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2016 - 2018 Suzuki Hayabusa

2016 - 2018 Suzuki Hayabusa
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  • Suzuki Hayabusa
  • Year:
    2016- 2018
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  • Engine:
    inline-4
  • Displacement:
    1340 cc
  • Top Speed:
    186 mph
  • Price:
    14699
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It’ll Scare The Crap Out Of Someone Who Loves You

It’s a Hayabusa. Is there really anything more to be said? It’s Suzuki’s Gixxer 1,340 cc monster speed machine back again for 2018. The ’Busa is one of the biggest sportbikes out there, so yeah, big and heavy; you don’t want to go slow very long. Once at speed, the bike is in its element. Stupidfast. Look it up in the dictionary and you’ll find a picture of a Hayabusa.

(Continue reading for my review of the Suzuki Hayabusa.}

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2016 - 2018 Suzuki Hayabusa

2016 - 2018 Suzuki Hayabusa

It’ll Scare The Crap Out Of Someone Who Loves You

It’s a Hayabusa. Is there really anything more to be said? It’s Suzuki’s Gixxer 1,340 cc monster speed machine back again for 2018. The ’Busa is one of the biggest sportbikes out there, so yeah, big and heavy; you don’t want to go slow very long. Once at speed, the bike is in its element. Stupidfast. Look it up in the dictionary and you’ll find a picture of a Hayabusa.

(Continue reading for my review of the Suzuki Hayabusa.}

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Video: Joey Gladstone Hits 217 MPH On A Wheelie Bar-Less Suzuki Hayabusa

Video: Joey Gladstone Hits 217 MPH On A Wheelie Bar-Less Suzuki Hayabusa

Professional motorcycle rider Joey Gladstone is no stranger to running demented motorcycles in a drag strip. That’s where he made his name and quite frankly, he’s become well-known for it. Recently, Gladstone showcased his motorcycle drag racing prowess at the Maryland International Raceway where he successfully rode the fastest “no wheelie bar” bike to a quarter-mile time of just 6.56 with a top speed of 217 mph.

This video showcases Gladstone’s incredible run, which was largely made possible by this heavily modified Suzuki Hayabusa that shot to that top speed without the benefit of wheelie bars installed on the back of the bike. That’s an incredible achievement, especially when you consider that hitting a top speed of 217 mph is normally reserved for modified street cars. Even in the case of motorcycles, covering that much ground so quickly usually comes with the help of the aforementioned wheelie bars instead of the more traditional drag swingarm that Gladstone’s Hayabusa had.

Any which way you want to slice it, Joey Gladstone once again showed us that when it comes to pealing off a piece of a drag strip with insane runs like this, there aren’t a lot of riders who can do it quite like him.

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Video: Suzuki Hayabusa vs Ferrari 458 Italia

Video: Suzuki Hayabusa vs Ferrari 458 Italia

There aren’t a lot of cars today that can match wits with a Ferrari 458 Italia. The same can be said for motorcycles, but if there’s one super bike that can hold its own against Maranello’s finest, the Suzuki Hayabusa is one of them.

The Hayabusa was at one point considered the fastest motorcycle in the world, capable of hitting a top speed of 190 mph. That number is not too far off of the 458’s own top speed of around 200 mph.

If you needed any more proof that the Hayabusa has the wheels to match up against the 458 Italia, this video posted by GTBoard will have all your answers. The video itself is pretty dated, but who cares! It’s a Ferrari 458 taking on a Suzuki Hayabusa!

That’s the kind of cross-world match-up that will get auto and bike enthusiasts lining up just to witness. The Hayabusa may have won this particular showdown, but the real winners here are those who were able to see the two machines go head-to-head.

Now, can somebody do this again in a more modern setting? We all deserve as much, right?

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2013 Suzuki New Hayabusa ABS

2013 Suzuki New Hayabusa ABS

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.

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2014 Suzuki Hayabusa 50th Anniversary Edition

2014 Suzuki Hayabusa 50th Anniversary Edition

For many riders, the Suzuki Hayabusa represents the epitome of sport motorcycles. And there is no wonder why, as it offers a pretty impressive package that includes a super strong engine, top notch suspensions and a comprehensive list of high end technologies that are all working together for a single purpose: mindblowing speeds.

To spice things up even more, Suzuki unveiled a limited edition of its epic motorcycle at the inaugural American International Motorcycle Expo in Orlando, Florida. The new GSX1300R Hayabusa 50th Anniversary Edition was created to celebrate Suzuki’s five decades in the U.S. market.

The special edition can be easily recognized after its Candy Daring Red/Glass Sparkle Black paint job and the red-striped black wheels.

The GSX1300R Hayabusa 50th Anniversary Edition is propelled by a 1340cc in-line 4-cylinder fuel injected, DOHC liquid-cooled engine with 16-valves and Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers (TSCC) that cranks out a maximum power of 173 horsepower and 104 pound-feet of peak torque. This power is more than enough to propel you to 60 mph in only 2.5 seconds. The maximum speed is rated at 186 mph.

Hit the jump for more information on the GSX1300R Hayabusa 50th Anniversary Edition.

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2014 Suzuki Hayabusa

2014 Suzuki Hayabusa

Despite the fact that it has a relatively young age, the Suzuki Hayabusa has quickly managed to gain the icon status among super sport motorcycle lovers.

Its faultless built quality, the superb maneuverability, but also its untamed character make it one of the most savage motorcycles that the world has to offer.

The 2014 model year continues to impress us and it promises to deliver the same amount of thrills as its predecessors.

The 2014 Suzuki Hayabusa continues to be offered with the same old but ultra potent 1340cc in-line 4-cylinder fuel injected, DOHC, liquid-cooled engine with 16-valves and Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers (TSCC). The engine sends its power to the rear wheel via a 6-speed, constant mesh transmission that features oil spray to the 4th, 5th, and 6th gears to reduce wear and mechanical noise during high speed riding.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2014 Suzuki Hayabusa.

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1240 Hayabusa NOS by FCR

1240 Hayabusa NOS by FCR

The Suzuki Hayabusa is a sporty machine especially created for speed-hungry riders. Its standard specs are impressive and once you’ll unleash it on the track it will instantly prove you that is one of the fastest commercially-available bikes from today’s market.

However, it seems like its aggressive character didn’t impress the guys from FCR, which decided that this Japanese monster needs some extra power.

Therefore, they’ve decided to add a NOS boost to the bike which raises the Hayabusa’s acceleration to mind blowing speeds.

Their new creation is named the 1240 Hayabusa NOS and apart from the NOS boost system it also comes with completely new bodywork and a few technical tweaks.

In terms of style, the motorcycle comes with a more aggressive fairing and its paint scheme is dominated by a mate black color which is combined with a few dark red accents. The motorcycle’s unique look is further enhanced by a set of stylish red chrome Mirra rims.

To be able to resist to the extra boost of power, the stock Hayabusa needed a whole new rear. So, the entire rear including the subframe and rear cowl was redeveloped in-house by FCR. The NOS boost’s steel tank was also custom made to fit the Hayabusa.
The guys from FCR have finished the jump by throwing a high-performance trumpet-style Muzzy exhaust into the mix.

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2013 Suzuki Hayabusa Limited Edition

2013 Suzuki Hayabusa Limited Edition

There is no secret that the Suzuki Hayabusa is one of the most capable sport bikes from the planet. Now, the motorcycle is also available in a Limited Edition which is offered in a fresh black and yellow paint job (Marble Daytona Yellow / Glass Sparkle Black).

The 2013 Hayabusa Limited Edition is fitted with lighter and more rigid than conventional bolt-together radial mount Brembo Monobloc front calipers. You also get standard ABS which features a lightweight and compact design.

The bike is propelled by the same 1340cc in-line 4-cylinder fuel injected, DOHC liquid-cooled engine with 16-valves and Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers (TSCC). Needless to say that the engine rewards you with a sharp acceleration and a broad torque band. Hayabusa’s engine is combined with Idle Speed Control (ISC) system and an optimized 6-speed transmission which features oil spray to the 4th, 5th, and 6th gears for increased smoothness at high speeds.

Hit the jump for more information on the Suzuki Hayabusa Limited Edition.

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2013 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R

2013 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R

The Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R is the fastest bike available on sale today. This makes it a pretty unique beast than can be held in leash only by the best riders. So there is no wonder why, the motorcycle is considered the queen of sports bikes rewarding its rider with groundbreaking performances, a sporty handling and a tasty design language.

The motorcycle’s core is a booming 1340 cc in line 4 cylinder fuel injected engine with 16-valves and Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers (TSCC). The engine features Suzuki’s SDTV (Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve) fuel injection system with dual 12-hole, fine-spray injectors per cylinder and a ram air intake with large volume air box. The engine’s power is kept under control by a similarly capable six-speed transmission.

The motorcycle is built on a light yet rigid twin-spar aluminum frame. The stiff frame is combined with a set of sporty suspensions which consist of a fully adjustable inverted front fork and a rear Link type, coil spring, oil damped suspension.

Hit the jump for more information on the Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R.

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2012 Suzuki Hayabusa

2012 Suzuki Hayabusa

Ah yes, the Suzuki Hayabusa. Quite simply, this bike is definitely not for everyone. Considered the fastest and most powerful production sport bike on the market, the Hayabusa is reserved for only those that know what they’re doing riding on one. It’s superiority over everything else that makes it the pinnacle of all sports bikes, blending unparalleled performance with a stylish and sexy bodywork.

Few bikes can go stride for stride with the Hayabusa, especially when you consider that the bike is powered by a 1,340cc in-line 4-cylinder fuel injected, DOHC liquid-cooled engine with 16-valves and Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers (TSCC), providing staggering power and uncompromising anger over anything that dares to cross its path. The Hayabusa’s engine is fed through Suzuki’s own SDTV (Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve) fuel injection system with dual 12-hole, fine-spray injectors per cylinder and a ram air intake with large volume air box. Likewise, the engine is mated to a six-speed transmission that features oil spray to the 4th, 5th, and 6th gears, reducing wear and mechanical noise whenever you take it out for a spine-tingling spin.

As far as the bike’s handling is concerned, the Hayabusa was designed to be as tough as it is powerful. A lightweight and rigid twin-spar aluminum frame serves as the bike’s chassis, minimizing the overall weight while also maintaining high torsional strength. A fully adjustable inverted front fork features DLC (Diamond-Like Coating) coated inner tubes whereas the front suspension offers minimal friction resistance and provides outstanding suspension performance over a variety of riding conditions. There’s also a bridged aluminum alloy swing arm that features a cross-sectional shape for increased rigidity while also improving the rear tire grip and increased engine output.

Suffice to say, the Suzuki Hayabusa is the conversation-ender in the world of sports bikes. Owning one equates to "owning" everybody else.

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Video: Underground Racing's Lamborghini Gallardo takes on Shamrock Racing's Suzuki Hayabusa

Video: Underground Racing’s Lamborghini Gallardo takes on Shamrock Racing’s Suzuki Hayabusa

Depending on where your allegiances lie, the Underground Racing-tuned Lamborghini Gallardo TT can be described as the Suzuki Hayabusa of the auto tuning world and vice versa.

But if you’re looking for something obscenely fast, can you really go wrong picking one over the other?

The short and simple answer is no. So to illustrate just how incredibly powerful these two machines are, the folks from Underground Racing and the people behind the tuned Hayabusa - Shamrock Racing - met up to see of these beasts has bigger claws.

The video appears to be a teaser of a more elaborate production between the two tuning firms. But seeing as we’re getting a pretty good glimpse at what lies ahead, its pretty safe to say that we’re going to have high expectations as to how this race turns out.

Check out the video to see Underground Racing’s 1,550-horsepower Lamborghini Gallardo TT go head-to-head against Shamrock Racing’s 450-horsepower Suzuki Hayabusa.

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Suzuki Hayabusa J.Lo-Pepsi Edition

Suzuki Hayabusa J.Lo-Pepsi Edition

Want to buy a Suzuki Hayabusa that probably still has the ass print of one Jennifer Lopez? Yeah, we thought so.

This special edition supersports bike was ridden by J.Lo during the filming of a Pepsi commercial featuring her and an equally bootylicious Beyonce. We’d love to have both in our garage, but we’ll settle for one of them.

If you’re interested in the limited edition Pepsi Hayabusa with a special paint finish, an LED lighting underbody, and just 100 miles tacked on its meter, it is now for sale. Sure, the commercial was filmed back in 2004 and the Hayabusa has sat idly still since then, but it’s still a Hayabusa - a special edition at that - and a lot of those 100 miles come courtesy of the recently single Jennifer Lopez. For the record, the version used by Beyonce during the commercial was already sold at a private auction sometime back and went for a tidy five-digit sum.

We don’t know about you, but paying £19,995 - $32,500 - for the chance to own probably one of the most desirable bikes on the planet is a chance that’s too good to pass up.

The only thing we need to worry about now is finding that kind of money to spend.

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2011 Suzuki Hayabusa

2011 Suzuki Hayabusa

With performance credentials that have established it as the hottest sportbike on the planet, the Suzuki Hayabusa is designed for the serious sport rider who will settle for nothing less than the best. Its combination of unsurpassed power, crisp handling and superb aerodynamics creates the ultimate sportbike. You could say that the 2011 Hayabusa is so intense, that it’s in a class of its own. For 2011 Hayabusa will get new colors and graphics (Pearl Mirage White with gold trim and Pearl Nebular Black with red trim).

The 2011 Suzuki Hayabusa is powered by a 1340cc, in-line, DOHC liquid-cooled engine with 16-valves engine and gets a a large volume 4-2-1-2 exhaust system with a large capacity catalyzer, dual triangular canisters and closed loop system. The Hayabusa comes with an optimized 6-speed transmission. Oil spray to the 4th, 5th and 6th gears reduce wear and mechanical noise during highway cruising.

UPDATE 09/12/2011: Depending on where your allegiances lie, the Underground Racing-tuned Lamborghini Gallardo TT can be described as the Suzuki Hayabusa of the auto tuning world and vice versa. But if you’re looking for something obscenely fast, can you really go wrong picking one over the other?

The short and simple answer is no. So to illustrate just how incredibly powerful these two machines are, the folks from Underground Racing and the people behind the tuned Hayabusa - Shamrock Racing - met up to see of these beasts has bigger claws. Check out the video after the jump to see two mind-blowing machines in action!

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2010 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R

2010 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R

The amazingly powerful and long haul comfortable Suzuki Hayabusa is now presented as a 2010 model and gets stylish new color schemes to mark the pass. The black one with orange graphics is the most easily distinguishable, but riders end up in the Hayabusa’s seat because of the whole other bunch of advantages that come with a bike closely priced to the GSX-R 1000. Now addressing to those who can’t decide between the Gixxer and the Hayabusa-derived B-King, the future Hayabusa rider is just an easy target.

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Officially official: Leslie Porterfield is world's fastest woman on a motorcycle

Officially official: Leslie Porterfield is world’s fastest woman on a motorcycle

Meet motorcycle enthusiast Leslie Porterfield. She was recently confirmed by the Guinness World Records book as being the world’s fastest woman on a motorcycle. Although she established the 232.522mph record in the 2008 BUB Speed Trials at the Bonneville Salt Flats, she has only now been officially declared the fastest woman to ever go beyond the 232mph pass.

Porterfield, who also owns a motorcycle dealership – High Five Cycles – in Dallas, Texas said: “I couldn’t believe it when they called. It’s takes awhile after filing the paper work with the FIM (International Federation of Motorcycling) to get the record certificate, and then with Guinness – this has been going on for awhile and when they called I was just thrilled.”

The American woman achieved the speed record on a 2002 2000cc Turbo-charged Suzuki Hayabusa and the achievement comes to raise the 229.361mph stake set in 1978 by motocross rider and stuntwoman, Marcia Holley with a single engine streamliner motorcycle.

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King Kong Hayabusa by Pitstop Motorsport

King Kong Hayabusa by Pitstop Motorsport

Since we’ve seen the Predator Hayabusa last week, we got more interested about Pitstop Motorsport’s past projects and came to see that the shop has made a tradition from creating scary as hell Hayabusa bikes. This here for instance is the King Kong Hayabusa, a standard bike underneath and a monster outside.

The King Kong paintjob with New York in the background is simply more than we can take, but when this bike is moving, it has New York with it on the tail unit, which is a nice touch as well. The only problem is that we can’t spot the beauty anywhere near, but we can only guess it is a matter of time until we do.

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Predator Hayabusa – give it gas or it will eat you alive!

Predator Hayabusa – give it gas or it will eat you alive!

Predator, the famous alien with a taste for people, has inspired New Jersey custom builder Pitstop Motorsport to create a corresponsive two-wheeled version, which will surely frighten anyone seeing it in the rear view mirror.

Essentially a 2007 Suzuki Hayabusa, the bike is technically unchanged while the bodywork modifications are more than obvious and always gather a crowd around the Predator Hayabusa. Now this is something that owner Roderick “Slick Rick” McCullough found out from the very first ride as it got two tickets because onlookers held up traffic.

We can’t imagine how scary this visually modified Suzuki Hayabusa looks at over 190 mph, but can’t really confess we’re that eager to find out, so it is better the video attached after the jump shows the scariest Predator bike standing still. See it after the break.

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eBay find of the day: 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa Reverse Trike

eBay find of the day: 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa Reverse Trike

Suzuki never saw the Hayabusa as a trike, but this doesn’t stop others to customize it in the way they think it will suit them best. This Hayabusa reverse trike was spotted on eBay, where it is posted with a $34,999 asking price.

The biggest disadvantage that the TT-Busa, as it is called, has over the stock bike is the fact that it doesn’t appear to lean. The extra wheel does make it a little bit safer, but gets rid of the Hayabusa fun factor and that’s no advantage. This thing is meant to catch the attention of people as it rolls down the streets with its two custom built front wheels and extended swingarm with 300 rear tire.

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Rockstar Hayabusa deviates from the patterns

Rockstar Hayabusa deviates from the patterns

Gregg’s Customs and Jon Reed of Sport Chrome have modified this unique Suzuki Hayabusa to resemble its smaller GSX-R siblings by mounting a completely new tail section on a subframe made in-house. The custom unit will become available from Gregg’s Customs in the future and will allow owners to enhance the sporty looks of their high performance bikes.

Named the Rockstar Hayabusa, this custom doesn’t feature turbos, nitrous and not even chrome (like most custom Hayabusas do), showing how the customization process should be based on originality and resourcefulness, not necessarily on fitting a Busa with the most expensive performance parts and simply chrome the bodywork instead of going for an immediately recognizable paintjob. Way to go on this one!

The bike is currently for sale on eBay, so if you have the same opinion about it as us + financial resources ($10,100), it might just be the one for you.

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Fully chromed Suzuki Hayabusa

Fully chromed Suzuki Hayabusa

For some people, the color schemes available for the Suzuki Hayabusa are simply not shiny enough and, as a result, we end up seeing more and more such fully chromed motorcycles. This one was spotted at the Daytona Bike Week.

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World's fastest woman: Trillium Muir

World’s fastest woman: Trillium Muir

Lady Canadian rider, Trillium Muir, proudly holds “The World’s Fastest Woman on a Motorcycle” title after obtaining an ECTA-certified 239.36 mph (382.98 km/h) on her Hayabusa motorcycle at Maxton.

The twenty-eight years old record holder is based in Sudbury, Ontario

and it has been riding for only four years. Still, it beat the 234.197mph (374.72km/h) world speed record previously achieved by Leslie Porterfield at the BUB Motorcycle Speed Trials in the US.

As Trillium states for FasterandFaster, she got into motorcycle land speed racing after watching such an event at Maxton NC in September 2006. Soon after that, she became the first woman ever to hit 200 mph.

Achieving such a performance implies knowing your bike, doing mechanical work and even wiring is nothing out of the ordinary for the current record holder as she states: “I rode our 2003 Suzuki Hayabusa that has a GT35R turbo from RCC turbos. The bike is also fitted with an Aims data logger, JE Pistons, Crower rods, MTC lock-up clutch, Elka shock, custom-built swingarm, RCC back cut transmission and much more. The motor and the turbocharger were built by RCC. I do most of our clutch work and have the patience for wiring. Anything that needs to be done, I can do it, and have.”

Find more about the fastest woman in the world by reading FasterandFaster’s interview or, better yet, go straight to the source: trilliummuir.com.

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The fastest women in the world on a motorcycle

The fastest women in the world on a motorcycle

Drag racing is the way to go if you plan on becoming the fastest female motorcycle rider on Earth and it seems that Jennifer Robertson has got that right. Growing up in a family that is passionate about racing, Jennifer inherited the passion for motorcycles from his father and started to rider since it was six years old.

Currently, she is riding a Turbo Hayabusa and attempts to hit 223mph – the record for the fastest women on a motorcycle – and claims “…we just got to get the bike to work. I can do it”. Well, that’s the spirit!

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White paint schemes to dress 2009 Suzuki super sport models

White paint schemes to dress 2009 Suzuki super sport models

Suzuki lines up to the tendencies for 2009 and ads white on the list of colors for the GSX-R 600, GSX-R 750 and the Hayabusa. As you may have noticed, these are the bikes that don’t feature any updates, the 2009 GSX-R 1000 being excluded.

The new color schemes and graphics are among the most appropriate for these models so far, leaving no questions to be asked related to technical evolution.

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The fastest motorcycle crash in history

The fastest motorcycle crash in history

Last month at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, Jason McVicar of Vancouver experienced a crash from the Suzuki Hayabusa 1300 as he was establishing the speed record for the fastest production motorcycle ever: 391 km/h.

What makes the story even more amazing is the fast that it survived the crush without serious injury. We can’t say the same thing about its bike though as it was bended, disintegrated and burned as a result of the amazingly fast accident.

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Supreme comparison goes wrong: Hayabusa vs ZX14

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.

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Suzuki bikes ruled at the aintree motorcycle sprint this year

Suzuki bikes ruled at the aintree motorcycle sprint this year

With the Hayabusa, Suzuki is a recognized sprint leader, but the Gixer 1000 doesn’t stay behind for long. Yet another occasion to prove that was the 2008 aintree motorcycle sprint, from where we’ve managed to obtain this video. Check it out!

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Radical tuning applied on 2008 Hayabusas

Radical tuning applied on 2008 Hayabusas

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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Fully Chromed Hayabusa

Fully Chromed Hayabusa

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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2006 HayabusaTM 1300R Limited Limited Edition

2006 HayabusaTM 1300R Limited Limited Edition

2006 HayabusaTM 1300R Limited Limited Edition includes: White/Silver finish and Limited Edition emblem. As they say, it ain’t bragging if it’s true. So when we claim that the Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R is the fastest production bike on the planet, we’re merely stating the facts. It is, pure and simple, an engineering masterpiece that turns advanced technology and aerodynamic design into unmatched performance. But that’s not all, in addition to the incredible performance you get from the (...)

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Videos Starring a Hayabusa engine fitted on a go cart!

Videos Starring a Hayabusa engine fitted on a go cart!

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.

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One outrageous ride

One outrageous ride

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 (...)

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Suzuki debuts custom L-R-G Hayabusa

Suzuki debuts custom L-R-G Hayabusa

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 (...)

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2008 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa: European launch

2008 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa: European launch

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 European (...)

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2008 Suzuki Hayabusa

2008 Suzuki Hayabusa

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.

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Suzuki Turbo Hayabusa

Suzuki Turbo Hayabusa

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

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2007 Suzuki Hayabusa 1300

2007 Suzuki Hayabusa 1300

The 2007 Hayabusa GSX1300R. Experience its performance and you’ll know why it’s known as the ultimate sport machine.

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2006 Suzuki Hayabusa 1300

2006 Suzuki Hayabusa 1300

As they say, it ain’t bragging if it’s true. So when we claim that the Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R is the fastest production bike on the planet, we’re merely stating the facts. It is, pure and simple, an engineering masterpiece that turns advanced technology and aerodynamic design into unmatched performance. But that’s not all, in addition to the incredible performance you get from the Hayabusa, you also get an extra large serving of style. The sleek, long, low look of the Hayabusa is unique in the motorcycling world and is sure to turn heads wherever you choose to ride.

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Suzuki Hayabusa 1300 Limited

Suzuki Hayabusa 1300 Limited

As they say, it ain’t bragging if it’s true. So when we claim that the Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R is the fastest production bike on the planet, we’re merely stating the facts. It is, pure and simple, an engineering masterpiece that turns advanced technology and aerodynamic design into unmatched performance. But that’s not all, in addition to the incredible performance you get from the Hayabusa, you also get an extra large serving of style. The sleek, long, low look of the Hayabusa is unique in the motorcycling world and is sure to turn heads wherever you choose to ride.

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