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Suzuki B-King Final Prototype

Suzuki Hayabusa

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A little history

There has a time when a 750cc could be considered large and But as the Nineties dawned, announcing a of huge proportions for the title of the production motorcycle in the world, the big of yesterday would soon be by the modern giants.

By the late the record stood in the hands of which CBR1100XX Super could reach an astonishing 290 “It’s not your father’s to paraphrase a famous automotive That was at this moment Suzuki entered the fray.

Admittedly, its GSX1300R wasn’t, in the stages of its development, intended to set a record. But from the moment it was to adopt a 1300cc inline-four the largest block ever to a sport motorcycle, the company’s felt the title could be at

The new bike was introduced in 1999 the name Hayabusa ( “peregrine ) – incidentally, this has already the name of Japan’s most fighter aircraft of World War the Nakajima Ki-43. With as as 173 bhp, a rather light and a very sleek design, the Hayabusa broke the symbolic 300 kph and, setting a 312 kph mark, its competitors.

In spite of being a remarkable the Hayabusa caused controversy. of all, the public was split its peculiar look. Keyword its development had been efficiency, not As it turned out, the Hayabusa the way most subsequent motorcycles look like. More was the stir created by the escalating between manufacturers to produce the production motorcycle.

Could it be really wise to let machines roaming on open Anticipating a negative reaction the authorities of several countries, and even a ban on such “hyper-sport” the various companies involved to declare a ceasefire and limit the top of their machines to “only” 300 The Hayabusa respected the terms of agreement from model 2001, and was produced as such the end of 2007, without much

For model year 2008, launched a new Hayabusa, which is more of an evolution of its predecessor. The appearance of the first generation was by much better accepted, so the GSX1300R kept a similar though being entirely on the outside. On the mechanical side, the engine was retained, albeit in a reworked form displacing and capable of a claimed 197 bhp.

obviously had no impact on top speed, but acceleration and other performances. The new was complemented by a new “… bike” around the 1340cc engine, the Production of these two models at time of writing.

About the model

Suzuki B-King Final Prototype

Model: GSX1300R-X Hayabusa


Maker: Maisto


Distributed by: Maisto

Acquired: hand with neither nor box, in December 2011, in France

Excellent model a very wide range of motorcycles offered at quite a low by Maisto. This GSX1300R an elegant copper-silver paint flanked by the traditional “Hayabusa” My rating is 14/20.

Suzuki B-King Final Prototype
Suzuki B-King Final Prototype
Suzuki B-King Final Prototype
Suzuki B-King Final Prototype
Suzuki B-King Final Prototype

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