2008 Suzuki Hayabusa and B-King — Motorcycle USA

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Suzuki B-King

2008 Suzuki Hayabusa and

The 2008 Suzuki GSX1300R is badder than ever as Suzuki looks to fight against the Kawasaki ZX-14.

knew this was coming. ‘s reign as the king of the Ultimate Sport class was last year with the of Kawasaki’s omnipotent ZX-14. As you can see in comparison of the two monster sportbikes, the brought a bit more to the table the largely unchanged 2007

Well that didn’t sit with Suzuki.

The compression inside the 1340cc motor has from 11.5:1 to 12.5:1. The increase in displacement stems a 2mm increase in … giving tube of the Inline-Four a final of 81mm x 65mm (bore/…). resides new three-ring, aluminum forged slipper pistons. to be lighter and stronger, the new shape of the crown is responsible for the boosted The motor also gets a new set of valves for intake and exhaust.

The sizes haven’t changed, but the metal allows for weight All told the revised mill has a 12% increase in power. If that is our dyno results from year indicate that freaks will have 175 horsepower to do all kinds of illegal with.

Fuel is fed through a of new 44mm Suzuki Dual Throttle (SDTV) throttle bodies. A technology pulled from the line is the Suzuki Drive Selector (S-DMS) which three options of power for a range of touring to full-blown On the opposite end, burnt exit through a 4-2-1-2 that meets Euro 3 and 2 emission regulations.

A slipper manages the 6-speed transmission.

in Orange/Black, Black/Gray and Blue/Black, schemes are the least that machine has to offer.

Wheelbase is the same, so wheelie is only increased, but overall has increased to 86.6 inches. The 2.3 inches is part of a redesigned layout that was derived endless wind-tunnel testing. than stick the bike in by itself, Suzuki addressed the with a rider in the saddle. real-world dynamics should to a better tucked riding with a lowered tank and room for the rider’s elbows.

of the new look is a 15mm higher and vertically stacked dual The rear blinkers are set into the section a-la GSX-R, and the and rear subframe have lowered 17mm.

Brake swelled in the rear and shrunk up A pair of 310mm floating rotors (10mm smaller) less unsprung weight and are by new Tokico radial-mount calipers. The rear caliper grabs a 260mm rotor (+20mm).

shaving unsprung weight is managing the weight that is up by suspension is even more so. away you’ll notice Diamond Like Coating on the lower section of the inverted for less stiction and more appeal. The Kayaba inverted is fully adjustable with the 4.7 inches of travel.

A 43mm KYB shock handles the out back with 5.5 inches of

The only other … that Suzuki brings to the is the SV650 line. The B-King has resemblance to that machine, but will tell if it becomes as

We liked the nimbleness of the 2007 Hayabusa and the geometry is virtually identical at degrees of rake and 98mm of an increase of 1mm. A steering is included to make sure the is stable at the ridiculously large mph displayed on a new instrument panel. left to right are analog for fuel, tach, speedo and temp.

Between the tach and speedo is a display of a clock, gear S-DMS indicator, odometer and trip meter.

Suzuki B-King

Suzuki exactly reinvented the wheel, but the that grace the 2008 Hayabusa to be a solid package for retaking the of most-powerful and popular cult on the face of the planet.

And for those of you who all that wind-tunnel testing and crap are for techno-geek nancy-boys, has released a completely new motorcycle, a … expression of raw power the B-King .

The bike first up in 2001 at the Tokyo Motor but six calendar years later the of this machine is essentially a Hayabusa. Suzuki wouldn’t offer figures, but the head honchos did say it makes less peak than the ‘Busa but more — despite using the 1340cc motor. Ignition and injection mapping are the primary but like its genetic donor, the shares the SDTV fuel and S-DMS, albeit with two modes instead of three.

Suzuki called this a new flagship model, which we could see one or more smaller-displacement in the future.

The chassis is slightly than the Hayabusa and the exhaust under-tail in a bulbous, gargantuan of tailpipe. The front end looks better with a small wrapped around the 60-watt Turn signals are integrated mini-fairings that flare out the fuel tank with scoops to direct airflow. inverted fork tubes south, but unfortunately no DLC on the lowers.

suspension components offer and rebound damping and spring adjustment. Brake rotors and wheels are the same, but the calipers are for the B-King.

America isn’t known for its of … streetfighters, but with the and soul of the Hayabusa that may not true for Suzuki’s new flagship We’ll see if it really is good to

Expect to see both of these machines in dealers sometime in The ‘Busa will carry a of $11,999 while the all-new B-King is

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