Bike Blowup at the WyoTech Brute Horsepower Shootout
In the Championship round of the 20th Annual WyoTech Brute horsepower Shootout,
reigning champ Todd Erickson decided to push it to the limit. After pumping
out 580 HP in 2009, Erickson wanted to go for 700!
In the qualifying rounds, he had already put up a 528 HP Dyno run with his 94 Kawasaki
ZX-11 turbo. Armed with two-stage Nitrous, Erickson set out to smash that
mark during Friday's Championship run.
Once the bike hit 517, this is what happened...
2014 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R - First Ride and Review
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Altiki 8 second suzuki hayabusa racing Nitrous hayabusa test and tune, The bike
is a 1363 with wet and dry Nitrous not
the quickest et or mph but a pretty decent pass. The bike would run quicker
if I could keep the air box on the bike. The bike has gone 8.46 and 170 in
the quarter with hopes of getting in the 7's. Still working the bugs out.
FAIL/BREAKAGE - Titan Motorcycle Battle - 500HP Turbo Busa vs. 350HP Suzuki Hayabusa
http://www.FullTiltLife.com and Kings of the Street Part 2 show what should
have been an epic matchup in roll racing. Two huge Suzuki turbo Hayabusas (one a Velocity kit, the other an
Anderson) were prepared to go head to head on a clean roll to 200+mph with
skilled and experienced riders wearing full safety gear aboard. However,
an immediate equipment failure ends any possibility of the two bikes
getting a clean run. Gilles Chain Adjusters, which are intended for racing
use only are inadequate. The only racing they ought to do is on bikes 250cc
and below. Sometimes the swoopy aftermarket stuff is less functional that
the stock pieces they are meant to replace.