VOR EN 400


Make Model

VOR EN 400




Four stroke, single cylinder. 4 valves per cylinder.


399 cc / 24.3 cu in
Bore x Stroke 92 x 60.1 mm
Cooling System Liquid cooled






5 Speed

Final Drive

Frame Perimetral frame, CrMo, Oval cross-section spars, aluminium rear frame

Front Suspension

Progressive system upside down fork, Paioli Kayaba 46 mm

Front Wheel Travel

295 mm / 11.6"

Rear Suspension

Single progressive hydraulic Öhlins shock absorber, low-high speed adjustable preload extension and compression

Rear Wheel Travel

315 mm / 12.4"

Front Brakes

Single 270mm disc, 2 piston caliper

Rear Brakes

Single 220mm disc, 1 piston caliper

Front Tyre

90/90 -21

Rear Tyre



1485 mm / 58.5"

Ground Clearance

370 mm / 14.6"

Seat Height

930 mm / 36.6"

Dry Weight

109.5 kg / 241 lbs

Wet Weight

118 kg / 260 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

9 L / 2.4 US gal

Rider Review
Very smooth! I have never had such a "mellow" motor, yet even though it feels somewhat mellow, its actually as fast as a unplugged wr400! The motor is a longrod design, and this plays in part with the general smootheness as well as the porting. Either way, this is a great motor that makes great power.
Also very good. It seems to be a little harsh on small things. This could be tuned as I am only 150lbs and it is most likely set a bit stiffer as the owner (who is around 200) is heavier. The forks are Paoli, and they are very good. The rear shock is a Ohlins, and is also very good. Overall good suspension on this machine.
Quite good, plenty of stopping power. The Honda's probably have better brakes, but these are still very good.
I am really impressed with this bike. It has all kinds of neat features (foward kickstarter, left side drive) that make the bike really stand out. I would say you could take this bike stock and be able to run well in a harescramble or Xc type race. Also has many well known brands of parts (Öhlins). If you have the $7500 to spend, its definently worth it.