The 400 N motor will give the orbit an inclination of 60 degrees. The final inclination will be 63,4 degrees.
The satellite will be most of the time over Northern America, Europe or Japan.
W3XO and WD4FAB published a set of sample keplerians in July 1993 QST:
|Argument of Perigee||220.0|
This is complete fiction of course, but you can run your tracking program to get some idea of how much coverage you will get each day. Note that the ground track and rise and set times repeat almost exactly every 48 hours.