Sunday, May 22, 2011
Modif Suzuki Hayabusa
Also called GSX1300R, 'Busa
Production 1999 -
Class Hyper sport
Top speed 1999 188-194 mph (303-312 km / h)
2000 - 186 mph (299 km / h)
Related Suzuki B-King
Suzuki Hayabusa (or GSX1300R) is a hyper sport motorcycle made by Suzuki since 1999. Soon won acclaim as the world's fastest production motorcycle, with a top speed of 188-194 mph (303-312 km / h).
隼 Hayabusa is Japanese for Peregrine Falcon, a bird that often serves as a metaphor for speed as a vertical diving hunting, or bow, the speed of 180-240 mph (290-390 km / h), the fastest of any bird. In Specifically, the name choice was made because of the fact that prey on bird hunter black eagle, which reflects the original intent to shift the Hayabusa Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird as the world's fastest production motorcycle. In the end, Hayabusa succeeded to surpass the Super Blackbird by at least a full 10 miles per hour (16 km / h).
In 2000, the fear of backlash European regulation or prohibition of imports led to informal agreements between Japanese and European manufacturers to adjust their motor speed at an arbitrary boundary. Therefore, the model year 2000 and later Hayabusas, as well as their competition, which is electronically limited to 300 kilometers per hour (186 mph).
The media reported the deal values the speed in miles per hour in a consistent 186 mph, while in miles per hour it varies 299-303 km / h, which is typical given unit conversion rounding error. This number can also be affected by a number of external factors, as can the figures for horsepower and torque.
The conditions under which this limitation was adopted led to Hayabusa title to remain, at least technically, irrefutable, since no subsequent models can go much faster without being destroyed. Thus, after the much anticipated Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R in 2000 fell 4 mph (6 km / h) short claim the title for being speed-limited, the Hayabusa secure his place as the fastest standard production bike century 20.Hal provides 190 - mph restricted model with even more 1999 stamp collectors.
Besides speed, the Hayabusa has been praised by many reviewers for all-around performance, in the sense that it does not drastically compromise other qualities such as handling, comfort, reliability, noise, fuel economy or price in the pursuit of a single function. Jay Koblenz of Motorcycle Consumer News commented, "If you think a motorcycle ability to approach or reach 190 mph quarter-mile in less than 10 seconds at best reckless and at worst offensive, it still remains a motorcycle is only worth considering. The Hayabusa is the speed in all its glory. But speed is not all this Hayabusa. "
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