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2009 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Project ATV Photo Gallery

The Suzuki QuadSport Z400 is a great all-around trail machine, but we decided to grab some trick parts and see if we can't make the QuadSport Z400 fly a little faster. Read the full story in our 2009 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Project ATV Review.

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UM Performance Products offers a nerf bar that has a built-in heel guard and comes with a pro peg setup that is very wide, offering more foot support and a bit of a kick up at end of the peg so your foot won’t slip off of the outside.
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Getting the Suzuki QuadSport Z400 to handle a faster pace was next up on the list so the Noleen J6 suspension upgrade made the list.
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Staying comfortable is key to reducing rider fatigue, so the addition of ASV levers, Fasst Flexx bars, and RTT stabilizer was a must.
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The Maaxis Razor tires are tough, proven in countless GNCC and Baja wins, as they add a lot of stability with a more rigid sidewall allowing full slides through the corners and better overall handling.
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The CT Racing Sonic Exhaust boosts power but doesn't break the sound meter, registering at 94 dB.
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With the addition of the CT pipe and removal of the air box lid, we found the quad ran lean, so a Dynatek FI fuel management system was added, along with a Pro Design Pro-Flow foam filter. We dyno tested the Z400 and came up with 40.18 rear wheel ponies.
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2009 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Project ATV
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2009 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Project ATV
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We couldn’t find a graphics kit for the QuadSport Z, so we just took the CT Racing LTR 450 graphics kit and it fits pretty darn good - the seat cover fit perfect.
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2009 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Project ATV
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The Maxxis Razor tires do a fine job of getting the increased performance to the ground.
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2009 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Project ATV
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With a few modifications we were able to bump up the Suzuki QuadSport Z400 HP for some aggressive off-roading and a little air time.
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Be careful after modifying your QuadSport Z400, you might never get off of it!
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After all that work it's time take the suzuki Z400 to tear it up.