Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 Specs and Review 2022

Suzuki Eiger 400: Suzuki is a master craftsman of outstanding off-road sport quads. 

Therefore, when something as simple as Suzuki’s Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 comes on the scene, it cannot be avoided being lost in the crowd of rockstar race vehicles. 

Suzuki Eiger 400

This article highlights Suzuki’s infamous but reliable four-wheeler, which aims to shake up the image.

Its name is Suzuki Eiger 400. is a rec-utility automobile that was released to the general public in 2002. With a 376-cm3 engine, cable-actuated 2WD, and 4WD, and a traditional rugged appearance the dual-purpose machine has all the elements needed to offer simple, traditional enjoyment.

From the beginning, it was clear that the Eiger was unable to stand out from its popular counterparts – in spite of its focus on the rec-utility sub-segment. 

However, that didn’t hinder the series from releasing 25 models between 2002 and 2008. Wondering about getting your own Suzuki Eiger 400? Learn more about this small but highly praised vehicle.

Suzuki Eiger 400

Baptism Through Fire

There’s no better way than this section’s title to introduce the origins of Suzuki Eiger 400. 

The Eiger was first introduced to the public around the beginning of the millennium the 3-76-cm three-wheeled machine surpassed legendary legends like those of Suzuki KingQuad, LTZ400 Quad Sport, and the LTR 450 Quad Racer. 

While all of its predecessors are sport quads (which shouldn’t have been a factor) however, it was the time of its introduction that has made it the Suzuki Eiger and one of the least praised mid-sized ATVs Suzuki made. produced.

It may not have been in the eyes of consumers as the must-have vehicles until about halfway through the production phase. 

However, this vehicle was a beast with (and has) plenty to offer its users. The Eiger has a wealth of features ideal for cruising and outdoor pursuits. 

The most well-loved features are the ease of shifting the transmission, placement of levers and controls, easy access to engines and other mechanical components, and seamless engagement with 2WD/4WD. All that is highly valued by the test drivers and other enthusiasts.

Other useful features of the quad were:

  • High-radius fenders (great for taller tires).
  • A rugged-style grill.
  • Racks for utility (front as well as back).
  • Front bumpers are designed to allow for effortless winch (view on Amazon) installation.

The Eiger also offers durability and comfort that are ideal for all kinds of applications such as relaxing rides or work. 

With all of these features things in place, it was clear that lots of thought went into the design of the Eiger and its function. In the end, these features earned the big-bore machine its status as a rite of passage.

Price of a Suzuki Eiger 400

The cost for the Eiger 400 is $4,349 to $5,899 based upon trim, year as well as driveline option. 

The most affordable of the versions is 2003’s Suzuki Eiger LT F400K3 The most expensive model is an Eiger from 2007 LT -A400FHK7 (Advantage A400FHK7 (Advantage Camouflage).

It is interesting to note that the 4×4 trims are cheaper than the 2×4 models. The camo models didn’t differ in cost compared to the base models. This is a great deal for those who love the hunter-themed body panels.

Auction listings are quite scarce. If you do find one auction listing, they will usually be listed as Suzuki Eiger Quadrunners.

They are priced between $690-$3,550. They’re well-maintained, mostly used for ranch work in addition to off-pavement areas, and could include Suzuki Eiger parts like a tractor and the 25-gallon grass or the garden sprayer (view on Amazon) along with the addition of a wand. 

A few may have a brand new battery, a lockable top box or gun scabbards, or custom-designed padding for the shooting rail. 

Some may also have small cosmetic flaws or require painting. As is to be expected, second-hand Tigers are available online, but without titles.

The table below provides an overview of the complete list of Suzuki Eiger models and their equivalent list of numbers:

Year – Trim – Model # List Price Retail/Trade-In Values
2002 Suzuki Eiger 400 2×4 – LT-A400K2 $4,699 $690 – $905
2002 Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 – LT-A400FK2 $5,599 $845 – $1,115
2003 Suzuki Eiger 400 2×4 – LT-A400K3 $4,499 $760 – $1,000
2003 Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 – LT-A400FK3 $5,299 $920 – $1,210
2003 Suzuki Eiger 400 2×4 – LT-F400K3 $4,349 $735 – $965
2003 Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 – LT-F400FK3 $5,149 $880 – $1,160
2004 Suzuki Eiger 400 2×4 – LT-A400K4 $4,499 $870 – $1,145
2004 Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 – LT-A400FK4 $5,299 $1,045 – $1,375
2004 Suzuki Eiger 400 – LT-A400FCK4, Advantage $5,499 $1,075 – $1,415
2004 Suzuki Eiger 400 2×4 – LT-F400K4 $4,349 $830 – $1,095
2004 Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 – LT-F400FK4 $5,149 $1,020 – $1,345
2005 Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 – LT-A400FK5 $5,349 $1,275 – $1,675
2005 Suzuki Eiger 400 – LT-A400FCK5, Advantage $5,549 $1,320 – $1,735
2005 Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 – LT-F400FK5 $5,199 $1,225 – $1,615
2005 Suzuki Eiger 400 – LT-F400FCK5, Advantage $5,399 $1,280 – $1,685
2006 Suzuki Eiger 400 2×4 – LT-A400K6 $4,499 $1,345 – $1,770
2006 Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 – LT-A400FK6 $5,349 $1,510 – $1,985
2006 Suzuki Eiger 400 – LT-A400FCK6, Advantage $5,549 $1,560 – $2,050
2006 Suzuki Eiger 400 2×4 – LT-F400K6 $5,199 $1,560 – $2,050
2006 Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 – LT-F400FK6 $5,399 $1,560 – $2,055
2007 Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 – LT-A400FK7 $5,399 $1,510 – $1,990
2007 Suzuki Eiger 400 – LT-A400FCK7, Advantage $5,599 $1,570 – $2,065
2007 Suzuki Eiger 400 – LT-A400FHK7, Advantage Camouflage $5,899 $1,680 – $2,210
2007 Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 – LT-F400FK7 $5,249 $1,575 – $2,070
2007 Suzuki Eiger 400 – LT-F400FCK7, Advantage $5,449 $1,645 – $2,165

Suzuki Eiger 400 Specs & Features Engine & Lubrication

Both models LT – A400 and LT – F400 have the same engine specifications as their Suzuki Eiger 400 carburetor to valve clearances, the output of torque, and power. 

There is only one difference between the two models is the engine capacity of oil according to the kind of transmission each vehicle is equipped with. Tigers with an automatic transmission will have a bit more capacity than manual ones.

Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-A400K/FK Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-F400K/FK
Engine Brand Name Keihin
Engine Type 4-Stroke OHC
Cylinder Arrangement Single cylinder
Carburetion System Keihin CVK32
Engine Cooling Air cooling with SACS
Engine Fuel Unleaded gasoline of at least PON 87 or RON 91, containing MTBE (Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether), < 10% ethanol, or < 5% methanol w/ appropriate cosolvents and corrosion inhibitor
Fuel Capacity 16 L/4.2 US gal (reserve – 2.9 L/0.8 US gal)
Fuel Economy 13.84 L/100 km (17 mpg)
Bore x Stroke Ratio 82 x 71.2 mm (3.23 x 2.80 in)
Compression Ratio 9.0:1
Displacement 376 cm³ / 22.9 in³
Valve Diameter Intake 30.6 mm (1.20 in)
Valve Diameter Exhaust 27.0 mm (1.06 in)
Valve Clearance Cold Intake 0.05 – 0.10 mm (0.002 – 0.004 in)
Valve Clearance Cold Exhaust 0.22 – 0.27 mm (0.009 – 0.011 in)
Horsepower 22 hp/22.3 PS (16.4 kW @ 3,300-3,900 RPM)
Top Speed 45-50 mph (72-80.5 km/h) – marketed
80-85 mph (128-136.8 km/h) – owners’ claim
Air Filtration Polyurethane foam element
Lubrication Wet sump
Engine Oil & Quantity 3 L (3.2 US quarts) – oil change
3.2 L (3.4 US quarts) – filter change
3.5 L (3.7 US quarts) – overhaul
SAE 10W-40, API SJ with JASO MA
SAE 5W-30, 10W-30, 15W-40, 15W-50, 20W-50 – depending on ambient temperature
2.9 L (3.1 US quarts) – oil change
3.1 L (3.3 US quarts) – filter change
3.4 L (3.6 US quarts) – overhaul
SAE 10W-40, API SJ with JASO MA
SAE 5W-30, 10W-30, 15W-40, 15W-50, 20W-50 – depending on ambient temperature

Drivetrain

Based on the trim, certain Suzuki Eiger 400s have two-wheel driveline options that are activated by the lever located on the left handlebar. 

Two-speed Quadmatic(TM) V belt transmission (with reverse) or a five-speed forward constant mesh as well as an automatic front differential that locks transfer engine torque to front wheels through the thumb switch.

 A wet-shoe, an automatic centrifugal clutch manages shifting and an easy up-and-down-shifter. The sequence of shifting is different between models that have each type of transmission.

Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-A400K/FK Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-F400K/FK
Clutch Wet shoe, automatic, centrifugal type Wet multi-plate, automatic, centrifugal type
Transmission Type Automatic variable ratio (V-belt) 5-speed forward constant mesh
Transfer 2-speed forward with a reverse
Gearshift Pattern L-H-N-R (Hand operated) All up (foot-operated)
Drive System Shaft drive
Primary Ratio 2.938 – 0.813 (Variable change) 2.392 (67/28)
Final Drive Ratio 3.600 (36/10)
Transfer Gear Ratio 2.500 (40/16) – Low
1.375 (33/24) – High
2.435 (35/13 x 19/21) – Low
1.296 (35/27) – High
Transmission Gear Ratio N/A 3.083 (37/12) – Low
1.933 (29/15) – 2nd
1.388 (25/18) – 3rd
1.095 (23/21) – 4th
0.913 (21/23) – Top
2.883 (34/12) – Reverse

Ignition

The electrical components are identical for every Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 model. If you require the replacement of battery components, you could opt for one of the YTX14-BS batteries (view at Amazon) model.

Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-A400K/FK Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-F400K/FK
Ignition Electronic ignition (CDI)
Ignition Timing 10° B.T.D.C @ 1,500 RPM
Spark Plug NGK CR7E or DENSO U22ESR-N
Gap: 0.7 – 0.8 (0.028 – 0.031)
Generator Three-phase A.C. generator
Generator Max Output 13.5 – 15V 225 W @ 5,000 RPM
Fuse 30 Amp; 10 Amp (Hi/Lo headlight, brake light, ignition, power source, fan)
Battery YTX14-BS 12 V 43.2 kC (12 Ah)/10 HR
Battery Dimensions (L x W x H) 6 x 3.44 x 5.75 in (150 x 87 x 145 mm)

 Brakes

Tires & Brakes

Quads made available in Australia included Dunlop tires and also those that are sold within the U.S., Canada, and Sweden equipped with all-terrain Maxxis rubber.

 Due to the fenders’ high radius, it’s a good idea to upgrade the stock rubber with bigger tires such as the Kenda K538 Executioner (view on Amazon) particularly when you intend to utilize your quad to do serious mudding.

Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-A400K/FK Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-F400K/FK
Front Tire, off-road/road air pressure Dunlop KT121HD AT25 x 8-12, tubeless (P-24)
Maxxis M913S AT25 x 8-12, tubeless (Others)
Tire Pressure: 32.5 kPa (0.325 kg/cm2, 4.7 psi)
Rear Tire, off-road/road air pressure Dunlop KT405HD AT25 x 10-12, tubeless (P-24)
Maxxis M909S AT25 x 10-12, tubeless (Others)
Tire Pressure: 30 kPa (0.30 kg/cm2, 4.4 psi)
Tire Tread Depth, F/R Limit: 4.0 mm (0.16 in)
Front Brake Type Disc brake, twin
Rear Brake Type Drum brake

Be sure to note the operating pressure that is permissible of your tires (whether new or stock). Don’t exceed an amount of 45kPa (0.46 kg/cm2, 6.5 psi) for the maximum pressure.

It’s 70 kPa (0.71 kg/cm2 10 psi) when filling them up, as well as 25 kPa (0.25 kg/cm2, 3.6 psi) when airing them down. Suzuki suggests using a manual air pump instead of an air compressor with high pressure to limit the damage caused by excessive inflation.

Suspension

Inside the steel frame are two independent double-wishbone front suspensions as well as swingarm rear suspensions with two mono-shocks that provide 6.7 inches (170 millimeters) in wheel movement across all four wheels.

 The impressive ground clearance and the 50-inch wheelbase give the Eiger outstanding handling in any terrain.

Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-A400K/FK Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-F400K/FK
Caster, Trail 3°, 14 mm (0.55 in)
Toe-in 10 mm (0.39 in)
Steering Angle 47° (right & left)
Turning Radius 3.1 m (10.2 ft)
Front Suspension Type, Travel Independent, double wishbone, coil spring, oil damped, 170 mm (6.7 in)
Rear Suspension Type, Travel Swingarm type, coil spring, oil damped, 170 mm (6.7 in)

Dimensions

Suzuki Eiger with manual transmissions that are sold across the U.S. and Canada tend to weigh more than models released from Australia or Sweden. 

It is interesting to note that the opposite is the case for their models with automatic transmissions. Despite the differences in dry weights, the models have the same capacity for load limit.

Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-A400K/FK Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-F400K/FK
Length 2,160 mm (85.0 in) P-17, 24; 2,060 mm (81.1 in) P-28,33
Width 1,200 mm (47.2 in) P-17, 24; 1,145 mm (45.1 in) P-28,33
Height 1,220 mm (48.0 in)
Seat Height (Unloaded) 840 mm (33.1 in)
Ground Clearance 250 mm (9.8 in)
Wheelbase 1,270 mm (50.0 in)
Dry Weight 252 Kg (555 lbs) LT-A400
272 Kg (559 lbs) LT-A400F (P-17)
275 Kg (606 lbs) LT-A400F (P-24)
268 Kg (590 lbs) LT-A400F (P-28,33)
253 Kg (557 lbs) LT-F400 (P-24)
269 Kg (593 lbs) LT-F400F (P-24)
250 Kg (551 lbs) LT-F400 (P-17) 266 Kg (586 lbs) LT-F400F (P-17)
246 Kg (542 lbs) LT-F400 (P-28)
262 Kg (577 lbs) LT-F400F (P-28,33)
Vehicle Load Capacity Limit 172 Kg (380 lbs) 172 Kg (380 lbs)

Dimensions

Exterior

The four-wheeler comes with a steel frame with a plastic body material. It is available in Advantage Camouflage, as well as various colors. Suzuki Eiger 400 parts such as the handlebar, parking brake the brake light switch, and the parking brake are located on the left. 

Other controls and the output terminal are located on the right-hand side of the handlebar. 

The ignition switch can be found on the middle console, and the front bumper features an extension that fits perfectly with the recovery winch. The electrical parts (battery as well as the fuse box) are located under the driver seat.

Instrumentation Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-A400K/FK Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-F400K/FK
Electronic Speedometer Standard
Indicator Lamps Standard
Trip Odometer & Computer Standard
Emergency Off Switch Standard
Engine Stop Switch Standard
Oil Temperature Switch Standard

Lighting

The 4×4 is equipped with all typical lighting, however, only Eiger 400s that are available in Sweden include high-beam and reverse indicator lights. 

All models are able to be converted to street-legal and you can refer to your state’s rules regarding the subsequent steps.

Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-A400K/FK Suzuki Eiger 400 LT-F400K/FK
Headlight HS1 – 12V 35W x 2
Brake Light/Taillight 12 V 21/5 W
Speedometer Light 12 V 1.7 W
Indicator Lights 12 V 3.4 W (oil temperature, neutral)
High Beam Indicator Light 12 V 3.4 W (P-17)
Reversing Light 12 V 21 W (P-17)

Setbacks and Solutions 2002 Recall

Suzuki has voluntarily recalled about 4,700 units of 2×4 and 4×4 automatic transmission Eiger 400 models due to crankshaft issues.

This decision was brought about by a manufacturing flaw in the quad, causing its crankshaft to break during operation and resulting in the vehicle quitting altogether (due to an interruption of power transfer).

A revamp in the design of later-year models permanently resolved this problem.

Overcharging Regulator

This issue has come up pretty frequently in forums and seems to be one of the chief consumer complaints about the quad.

While the reason is often a defective battery, the electronic accessories we put on our wheeler are also to blame.

Abnormal driving conditions may also lead to fluctuations in regulated voltage between the battery terminals.

As a best practice, ensure that aftermarket accessories you buy do not use excessive amounts of electricity.

Regularly inspect the state of your machine’s wire harness and test the contact between couplers. One-off instances may still point to a leaking battery.

But if you have cooked the acid out of batteries way too many times, the regulator/rectifier is definitely at fault.

Starter Motor Problems

Going straight for a CDI box replacement is not the best (nor the most practical) way to address a starting problem, as there is more than one aspect of the wheeler needing thorough inspection.

Gear selection and electrical components top the list. For beginner owners, it is crucial to note that starting the engine from any other transfer position apart from neutral is never going to work.

A blown fuse, shorted relays, or a low-voltage battery are likely to be problem sources too. I also recommend checking for a defective parking brake switch or starter clutch. If you are lucky, the culprit could simply be worn gaskets or a flawed gear selector.

Starting Difficulty

While the preceding issue leans toward an electrical fault, starting issues are almost always about your four-wheeler’s carburetor and air-fuel mixture.

Resolving this problem is both easy and challenging, as the remedy could go from cleaning clogged passages, filters, and fuel lines to replacing your entire top-end.

Upkeep of your weekend warrior should not only be based on manufacturer-recommended schedules but also on how often you ride your quad in the outdoors or how long you have it sitting unused in your garage.

These are only some of the known issues the Suzuki Eiger 400 has. If you are looking for a more extensive list of common problems and how to rectify them, Suzuki ATV forums and other similar off-roading sites are great resources.

About Suzuki

Suzuki Motor Corporation is a world-renowned corporation founded in 1909 that traces back its humble beginnings to weaving loom.

Decades after, it has ventured into the automotive industry and produced several ground-breaking vehicles – including the Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4.

Today, the Japanese company is recognized as one of the most successful automakers by production worldwide – with over 133 distributors in 192 countries and a myriad of product offerings ranging from automobiles and motor vehicles to internal combustion engines.

Conclusion – Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4 Review

Between the automatic and manual transmission models, experienced adventurers strongly recommend the latter. True, both versions boast torque-sensing front differentials, foot-operated brake pedals, selectable driveline modes, and impressive fuel consumption.

But going for the manual 4WD trims guarantee fewer engine problems, better maneuverability, and more leeway for project builds. Plus, a straight-axle rear suspension is always good to have on bumpy roads.

The attention it is now enjoying from the off-roading community may be late by a few decades – yes. But it does not make the Suzuki Eiger 400 less of a bulletproof machine. Nor does it make this rare gem less deserving.

EIGER 400 4X4 AUTOMATIC 2005 – 2007

ENGINE SPECS

TYPE SOHC, Four-stroke, Single Cylinder, Air/oil-cooled
DISPLACEMENT 376 cm3
BORE X STROKE 3.2×2.8 in OR 81 mm
COMPRESSION RATIO 9:1
HORSEPOWER -/- KW(hp)/RPM
TORQUE 0/- lb-ft/RPM OR 0 Nm/RPM
FUEL SYSTEM KeihinT CVK32 Carburetor

TRANSMISSION SPECS

GEARBOX Automatic CVT
CLUTCH
PRIMARY DRIVE
FINAL DRIVE
Shaft

CHASSIS SPECS

FRAME
FRONT SUSPENSION Independent, Double A-arm, Oil-damped
REAR SUSPENSION Swingarm-type, Oil-damped
FRONT BRAKE Dual Hydraulic Discs
REAR BRAKE Single Mechanical Drum

DIMENSION SPECS

OVERALL LENGTH 85.6 in OR 2174 mm
OVERALL WIDTH 45.1 in OR 1146 mm
SEAT HEIGHT 32.7 in OR 831 mm
WHEELBASE 50 in OR 1270 mm
GROUND CLEARANCE 9.3 in OR 236 mm
WEIGHT 590 lbs OR 268 kg
FUEL CAPACITY 4 gallons OR 15.1 L

TYRES SPECS

FRONT AT 25×8-12
REAR AT 25×10-12

POWER SYSTEM SPECS

POWERPACK
NOMINAL CAPACITY
MAXIMUM CAPACITY
CHARGER TYPE
CHARGING TIME (NORMAL)
CHARGING TIME (QUICK)
RANGE

Is a Suzuki Eiger 400 4×4?

Suzuki Eiger 400 Suzuki Eiger 400 is an all-terrain vehicle (4-wheel motorcycle) made by Suzuki. … The Suzuki Eiger features a torque-sensing differential on the front of the 4×4 version.

What years did Suzuki make the Eiger 400?

SUZUKI Eiger 400 4×4 Automatic 2005 – 2007

Reliable air/oil-cooled single-cylinder, four-valve, 4 stroke engine tuned to achieve fast and high-torque acceleration. Gear-driven balancer shaft reduces vibration.

Where is the VIN number on a Suzuki ATV?

Find where to find the VINs on the frames of the ATV. The VIN is typically located in the front of the vehicle, on the left side, under the lever for shifting. In addition, the title for an ATV will also bear the VIN.

What kind of oil does a Suzuki take?

The recommended oil would be: SAE or NMMA FC-W 10W-40 (operating between 14 degrees to 100°F) and 10W-30 (operating in temperatures ranging from 4 degrees to temperatures of 86 degrees F.) API or NMMA FC-W Classification SE, SF, SG, SJ.

How much is a Suzuki 400 ATV?

2022 Suzuki KingQuad 400FSi * $6,749

From the remotest areas to the most common tasks, there are the KingQuad guiding riders onward. In all, the KingQuad lineup is an outstanding assortment of ATVs.

How much does a Suzuki LTZ 400 weight?

Overall the ATV measures 72 inches in length by 45.9 inches wide by 45.7 inches high. Seat height measures 31.9 inches, and the clearance to the ground measures 10.4 inches. Its dry weight is 372 pounds, and the wheelbase is 49 inches.

How much oil does a 1998 Suzuki King Quad 300?

Capacity. King Quad 300 capacity. King Quad 300 holds 3500ml or 3.7 quarters of oil. It could require slightly more, about 100 milliliters more if the oil filter has also been changed.

Are Suzuki quads any good?

The Suzuki KingQuad is the machine that launched the big-bore revolution, offering a potent engine within a frame with the performance to be able to. They’re robust, reliable, and, as the owners of the KingQuad for more than a decade, they’ve not failed us when we’ve been moving down snow, pulling up logs or simply playing around.

What year is my Polaris 400?

How can I determine which year my Polaris ATV was made in? Find the 17-character Identification number in the frame of your four-wheeler. Take a look at the 10th letter of the identification number for the vehicle. The 10th character is used to identify the year model of the four-wheeler.

What oil is best for ATV?

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Suzuki Eiger 400 FAQ

1. What years did Suzuki make the Eiger 400?

Reliable air/oil-cooled, single-cylinder, 4-valve four-stroke engine that is tuned to provide speedy acceleration.

2. How much does a Suzuki Eiger 400 weigh?

Is Suzuki Eiger 400 can be described as an all-terrain automobile (4-wheel motorcycle) manufactured by Suzuki. It comes with a 376cc single overhead cam single-cylinder, four-stroke air/oil-cooled motor that is 590 pounds (270 kg), has a four-US-gallon (15 L) gas tank, and comes with two-wheel or four-wheel drive.

3. What kind of oil does a Suzuki Eiger 400 take?

Suzuki Eiger 400 Mineral Engine Oil Change Kit Motul 10W-40 3 Liters K&N Filter.

4. What CC is a Suzuki Eiger?

The Suzuki Eiger comes with the 376-cc four-stroke, single-cylinder engine that is oil- and air-cooled. It has a SOHC valve train, which has four valves. It has an 82.0-mm bore with it has a 71.2-mm stroke and a 9.0:1 compression ratio.

5. What year is my Suzuki Eiger?

Take a look at the 10th character in the number of identification for vehicles. It is likely to be a number or letter. Utilize the 10th character to identify the year of manufacture of the four-wheeler.

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