Is a Hayabusa reliable?

The Busa has an excellent reputation for reliability and although extremely powerful, the motor is pretty under-stressed as there is very little way to unleash a fraction of its available performance (legally…) on the road.

What is the difference between a Gen 1 and Gen 2 Hayabusa?

The Gen 1 seems to run the twisties far better, the Gen 2 can pick them up and put them down faster then you can say shizzle! Both will run the rails of anything out there (with in reason). Either way both versions of the bike will leave you with a warm fuzzy!

What year is Gen 1 Hayabusa?

First generation (1999–2007)

1999 Hayabusa
Also called GSX-1300R-X (1999), GSX-1300R-Y (2000), GSX-1300R-K1–K7 (2001–2007)
Engine 1,299 cc (79.3 cu in), 4-stroke inline-four, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 16-valve, Keihin/Denso fuel Injection, wet sump
Bore / stroke 81.0 mm × 63.0 mm (3.19 in × 2.48 in)
Compression ratio 11:1

Is a Hayabusa a good first bike?

Absolutely NO. Hayabusa is NOT a beginner bike just as much as a Rocketship isn’t for a small kid. Please buy something small and simpler to ride such as a 150-200cc bike. Learn to ride properly on it for atleast 2-3 years before thinking of upgrading.

Are Hayabusa motorcycles good?

Its aerodynamic look is unique, its stability at speed unmatched and above all, its engine is outstanding in how it delivers smooth and uninterrupted roll-on thrust in a way you only get through cubes and not forced induction. Everyone needs to expedience a Hayabusa at least once in their biking life.

Is Hayabusa good for long rides?

The Suzuki Hayabusa is one of the best selling superbikes in the country and is an excellent sports tourer for long distance touring. It is also very comfortable for such a purpose but riding a Hayabusa on the unforgiving terrain of Ladakh is perhaps a bit too much too ask for.

Which gen of Hayabusa is the best?

The third-generation model may not be all-new, but it is better—and still uniquely great. When the Suzuki Hayabusa debuted in 1999, it was the fastest stock motorcycle ever made, with a top speed of 186 mph.

Where is Suzuki Hayabusa made?

Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), a subsidiary of one of the world’s leading two-wheeler manufacturers, Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan has begun assembly of its flagship motorcycle – the Suzuki Hayabusa – at a state of the art assembly line at its plant in Gurgaon, Haryana.

Is Hayabusa a good bike?

This is one of the few superbikes I’ve ridden that can also be quite mellow and enjoyable, even when cruising at a gentle speed, especially in the lower power mode. The engine sounds great, too, with a deep and snarling intake sound that is typical of big Suzuki inline-fours.