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2007-08-06 1977 Suzuki GS400 Dual Sport View Listings

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I found the GT750 in a garage covered with dirt, no battery, original tires and tubes with an installed Vetter fairing. Six months later, like show room condition, cleaned carbs, treated tank, cleaned exhaust baffles, two treated shorts, and after 23 yrs, the water buffalo is like new and very reliable, with only 6,000 miles. Thanks Suzuki for the lasting quality!
- bruce, el paso, Texas

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2000-07-05 1977 Suzuki GS400 Dual Sport View Listings

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The 1977 GS400 was Suzuki's first attempt to enter the four-stroke market. The engine is basically a 1000cc motor with the two outside cylinders cut off. In this respect, the little GS shares its heritage with the larger machines, and hands its legacy down to the currently produced GS500. <br /> Its engine is smooth and consistent feeling, though the cam chain does make some "working" noise. The power to weight ratio seems to be 70/30-not exceptionally torqy, but given the weight it pulls, it does so with smoothness and ease-the front wheel stays planted. the chassis is the classic duplex cradle tubular frame, which does a fair job of inspiring confidence on the road, though one must sometime "pull" the bike and point it where you want to go. The GS400 riding position makes one feel as if you're sitting "on" the bike, not In it, as modern machines do. <br /> With a good set of tires and all adjustments made, the GS400 can do just about anything most standards can do, with a tireless, bulletproof engine and reasonable ergonomics it makes a great first, second, and possible light touring bike!
- John L., Rhode Island

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