That's exactly how I remember them. The Super Dream was just a turd of a bike from that period when Honda went for what they called Eurostyle which basically meant they all looked the same which would have been fine if they didn't all look bland and horrible.SteveW wrote:
In the late 90's I decided to buy all the 400's I lusted after when I was 17/18 years old.
RD400, Honda Super Dream 400, GT380 and KH400.
By far the best of the bunch to ride was the KH400. The Honda was dreadful.
The Suzuki felt a bit Lardy and the Yam was quickest.
The Suzuki triples were all lardy and lacking in performance, the RD Yamahas were great fun to ride and fast but in my totally unbiased opinion there's something about a Kawasaki triple that makes them just that little bit special.
I also had a GPZ550, the first Unitrack model before they put some of the instruments on the tank and it was a lovely bike to ride and could leave any British 750 for dead which upset most of my dinosaur friends who insisted on having British 750s. For £1,800 brand new it was an absolute bargain (thumbs)