm rotor; Bosch ABS 320 mm Disc brake
Rear 240 mm, single-piston caliper; Bosch ABS 240 mm Disc brake
Suspension
Front 41mm inverted telescopic fork, 4.1 inches travel Telescopic type with an inner tube diameter of 41 mm
Rear Preload-adjustable dual shocks, 2.4 inches travel --
Colors Available
Colors Sinister Matte Black with Red/White accents
Metallic Gray Gloss with White/Red accents
Grand Prix Red
Pearl Glare White
Matt Axis Gray Metallic


Physical Specs
Length 2065 mm 2080 mm
Width 810 mm 755 mm
Height 1120 mm 1145 mm
Weight -- 192 kg
Kerb Weight 184 --
Seat Height 770 785
Wheelbase 1380 mm 1410 mm
Ground Clearance 145 mm 130 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres --
Overview
Features - Class-leading style
- Bosch Bosch dual-channel ABS
- Stainless steel exhaust system
- Easy-to-read analog tachometer with LCD info panel
- Frugal fuel economy, 300 miles between fills!
Theft deterrence mechanism (Honda Ignition Security System)
Reinforced handle lock mechanism & reinforced key cylinder
Additional Details Rake & : Trail: 25°, 99mm --

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