Lifan LF400

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2008 Lifan LF400
Category: Cruiser

Specifications

Engine
Type: V-Twin Cylinder, air-cooled, four-stroke
Displacement: 399CC
Starting System: Electric start
Ignition System: TCI
Transmission System: 5 Speed, Manual
Clutch: Wet multi-plate
Lubrication: Pressure/Splash
Final drive: Shaft
Maximum Power 20kw/8500r/min
Maximum Torque: 22N.m/7000r/min
Max Speed: 75MPH

Chassis
Suspension (FRONT): Hydraulic
Suspension (REAR): Hydraulic Spring
Brake System (FRONT): Disc/Hand Control
Brake System (REAR): Drum/Pedal Control
Tire Size (FRONT): 3.0 – 19
Tire Size (REAR): 140/90-15

Dimensions/Weight/Capacity
L x W x H: 88.6″ x 30.7″ x 44.9″
Wheel Base: 60″
Dry Weight: 386 LBS
Max Loading Capacity: 330LBS
Gas Yield: 1.36 GAL/100Mile

7 thoughts on “Lifan LF400”

  1. Had it now for 3 weeks. lots of teathing problems but are now being sorted out.
    The bike is very nice to look at and ride.

    It seems to have been worth the problems

  2. Excellent bike, i own the LF 400 Storm 2008, smooth power, very quiet to ride,good suspension and braking, and plenty of chrome to keep you busy on those wet days in the garage.

    Done 1300km on it now, changed the oil 3 times (oil stays nice and clear) good indicator of machining,,had not one problem with it, great uphills,,hell theres so much to say about it and its all good, Just Love it, and im an oldie (61yrs old) had many bikes of all sizes (up to 1100cc) and this one is definitely the most hassle free.

    Was a bit sceptical about a Chinese bike, but MAN! i`ve chaned my view now.

    Cheers
    Rick (ex Triumph, Honda,Yamaha)

  3. Excellent bike, cant fault it, i ride em hard and in 18mths done 4.500 miles never missed a beat, highly recommended to buy one of these, you wont be dissapointed

  4. Shame on you Chinese motorcycles garbage I’m deceived by the first time, and I bought one after 3 months turned into spare parts and breaking down then I bought honda vlx Then I bought and I knew the difference between good and bad (I’m not rich, too bought cheap)

  5. Moha,,Try changing the oil !, Jap Bikes – Chinese Bike – Brit Bikes, if you treat em right , they will treat you right.
    Buddy! theres little difference between Jap and Chinese, i remember back in the 1960s we used to rubbish the Jappers, until we found out they didnt leak oil, and jump out of gear like the Triumphs used to,,,I got away from Brit bikes by 1971 and its the wisest move ive made.

    As i said earlier the LF400 beats all the bikes ive had for reliability-parts-and LOOKS BETTER than anything wlse on the road today.

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