The Suzuki Hayabusa, seriously fast in an audacious display of corporate one-upmanship. Suzuki named their new hyperbike the Hayabusa, Japanese for a peregrine falcon, the fastest bird on the planet. Back in the real world, the pre 1999 Suzuki Hayabusa models weren't and with a favorable wind and a runway will indicate over 320km/h.
Speed superlatives aplenty, but handles too. The Suzuki Hayabusa trounces the rest in the irrelevant kilometer war.
For what do we need to look if we want to go out buying a used Suzuki Hayabusa. Uneven tick over on pre 2001 Suzuki Hayabusa models could be down to a blocked fuel filter. Early machines came with a extra set of filters at the back of each injector. They look like black plastic washers and clog too easy.Suzuki dropped them from later bikes and you won't cause any problems by taking them out. Colossal torque eats clutches; uprated replacements are around 12,000 Baht. Spark plugs should be changed every 5000 kilometers. The first, full power version is the one collectors favor, but post 2000 Suzuki Hayabusa models have handy improvements.
The post-2000 Suzuki Hayabusa is restricted to 300km/h. Fitting a TRE (Timing Retard Eliminator) will get round it. This electronic box of tricks can be fitted in minutes.