Suzuki 750 GSXR 1994 helmet cam POV
One gsxr, a helmet cam,a road ! Marseille on the "Gineste's road";
Don't try this at HOME !!
Same Bike, same road, but different ride and sound, IN HD !! :
Haybusa Vs B-King (1340cc) 1/4 mile Drag
http://img585.imageshack.us/i/41026735.png/ - The King
2008 B-king vs 2009 Busa (B-King wins)
The GoPro is mounted on the helmet of the B-King(me)Recorded with 1080p
Track view (Friends droid)
2008 Hayabusa vs. ZX-14R Shootout - Motorcycle Reviews
2008 Hayabusa vs. ZX-14R Shootout - Motorcycle Reviews
Read the full motorcycle review at Motorcycle.com.
Two years after Kawasaki stepped into the ring to face Suzuki, the ZX-14
and GSX1300R Hayabusa remain the only machines in a universe all their own.
No literbike can match the asphalt-peeling 100 ft-lbs of torque that pours
forth from these 1340cc-plus hyperbikes.
White Hayabusa 2011 GoPro 720p HD
Nice and relaxing sunday ride around town on my Hayabusa. Testing my new
Gopro HD motorsports with it's suction cup.
PS: I'm a nice and helpful guy, feel free to ask anything, if you don't
have anything nice to say, don't bother leaving a comment and get a life.
Speed test: S1000RR v RSV4 v Hayabusa v ZZ-R1400
20 years after the launch of the original hyperbike, Kawasaki's ZZ-R1100,
superbikes like BMW's S1000RR are now so fast they're rendering the
Hayabusa and co. irrelevant... Or are they? Read the full test in this
week's MCN, on sale Wednesday 19 May 2010.
Gixxer Kart of Death Vs. 2008 Hayabusa
A Video we made of our 2006 GSXR 750 Gixxer Kart vs. our 2008 Hayabusa
(Lowered with Vance & Hines Racing Exhuast!)
Race 1 - mode A, Race 2 - mode C, Race 3 - Mode B
Thanks for watching!!
Onboard the 2008 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa
Watch our exclusive video of the new 2008 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa flat out
at Bruntingthorpe. MCN road tester Adam 'Chad' Child pushed the bike to an
indicated 200mph. Then watch the new Busa take on the Kawasaki ZZR 1400,
again flat out. Enjoy the breathtaking race between the two bikes around
the test track
Motorcycle Hits Deer @ 85 mph | Helmet Cam
ANALYSIS & Damage Assessment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQRv1H9_v4A
I hit a buck (had 2+ in. antlers) on my 04 GSXR 1000 on June 28, 2009.
I did not crash, but the bike was totaled. It literally jumped right in
front of me and I had no time to react! In the analysis (link above), you
can see the deer was only on cam for 6 frames which is 6/30 or 1/5 of a
sec! Therefore, speed had nothing to do with impact.
Factors to consider (in debatable order of importance):
1. Speed: a) at speed limit would only have had .5 sec to react b) going faster *I* would have evaded... could
have hit someone else
2. Momentum: a) accelerating out of the corner b) not enough time to let
3. Angle: Bike was almost all the way leaned over
4. Deer mid-air: a) less resistance b) not high enough to knock me off and
kill me instantly
5. Deer impact location: Only hit neck, not body
6. Deer angle: Jumped from -right- side while I was leaning -right- into it
7. Deer weight: a) approx. 100 lbs (45 kg) b) not fully
grown buck yet
8. Ride position: Usually hang off bike, but was taking it easy
9. Frame sliders: Protected leg from tearing off
10. Exhaust: OEM (not shorty)
prevented carcass from hitting rear wheel
11. Post impact: No car in oncoming lane
12. Wobbles: Violent steering caused front wheel to lift off ground
13. Bars: a) throttle hand came off b) if left hand came off... whiiiskey
14. Corner: Caught bars and dropped front just in time to turn, avoiding
15. Full gear: Deer brushed knee- no injury
16. Camera angle: a) cam tilted too low b) if normal, impact wouldn't be
17. Rider behind: a) avoided spinning deer in approx 1 second
b) didn't swerve
18. # of riders: 10 approx 1-10 secs ahead and 5 approx 1-10 secs behind
19. Following distance: Deer jumped in between 2 riders
20. TIME UNPREDICTABLE: a) time the deer jumped b) time i was there that
I rode the bike for another 45 mins until I had to shut it off to prevent
engine damage because the radiator was busted. I survived without a
scratch. The deer was still in mid air as it's neck/shoulder was sliced by
my right fork and brake rotor. Then it busted my frame slider all the way
back, brushed my knee (leaving fur in the velcro), and flung off the Exhaust, when it made like a top and spun
to the other side of the road, leaving a blood trail over 50 ft. The 2
lines of blood keep intersecting, which show how much the deer spun.
Lastly, I want to mention that my right is a wide open field. There's 1/4
mile before woods. Deer heard us coming at least 10-20 secs before the
first rider passed. If it did not hear us coming from miles away, then it
had to have seen the other bikes go by. It tried to go between us... This
stray deer ignored all instincts! Freak accident and nothing else! If you
think slower speed would have avoided impact, then watch the analysis. If I
was going faster, I would have
avoided it entirely and the guy behind me could have hit it too.
Am I lucky I didn't die or am I unlucky this shit happened? Many things in
life cannot be controlled...like cancer. If you try to figure out why it
happened, you'll never get anywhere. Don't ask why, don't let it affect
your outlook on life, just try to keep calm and carry on!
Stacy Smith Drag Bike Helmet Cam
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Bike Info:Motorcycle: 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000
Engine mods: JE turbo pistons, standard
bore, ceramic coated tops, Teflon coated skirts; Falicon Knife Rods;
Exoticycle custom wrist pins; stock crankshaft; Koenig 1-1/2 inch billet
oil pan, Vanson diaper; Exoticycle Johnnie turbo internal oil pressure modifications.
Cylinder head: Ported and combustion chamber was modified for turbo use by Competitive Edge, the deck was
surfaced and o-ringed (required for 500hp) by Exoticycle. Valve train is
Racing GT30 Stage III Super Street piggyback turbo kit, 54 mm inlet and Exhaust diameters, data-logging with Velocity
Racing software; Exoticycle Johnnie turbo single-stage Boost controller; Stock ECU
Clutch/Transmission: Falicon billet clutch basket; Exoticycle single-stage
lockup clutch, Exoticycle clutch cover; stock, OEM transmission (bone stock
absolutely no modifications).
Chassis: Velocity Racing under-braced swingarm, yielding 64 inch wheelbase;
G.M.D. Computrack shortened and re-valved factory forks, Olins by Brocks
Performance Drag Shock
Driveline: Vortex Cat-5 rear sprocket; Vortex front sprocket; Gold DID
X-ring 530 VM chain
Wheels/Tires: Stock OEM wheels; Michelin tires by Richies Tires: front -
Michelin Pilot Power 120/60-17; Rear - Michelin Power Race (soft) 190/50-17
Brakes: Stock OEM calipers, rotors, pads and master cylinders; Galfer Steel
Braided brake line
Controls: Vortex rearsets; CRC Adjustable Roll-a-click levers; Exoticycle
Body: All stock except for rear hugger fender (stock from 92 Suzuki 1100);
Zero Gravity double-bubble windscreen; custom-trimmed factory seat; Vortex
Fuel: VP C-16 gasoline
Numbers: 615 pounds with rider, 64-inch wheelbase, 3.5 inch ground
Best Performances: 1.359 60 foot; 5.08 1/8 mile; 7.60 1/4 mile at 202 mph
Built by Exoticycle: Sarasota, Florida, 941-360-FAST
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