1991 Suzuki Bandit GSF400

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In the US, the Suzuki Bandit was most commonly sold in 1,200 or 600cc variants. But Suzuki also brought a 400cc model to America for a couple of years!

Depending on the export market, the Bandit made between 50 and 60 horsepower. It’s a hard to find bike that reminds some of a baby Ducati Monster thanks to the trellis frame, but this is a much rarer sight on American roads.

This example (VIN: JS1GK75A8M2100841) has just under 16,000 miles and it’s been recently serviced. Issues include a scuffed right side engine cover and a non-functional horn + tach. It’s been upgraded with a color-matched Targa fairing, period-correct headers, Supertrapp muffler, Unio foam filters, aftermarket turn signals, bar end mirrors, tail tidy, and more. The seller says that the recent service included a carb clean, new fuel line, oil change, coolant flush, brake system flush, and a gas tank lining.

Find this Bandit for sale in Whittier, California with bidding up to $321 and the reserve not yet met here on eBay.

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