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Author Topic: Back at it....this time with an 81 Suzuki GN400.  (Read 48355 times)

Offline cierrecart

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Re: Back at it....this time with an 81 Suzuki GN400.
« Reply #120 on: Mar 05, 2013, 00:35:23 »
Thanks man.

Offline M.B Co

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Re: Back at it....this time with an 81 Suzuki GN400.
« Reply #121 on: Mar 13, 2013, 13:46:32 »
Shots turned out great. Nice build!

Offline ajeevisser

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Re: Back at it....this time with an 81 Suzuki GN400.
« Reply #122 on: Mar 28, 2013, 05:34:15 »
Great build.! Love that wild style.
Building a GN400 myself right now.
I've got a Dunlop K70 and want to order a Firestone ANS.
But what size fits?
Thought it was a 4.5x16 but the tirelabel on the picture you posted  says 5.00x16.
What should I order?

Offline cierrecart

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Re: Back at it....this time with an 81 Suzuki GN400.
« Reply #123 on: Mar 29, 2013, 21:50:38 »
Rear is a 5.0-16.  It fits fine.   The K-70 on the front is a 4.0-18.  I'm pretty sure a Firestone ANS 4.5-18 will fit too, just havent had a chance to buy one and test it out.

Offline cierrecart

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Re: Back at it....this time with an 81 Suzuki GN400.
« Reply #124 on: Mar 29, 2013, 21:51:30 »

Offline bravecafe

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  • "Putting the Duh in Honda since 1962 !"
Back at it....this time with an 81 Suzuki GN400.
« Reply #125 on: Mar 30, 2013, 01:07:20 »
Sweet, we are building one as well. Looks like the gn400 secret is out! :)
1966 CB771968 T5001969 CL 350 (x4) 1971 CB 450 1972 cb750 1973 cb750 1973 cb1751974 cb350f (x2) 1974 cf400f 1980 GN 400 1981 CX 500

Offline Jay Chrisman

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Re: Back at it....this time with an 81 Suzuki GN400.
« Reply #126 on: Mar 30, 2013, 11:05:36 »
My son and I are doing a gn 400 and was wondering about a sealed battery from ebay with more amp hrs ? would this power the lights better?  thanks Jay

Offline cierrecart

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Re: Back at it....this time with an 81 Suzuki GN400.
« Reply #127 on: Mar 30, 2013, 21:15:40 »
From wyhat I understand, the lights get their power direct from the coil, so I don't think a bigger battery would do much.  My headlight dims a bit at idle, but is nice and bright while riding.  My battery is  1.2 amps. Taillight has a 6v LED bulb in it and is super bright.

Offline ajeevisser

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Re: Back at it....this time with an 81 Suzuki GN400.
« Reply #128 on: Apr 04, 2013, 11:12:11 »
Does anybody know if the forks of the Holiday Customs GN400 are lowered internally?
It looks like they are just lowerderd in the steering stem.
My fork seals are leaking, so I've got to rebuild mine anyway.

Offline cierrecart

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Re: Back at it....this time with an 81 Suzuki GN400.
« Reply #129 on: Apr 08, 2013, 00:21:30 »
Almost positive they're lowered internally.  I tried just sliding them up in the trees and the front end was just way too high.  Internal is the way to go.   I took 3" out of mine.