Suzuki Hayabusa Full Restoration

The Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R, often simply referred to as the Suzuki Hayabusa or Busa for short, is a legendary sportbike produced by the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki. It's known for its high-performance capabilities, sleek design, and top-speed potential. The Hayabusa has been a flagship model in Suzuki's lineup and has a dedicated following among motorcycle enthusiasts.

The Hayabusa is powered by a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, inline-four-cylinder engine with a displacement of 1,340cc. This engine is known for its strong low-end and mid-range power, making it a potent machine for both street and track use.

The Hayabusa is famous for its incredible speed and acceleration. It was among the fastest production motorcycles in the world, capable of reaching top speeds well over 186 mph (299 km/h). Its acceleration is also impressive, thanks to its high torque output.

The Hayabusa features a distinctive and aerodynamic design aimed at reducing drag and enhancing stability at high speeds. It has a sleek, aggressive appearance with twin headlights and a distinctive tail section.

It typically comes with a twin-spar aluminum frame for a good balance of rigidity and handling. The suspension is adjustable, allowing riders to fine-tune the bike's setup according to their preferences and riding conditions.

High-performance brake systems, often with dual front discs and a single rear disc, provide ample stopping power. The Hayabusa is equipped with various electronic aids, including multiple riding modes, traction control, and ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), to improve rider control and safety.

It usually features a six-speed manual transmission for precise gear changes. In recent versions, Suzuki has also offered a quick-shifter for seamless gear shifts. The exhaust system is designed to optimize engine performance while also producing a distinctive exhaust note.

If you want to see the restoration of this legendary bike, scroll down and watch today's video till the end! Let us know what you think of it in the comments. Enjoy watching!