Enjoying the new (old) GSXF 400 I bought a week or so ago. It has enough extra get-up-and-go over the Spada that it puts a smile on my face, and the full fairing and extra physical size make pillioning the Mrs a pleasure. Three minor maintenance/repair issues I want to attend to (not bad on a bike this age): 1. The noise I mentioned in this forum before. I'm fairly sure it's vibration of the bottom of the radiator, so when I get a little time I might try sliding some cut bits of garden hose or other rubber between the relevant pieces of metal to see whether I can cure it (I'll try to post pics of the problem and solution in this thread). 2. The clutch lever seems as though it's been bent downward (the bike had been dropped on that side and repaired so it's not so surprising). It feels awkward, and rotating the whole lever and holder assembly upward on the clipon doesn't help much. The problem is that the pull on the clutch lever is not toward the handlebar but toward a point below it. This makes holding it in for any time at lights tough on the fingers. I'm hoping it's just a matter of replacing the lever, rather than something bent in what it bolts to. 3. The front brakes feel 'grabby'. I'm not completely sure whether this is due to brake or suspension issues or to a combination of both. Light pressure will yield some braking, but giving it a little more makes the lever 'leap' in toward the bars and the front dive. It feels a little as though the lever itself is catching, but that's not what's going on. Pads look good, but I do wonder whether a complete drain of brake fluid, replacement and bleed might fix it. Does this sound like how old brake fluid would behave?