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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.

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.
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.
Staying comfortable is key to reducing rider fatigue, so the addition of ASV levers, Fasst Flexx bars, and RTT stabilizer was a must.
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.
The CT Racing Sonic Exhaust boosts power but doesn't break the sound meter, registering at 94 dB.
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.
2009 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Project ATV
2009 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Project ATV
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.
2009 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Project ATV
The Maxxis Razor tires do a fine job of getting the increased performance to the ground.
2009 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Project ATV
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.
Be careful after modifying your QuadSport Z400, you might never get off of it!
After all that work it's time take the suzuki Z400 to tear it up.