Rumors Of The Next Generation Hayabusa – Will It Be Supercharged?

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Hayabusa superbike – one of the eternal values of the Suzuki brand. The bike has been produced since 1999 and obviously is not going to rest – the new ‘busa will take into account the shortcomings of the modern motorcycle and will get new advanced features.

Hyperbike Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa – long-lived in the lineup of Suzuki. A modern motorcycle, belonging to the second generation, is in production – just think – since 2008, remaining a powerful, hardcore, quite weighty bike. There is no advanced electronics in Hayabusa, and this should be considered not a drawback, but one of the features. However, ABS and the engine mode selection system S-DMS (Suzuki Drive Mode Selector) with three presets is available.

Advanced Electronics

Showing the fresh and highly progressive GSX-R1000 at the Intermot exhibition, engineers with a clear conscience switch their attention to the Hayabusa of the third generation: President of the company Toshihiro Suzuki excited the public, saying that the new motorcycle will appear at the end of next year.

From the obvious: According to the boss of Suzuki, a shell to absorb thousands of miles in one sitting will receive more sophisticated electronics. For example, a system for selecting driving modes with seven options.

Creepy Fast

It seems that the bike will lose its heaviness, and not only the visual: the weight of a modern monster, if anyone has forgotten – 586 pounds! By the way, some words about appearance. Some media reasonably believe that in the exterior there will be a place for many stylistic solutions from the arsenal of last year’s GSX concept.

This concept, as expected, anticipated the new GSX-R, but there are plenty of differences between them. And yet, speaking of the new Hayabusa, one can not help recalling the most interesting rumors, dating back to last year – then the sources reported that the prospective hyperbike will receive a supercharged engine with a power of 300 hp!

Not otherwise, the “bad influence” of Kawasaki H2R with a supercharged engine with a output of about 300 horsepower. Whatever it was, the whole truth about the novelty we learn pretty soon – the year will fly quickly.

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