Sick Twin Turbo Hayabusa

Sick custom Suzuki Hayabuas built by McCoy Motorsports. Twin turbo, twin nitros. One of the sickest, fastest and most beautiful motorcycles in the world. Clip from the Metric Revolution Motorcycle Build Off.

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First Suzuki Hayabusa Controlled Via Bluetooth by Motorcycle Boutique (daytime)
Always with new gadgets for your Hayabusa. (813) 779-LINK (5465) Motorcycle Boutique custom built Suzuki Hayabusa, The Commander in Chief bike. Lots claim this technology but they can not come up with a video to prove it.. Why, cause here at Motorcycle Boutique we came up with the idea FIRST, after several months of planning the device now is out. This device has 16 channels upgradable to 32channels where you can start/stop bike, front and rear air ride, full LED light kit, front/rear Nitrous purge, remote rear cowling, front seat, gas tank and mmuch more. To get info on this device email us at WWW.MOTORCYCLEBOUTIQUE.NET or contact our store at (813)-779-LINK,(5465) in Tampa, Florida.





Hayabusa turbo!!! moto Ghost rider
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Kawasaki H2 vs Hayabusa | Street Race!
Check out this bolt on NA busa give a stock H2 the hit on the street for fun owner also lets the Busa rider take her for a spin beautifu machine that sounds WICKED!





Drifting a 240Hp Suzuki Hayabusa
Facebook : www.facebook.com/PFTCPAV Their mission in life? Blazing rubber and riding their bikes hard as hell. And after they've had their fun, take things to the next level of course by super charging these deadly machines of beauty. Is it normal that I got tears of joy watching this video? I would love to see how many people go try to ride their bikes like this now. Please put a cage on it, before you do and make sure you wear your helmet! Watch below as these hooligans drift these INSANE High Powered bikes at high speeds and make sure you share on the Speed Society Facebook page so others can see the post as well. Facebook is changing things daily making it harder for us to get you sick car / speed related content.




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