|Not to be confused with AT-400, a passenger aircraft in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.|
The BF-400 is a motorcycle that appears in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Based on a Honda CB400, the bike's design is intended to match its inferior performance in comparison to the PCJ-600 and the FCR-900, with a slimmer body design, thinner wheels and an older appearance. Like the FCR-900, the bike comes with three different body designs:
- A streetfighter version with no frontal fairing.
- A covered version with a half frontal fairing, which only conceals the upper front half of the bike.
- A covered version with a full frontal fairing, which conceals much of the front half of the bike.
Three different exhaust pipes are also available, but all exhaust pipes are situated on the right side of the bike.
The BF-400 is likely the slowest of all sport bikes in the game, although it may attain the speed of the PCJ-600, albeit after a longer period of acceleration. Its more compact construction and lighter weight, however, allows the bike to corner better than its two other counterparts.
Prominent Appearances in Missions
- Just Business - After killing the Russians inside and outside Atrium, Carl Johnson and Big Smoke flee of them on this bike. More fifteen BF-400s will be used by Russians to chase both.
- Spawns randomly in Paradiso and Gant Bridge, both in San Fierro, but one can sometimes be found at the Santa Maria Beach, on the opposite side of the Santa Maria Beach Safehouse next to the Yacht Harbor.
- Frequently found in Los Santos and Las Venturas, especially during afternoon.
- Can be found parked in Roca Escalante.
- During the mission Just Business for Big Smoke, CJ and Smoke ride a BF-400, which in the PC and PS2 versions has a Los Santos number plate that reads "IMY AK", while in the Xbox version, it will just have a random number plate. The "IMY AK" plate can also be seen on a Cheetah when bought from the Import/Export barge in Easter Basin, San Fierro.
- The streetfighter variant of the BF-400 coincidentally shares several design cues with the Kawasaki Ninja 150RR, although the 150RR itself was introduced in late 1998, well after the events of GTA San Andreas.