HAYABUSA Motorcycle Stunts On The Highway Wheelies + Drifts BUSA GSXR 1300 Street Bike Stunt Riding
Http://Bloxstarzlifestyle.com Suzuki Hayabusa or Busa GSXR 1300 motorcycle
stunt rider performing insane street bike stunts on a all stock not custom
built stunt bike with sprockets, gearing, crash cage, 12 bar, & Etc 100%
stock Suzuki Hayabusa or Busa GSXR 1300 on public highways, freeways,
streets & roads. Watch as this professional motorbike stunt rider doe's
wheelies at high speeds that include sit down & stand up wheelie & even
scrapes 12 o Clock putting the motorbike straight up & down scraping the
dual Exhaust pipes & rear tail light
this crotch rocket motorcyclist also performs highway burnouts, drifts, or
drifting smoking the rear tire burning rubber down the highway at fast
speeds smoking up the streets swing lane to lane on the freeway. Please
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Kawasaki ZX-14R vs Suzuki Hayabusa! - Head 2 Head Episode 2
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Super Streetbike's Dave Sonsky heads to the
drag strip with the new 2012 Kawasaki Ninja ZX14R and the updated Suzuki
Hayabusa. Find out which sport bike takes the title of baddest
straight-line stallion on the planet!
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Turbo Hayabusa T-Rex - Part 1
My friend's Campagna T-rex with a turbocharged Hayabusa engine. This monster puts
down roughly 280 horsepower to the 315 series
tire in the back. It is probably the fastest T-Rex out there, considering
it hits 110 in 1st gear and spins tire at 130 mph. And if you're wondering
why it needs pushed by hand to back up, it's because bike motors don't have
reverse gears haha. We were doing some test runs trying to fix slight
idle/stalling out problem. More videos of this thing to come! Thanks for
Suzuki Hayabusa - 240 MPH /390KPH
Wheelie from 70 to 140 mph (113 - 225 kph) with 3 shifts! Speedometer is in
MPH. 240 MPH=390KPH
"at speeds over 180mph (290kph) the air in the helmet is completely sucked
out by the passing air, so you cannot breathe. So it's not possible to
sustain those speeds for more than a number of seconds."