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Suzuki have played around with the GSX1300R Hayabusa%X92s styling without losing the original%X92s looks and character, as a result the new Suzuki Hayabusa looks really sleek. Engine capacity had increased and so has power and torque. Handling hasn%X92t been significantly improved, more a gentle step forward however the brakes are a miles better, and about time. Watch the 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa...
The original Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa is still one seriously quick motorcycle, possessed of enormous acceleration and breathtaking top speed. True, the GSX1300R Hayabusa doesn't quite handle all that power (and weight) too brilliantly sometimes, but it remains a supremely comfortably long range missile, that always delivers a shot of raw adrenaline. Latest version is better yet.
hi all, I'm looking to change bikes this year (currently on a 12 Bandit) and I'm considering a Busa. Only thing that puts me off is what reviews say on the life expectancy of a rear tyre. I'm sure if you ride like a loon the rear boot will be canvas in 1000 miles, fair enough.But will a Busa really destroy a new tyre just nipping down the shops for a loaf of bread?
Everyone I have spoke to says Busa brakes are sh*t and I have to agree they are not the best on the market considering the weight and 'potential' speed. Someone told me that a different master cylinder would improve the braking! Is this true - anyone done this and if so which bikes master cylinder was used? Any other mods to be made to improve things? Cheers Tuningforks
been looking at a 02 reg one with a bit over 5k on the clock in my local Suzuki dealers. Seems they are selling it for a 'friend' and the price on the screen is %XA36,495. now having looked on one or two other sites and in the 'rag' I have the feeling this price is a little 'rich'. Anyone got any thoughts on this. I had a good look round the bike and it will need a new rear tyre in the not too distant........ it will want an MoT sometime next year and that tyre will not last ...
Well, went through a few sets of Avaon Azaros - they're okay and got near 4k out a rear (about 7k from a front) but I'm afraid they just limited the 'Busa too much, especially in the wet. So I've recently fitted a set of BT-014's and frankly it feels like I've got a new bike, superior grip (can now lift the back end fairly easily), superior feedback, appreciably larger lean angle, increased corner speed. If I can get over 2k out of them my quest for a perfect tyre is over...
I`m getting totally p***ed off riding on the roads, what with cameras & traffic everywhere. So I am thinking of converting the Busa to a track day only bike. Anybody done it?
After buying my 'Busa about a year and a half ago for the first time in my life I've never desired another bike. It's a fantastic feeling being on the bike you really, really want (barring lottery wins that is). However today I picked up the latest copy of MCN and frankly the picture on the front gave me wood. Well, I suppose by the time I can afford another bike there should be some of the new 'Busa's on the used market, time to start dreaming again...
My mate is looking for a starter motor and primary cog for his Busa and cant get one for love or money, he's tellin me the shortage at scrappers etc is probably cos most Busa engines are re-used to power track cars etc. Any ideas anyone?
i have one for sale. hope this is the right place tp put it. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih=010&item=200019927436&rd=1&sspagename=STRK%3AMESE%3AIT&rd=1 please see that link :)
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