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2013 Suzuki New Hayabusa ABS

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The new Suzuki Hayabusa is one of the fastest motorcycles from the streets and it offers a perfect combination of speed and maneuverability.

The motorcycle is propelled by a 1340 cc, 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, liquid cooled, DOHC engine which rewards you with a maximum power of145.00kW (194 hp) at 9500rpm and 155 Nm of torque at 7200 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a six speed constant mesh transmission with slipper clutch.

The stopping power is handled by a Brembo Monobloc high-performance calipers and an Antilock Brake System.

The ride quality is kept in leash by fully adjustable KYB inverted front forks which Diamond Like Coating surface treatment on the fork tubes. At the rear there is a link type coil spring suspension.

The Suzuki New Hayabusa ABS can be yours for no less than €13.653.

Hit the jump for more information on the Suzuki New Hayabusa ABS.

Overview

Suzuki New Hayabusa ABS

Previewed at the 2012 Motorcycle Live show to gauge the public’s reaction, this special colour-way was received with such enthusiasm we are bringing a limited number to the UK. If you would like to get your hands on one you will need to contact your local Suzuki Dealer quickly as these will not stay in the showrooms for long.

More than a decade ago, Suzuki developed a machine so unique that it instantly attracted a devoted following around the world. Like its namesake, the Japanese peregrine falcon, Hayabusa is famed for cutting through the air with incredible agility and performance. It combines massive thrust, unmatched maneuverability, and a silky smooth ride on city streets or the open road. Beneath its windswept design beats the legendary Suzuki Hayabusa engine. The resonating feel of pure power evokes an attitude of bold authority from both machine and rider.

Through countless engineering refinements of the original design, the Hayabusa spirit has endured. Its incomparable performance delivers a fun and sporty ride at any speed, setting the bar high for rivals and defining the “Ultima Ultima te Sport Bike.” The radically original yet timeless styling also reflects the spirit of the person who owns a Hayabusa.

Suzuki engineered the Hayabusa to perform like a heavyweight boxer—muscular yet surprisingly agile. While riders rarely need to call on its full punch off the line, the overabundant power and fleet-footed performance inspire confidence in everyday riding. That restrained yet refined energy is the presence that turns heads when a Hayabusa and rider pass.

Hayabusa is equally at home on the highway or city streets. The low center of gravity that lets it conquer winding roads also makes Hayabusa a nimble urban predator.

Plus, the Hayabusa’s high-quality finish and attention to detail betray unequalled pride of craftsmanship that will become your pride of ownership. The bold design also gives it a unique aura and formidable presence not found in other bikes.

The 2013 model comes newly equipped with Brembo Monobloc high-performance calipers and an Antilock Brake System. These features are sure to appeal to lone riders cruising the highway as well as touring couples.

The Hayabusa design perfectly merges motorcycle and rider. Carefully sculpted bodywork tames the wind to maximize the more-than-ample power of the Hayabusa engine. Extensive wind tunnel testing with a rider onboard helped to find the ultimate shape for high-speed riding. The radical aerodynamic styling and smoother bodywork not only gives the Hayabusa its unique look but also protects the rider from the wind and improves fuel efficiency.

2014 Suzuki New Hayabusa ABS Key Features:

Brembo Monobloc Front Brake Calipers:

Lighter and more rigid than conventional bolt-together calipers. The new braking system also boasts larger pistons for more powerful and consistent braking with increased initial bite and better rider feedback. Reduced unsprung weight also provides even better suspension performance.

Lightweight, High-performance ABS:

Digital ABS compares wheel speed to road speed every 1/100th of a second to match stopping power to available traction.

Muscular 4-Cylinder Engine:

A powerful 1,340cc engine provides a broad wave of really strong torque and top end power creating a phenomenal power-to-weight ratio.

Slipper Clutch:

Improves rear tyre grip and stability when approaching bends, by reducing the pressure on the clutch pack under hard deceleration.

Suzuki Clutch Assist:

Compresses the clutch pack under hard acceleration to eliminate clutch slip without the use of stronger clutch springs, allowing a lighter pull on the clutch lever.

KYB Inverted Front Forks:

Fully adjustable, the front forks feature a special Diamond Like Coating surface treatment on the fork tubes for reduced stiction, allowing them to react quicker to the road surface for better grip and rider feedback.

Slice Through The Wind:

Extensive wind tunnel testing perfectly merges motorcycle and rider to find the
ultimate shape for high-speed riding to maximize the power of the legendary engine. Gives the Hayabusa its unique look, protects the rider from the wind and improves acceleration, stability and fuel efficiency.

Suzuki Drive Mode Selector:

Three separate performance settings give instant control over the power delivery to suit different sections of the road or track.

Specifications

Engine:4-stroke, 4-cylinder, liquid cooled, DOHC
Displacement:1340cc
Bore x Stroke:81.0mm x 65.0mm
Compression ratio:12.5:1
Ignition:Electronic ignition (Transisorised)
Transmission:6-speed constant mesh
Drive:Chain
Power:145.00kW @ 9500rpm (194.00hp)
Torque:155.00N.m @ 7200rpm (114.00lb.ft)
Front suspension:Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
Rear suspension:Link type, coil spring, oil damped
Front brakes:Disc, twin
Rear brakes:Disc
Front tyres:120/70ZR17M/C (58W), tubeless
Rear tyres:190/50ZR17M/C (73W), tubeless
Overall length:2190mm (86.2in)
Overall width:735mm (28.9in)
Overall height:1165mm (45.9in)
Wheelbase:1480mm (58.3in)
Seat height:805mm (31.7in)
Fuel capacity:21.0litres (4.6 UK gallons)
Color:Yellow
Price:€13.653

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