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Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa (top speed 312 km/h)

Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa (top speed 312 km/h)

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, the Hayabusa is famed for cutting through the air with incredible agility and performance.

Through countless engineering refinements of the original design, the Hayabusa spirit has endured. In 2014, the model received Brembo Monobloc high-performance calipers and an Antilock Brake System. Its incomparable performance delivers a fun and sporty ride at any speed, setting the bar high for rivals and defining the "Ultimate Sport Bike." The radically original yet timeless styling also reflects the spirit of the person who owns a Hayabusa. Its sensational power, speed, smooth ride and overwhelming presence continue to fascinate owners and onlookers alike. Because the Hayabusa is, and always will be, the ultimate sport bike.

Depending on road surface conditions, such as wet, loose, or uneven roads, braking distance for an ABS-equipped vehicle may be longer than for a vehicle not equipped with ABS. ABS cannot prevent wheel skidding caused by braking while cornering. Please drive carefully and do not overly rely on ABS.

Suzuki Hayabusa Specs

engine dohc, four-valve inline-4
displacement 1340cc
bore & stroke 81.0 x 65.0mm
compression ratio 12.5:1
cooling liquid
induction efi
ignition electronic
transmission six-speed
final drive chain
rake / trail na/na
front suspension / travel inverted fork / na
rear suspension / travel single shock, link type / na
front tire 120/70zr-17
rear tire 190/50zr-17
front brake dual brembo discs
rear brake single disc
overall length 86.2 in.
overall width 28.9 in.
wheelbase 58.3 in.
seat height 31.7 in.
claimed curb weight 586 lb.
fuel capacity 5.5 gal.

Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa (top speed 312 km/h)

Reference(s).. www.suzukicycles.com

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