What is the stock 400EX sprocket size?

What is the stock 400EX sprocket size?

the stock gearing is 15/38 on your bike i believe. the taller rear tires should in theory make you bike “faster” but it won’t be quicker. i would personally put a 14 tooth front sprocket on it to gain some of your torque back.

What’s the best gearing for a 400EX?

15/36 is more top end than 15/38. for more top end you go up in front and down in back. I have mine geared with 36 in the rear and 14 in the front, but if you want more top speed and more mid range speed, i would sudgest (15/36)!!!!! or you can do 15/38 for more top speed than anything.

How much HP is a 400EX?

BTW-A stock 400ex puts out between 25-28hp.

How fast does a stock 400EX go?

It has a 28 horsepower engine and the Honda 400EX has a top speed of 72 MPH. The motor has dual intake and dual exhaust ports for maximum engine efficiency. The TRX400EX has a five-speed transmission with Reverse to round out it’s arsenal of go fast.

How many gears does a Honda 400EX have?

How many gears are in a Honda 400EX? You are having a bad dream – all TRX400EX and X models have 5 speed transmissions – 05 and up have a reverse gear also.

How many links does a 400EX chain have?

the chain length is 94 links. yep, stock is 94 links.

How fast is a TRX450R?


2004/2005 TRX450r 2006/2007/2008 TRX450r
Dry Weight 162/168 kg R/ER
Colors 2004: Red 2005: Red or Black 2006: Red or Black
Warranty 6 months
Top Speed 74 mph (everything stock)

How much does a 400ex weight?

2004 Honda Sportrax 400EX Specifications

Technical Specifications:
Wheelbase (in/mm) 48.4 / 1229.4
Dry Weight (lbs/kg) 375 / 170.1
Fuel Capacity (gal/l) 2.6 / 9.8

How fast is a LTZ 400?

About the Suzuki LTZ 400 Otherwise known as the QuadSport Z400, this 4×4 boasted a top speed of 70 mph.

How fast is a TRX 400?

Generally, fresh from the factory, the 400 will do anywhere from 65-70, with most people finding 68 as the average top speed.

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