Suzuki Hayabusa

Suzuki Hayabusa

Posted on by Maxx Biker 1

Which better way to compare a Suzuki Hayabusa with a Kawasaki ZX14 then on a straight line? And which better place to do that then at the O’Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis?

The Hayabusa was going for a good run, but it seems that previous burnouts for worming out that rear tire worn it too much, ending up blowing. It is amazing that the rider was still conscious after such a crash and I can understand why it didn’t got up its feet.


Source: liveleak
Posted on by Maxx Biker

Everybody is aware of the fact that tuning has made it around the world, Japan being the starting point. Now, each and every year, Japanese aftermarket tuners present their own improved creations with custom paint job and louder, more powerful exhausts.

Through the years, tuners such as Yoshimura, Active, Nojima and Active have individualized themselves from the crowd and get all the recognition as being the best tuning shops back in Japan.

We have such examples in our photo gallery and it is your job to find the intruder. Good Luck!

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We’ve had the opportunity to see a couple of modified Hayabusa motorcycles and a longer swingarm or NOS system was nothing out of the ordinary, but when you get a glance of this chromed-up beauty, there’s nothing to take your eyes off it. This mirror of a motorcycle was spotted at the BMF Rally in Peterborough, UK.

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This reinforced kart has all the reasons for that extra muscle that he has put on it. Fitted with the engine behind the Hayabusa, which was the fastest production bike in the world for a whole lot of time, this small and yet outrageous piece of machinery manages to thrill both motorcycle and car racers in the same time.

Kart Hayabusa Burnout

Kart Hayabusa On-board Camera

Posted on by Maxx Biker 1
Last week I presented to you a brand new motorcycle concept which was created by a very inspired artist with a lot of imagination after countless hours in front of the computer. The entire design and idea were new to the rider’s eyes, very different of the bike that I have the pleasure to present to you today. Everybody is familiar with the Suzuki Hayabusa, but when a rider scrolls down and sees the bike’s lower half I can’t imagine him doing anything else but stop breathing. At least that’s (...)
Posted on by Anthony Kodack 1
American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC), in partnership with Lifted Research Group, better known as L-R-G, and 2Wheel Tuner magazine, today unveiled a fully customized 2008 Hayabusa sportbike at the Cycle World International Motorcycle Show (IMS) at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, Calif. Designed by L-R-G and built by Nick Anglada of Custom Sportbike Concepts (CSC) of Winter Garden, Fla., the L-R-G Hayabusa blends the panache of one of the hottest urban brands in fashion (...)
Source: Suzuki
Posted on by Anthony Kodack
The Saltzburgring circuit in Austria played host to the European launch of Suzuki’s all-new 194 BHP missile today: the GSX1300R Hayabusa. Following its public unveiling in Rome earlier this year, the Saltzburgring circuit was chosen as the location for the first press tests, due to its unusual high-speed nature, being perfect for trying Suzuki’s most powerful production machine. With a full day of testing today, press were first treated to a technical presentation from Suzuki’s (...)
Posted on by Anthony Kodack 2

Ever since the Suzuki Hayabusa was introduced, it’s had only one competitor: Itself. That’s why the new 2008 Hayabusa is so impressive - compared to the original, it’s hotter than ever. For enthusiasts, that comparison will make your heart pound.

Posted on by Anthony Kodack
I think I’ve said enough by Turbo and Hayabusa. Let’s see what this "baby" bike can do.

I think I’ve said enough by Turbo and Hayabusa. Let’s see what this "baby" bike can do.


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