Suzuki Hayabusa vs Yamaha Banshee Drag Racing Barona Drags 3-23-2013
Yamaha banshee vs suzuki banshee drag racing on the 1/8 drag strip.
The Suzuki Hayabusa (or GSX1300R) is a sport bike motorcycle made by Suzuki since 1999. It immediately won acclaim as the world's fastest production motorcycle, with a top speed of 188 to 194 miles per hour (303 to 312 km/h).
Hayabusa (隼?) is Japanese for "peregrine falcon", a bird that often serves as a metaphor for speed due to its vertical hunting dive, or stoop, speed of 180 to 202 miles per hour (290 to 325 km/h), the fastest of any bird. In particular, the choice of name was made because the peregrine falcon preys on blackbirds, which reflected the intent of the original Hayabusa to unseat the Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird as the world's fastest production motorcycle. Eventually, the Hayabusa managed to surpass the Super Blackbird by at least a full 10 miles per hour (16 km/h).
The media-reported value for the speed agreement in miles per hour was consistently 186 mph, while in kilometers per hour it varied from 299 to 303 km/h, which is typical given unit conversion rounding errors. This figure may also be affected by a number of external factors, as can the power and torque values.
In 2000, fears of a European regulatory backlash or import ban led to an informal agreement between the Japanese and European manufacturers to limit the top speed of their motorcycles at an arbitrary limit.
The conditions under which this limitation was adopted led to the 1999--2000 Hayabusa's title remaining, at least technically, unassailable, since no subsequent model could go faster without being tampered with. Thus, after the much anticipated Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R of 2000 fell 4 mph (6 km/h) short of claiming the title, the Hayabusa secured its place as the fastest standard production bike of the 20th century. This gives the unrestricted 1999--2000 models even more cachet with collectors.
Besides its speed, the Hayabusa has been lauded by many reviewers for its all-around performance, in that it does not drastically compromise other qualities like handling, comfort, reliability, noise, fuel economy or price in pursuit of a single function. Jay Koblenz of Motorcycle Consumer News commented, "If you think the ability of a motorcycle to approach 190 mph or reach the quarter-mile in under 10 seconds is at best frivolous and at worst offensive, this still remains a motorcycle worthy of just consideration. The Hayabusa is Speed in all its glory. But Speed is not all the Hayabusa is."
The Banshee 350, manufacturer designation YFZ350, is an All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) with a two-stroke engine, produced by Yamaha Motor Company. It was manufactured in Japan and sold in the United States from 1987 to 2006. The Banshee continued its production in Canada until 2008 and in Australia until 2012. The Banshee utilized a non-powervalved version of Yamaha's RZ350
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
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Yamaha Banshee Best Exhausts Sound
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Nitrous Hayabusa vs BMW s1000rr drag racing 2010
Quick Note: Motorcycle drag bikes are small and fast, and difficult to
film. Try it sometime before you comment please that's all I ask. This was
literally the second motorcycle drag racing event I ever filmed and it
sucks I am the first to admit. Of course it worked out this one has gotten
so popular, but please check out my later and new videos I have gotten much
better having now filmed hundreds of bikes and I use a better camera,
Hayabusa vs BMW S 1000 RR drag race, Sonny in the close lane running an 8.9
on the Nitrous Hayabusa vs Brock on the
gold BMW in the far lane making a 9.3 pass on a pro tree at Kilkare drag
strip during the "No Hatin" In Dayton motorcycle drag racing event summer
Yamaha Banshee 350 rebuild
My 1998 Yamaha Banshee 350 that I rebuilt in May of 2014.
64.75mm Wiseco Pro-Lite Pistons
Single 35mm Keihin PWK carburetor
Clamp on UNI pod filter and Outerwears pre filter
Fresh Pivotworks swingarm and axle bearings
4 fresh MOOG ball joints for the A arms
New brake pads front and back
Toomey T5 Exhaust got fresh O rings
and silencer packing
New Renthal grips and barpad
Bedlinered the heel guards in grippy black paint
Yamaha RZ 350, Big HP Dyno Run
This video is showing off this 1985 Yamaha 350 on the Dyno run test. Powered by a 421
CC, with club-man cylinders and trinity heads she test at over 95.7 HP, on
an 82 degree day! Three thousand miles on original build since 2004. Loaded
with custom parts as she's one of a kind custom build. For Sale by builder
& owner, call Chuck @ 714-926-1322.
How fast does it go? HP4 v Hayabusa v ZZR1400 | Special | Motorcyclenews.com
Here's one group test that BMW's S1000RR might not win. BMW's ultimate
version of the S1000RR; their super-advanced HP4, is current champion in
its class, and won our MCN superbike shootout hands down.
This week it takes on the challenge of top speed against the big-power
hyperbikes, Kawasaki's ZZr1400 and Suzuki's Hayabusa.
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