2001 Yamaha Kodiak 400 Specsby Matt Koble
The 2001 Kodiak 400 4X4 is an all terrain vehicle (ATV) manufactured by Yamaha. First released in July 2001, the Kodiak 400 came in multiple color variations including red, green and beige. The technical specifications can help you determine whether a used 2001 Kodiak 400 offers the right performance and attributes for you.
Engine and Transmission Specs
The 2001 Yamaha Kodiak 400 features a 401 cc four-stroke SOHC engine. The engine has 84.5 mm of bore and 71.5 mm of stroke with a 10.5 to 1 compression ratio. The ATV features a 33 mm BSR Mijuni carburettor and a four-gallon fuel tank. With wet sump lubrication, the engine is liquid cooled. The 2001 Kodiak 400 has an Ultramatic V-belt with engine braking, giving the ATV high, low, reverse and parking gears.
Drivetrain, Tires and Brakes
With an electrical powered push-button starter, the 2001 Yamaha Kodiak 400 features a two-wheel drive drivetrain. The front tire requires AT 25 by 8-12 tires, while the back uses AT 25 by 10-12 tires. The 2001 Kodiak 400's front end utilizes dual hydraulic disc brakes while the back features a single hydraulic disc brake.
Physical Specifications and Towing Capabilities
With a dry weight of 545 pounds, the 2001 Kodiak 400 features a 9.7 inch ground clearance. The seat rests 32.3 inches off the ground and the ATV has a 48.2 inch wheelbase. The vehicle stands 44.1 inches tall, 77.4 inches long and 42.1 inches wide. The ATV's front rack has an 88 lb capacity while the rear rack's capacity is 176 lbs. It features a 1,102 lb towing capacity.
Matt Koble has been writing professionally since 2008. He has been published on websites such as DoItYourself. Koble mostly writes about technology, electronics and computer topics.