1972 | Hustler 400 (TS400)

Largest-displacement model in the Hustler series filled with technologies from the RN Motocross World Championship machine

Hustler 400 (TS400)

The Hustler 400 is the largest-displacement model in the Hustler series, which had previously ranged from 50 to 250 cm³. Based on the RN71, which won the 500 cm³ class of the Motocross World Championship in 1971, the Hustler 400 can be ridden on both city streets and off-road. The 400 cm³ 2-stroke 1-cylinder engine is equipped with an easy-to-use primary kickstarter and a decompression release mechanism. This engine is paired with a racing-style down type muffler. It also features the Pointless Electronic Ignition (PEI) system that ensures stable ignition performance at all times. Ceriani type front forks realize excellent riding stability.

Dimensions and weight Dimensions Overall length 2,215 mm
Overall width 890 mm
Overall height 1,100 mm
Wheelbase 1,425 mm
Weight 126 kg (Dry)
Engine Engine type 2-stroke, 1-cylinder, air-cooled
Engine displacement 396 cm³
Bore x stroke 82.0 mm × 75.0 mm
Maximum power 25kW(34PS) / 6,000rpm
Maximum torque 41.2N-m / 5,500rpm
Transmission 5-speed constant mesh
Front tire size 3.25-19-4PR
Rear tire size 4.00-18-4PR