Topic: Difference between drz400e and drz400s
Author: Shane drz400
Posted: 01/14/2006 04:01:52 AM
Hi just wondering if someone would be able to tell me the difference between the drz400e and the drz400s. Cheers
Reply by tomass on 01/14/2006 6:58:08 PM
Well, the "S" model is street legal (blinkers, brake lights, etc) and the "E" model isn't. The "E" model is a cross between a Dual Sport like the "S", and a motocross, like the RMZ. It's called an enduro. It's lighter than the "S" by 6 kg or 29 lbs but heavier than a pure dirt bike. The "E" and "S" engines are exactly the same except for a couple of subtle changes. The "E" models engine is slightly more high performance. 12.2/1 compression as apposed to 11.3/1. It has different cams and a different carburetor. The cool thing is, that the "S" model engine can easily be changed over to the "E" model specs without a problem. The "E" model base gasket on the "S" model will bring the compression up to 12.2/1. The cams work on the "S" model as well. I hope this helps.
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