NHDRO Pro Street Finals 2011: Bud Yoder pink turbo Hayabusa
NHDRO 2011 Pro Street Finals: Bud Yoder 200 mph pink turbo Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle drag racing at the Round 5 "Fall Fury" event 9-18-11, September 2011 at Muncie Dragway. Bud Yoder is the NHDRO pro street points leader for the season and was looking for the sweep of all 5 No Hatin Drag Racing events year, but the Ballz Out Racing team stayed consistant in the final race and took the win with the "Lucky" turbo Hayabusa with a spectacular victory! Check out my channel for more NHDRO and motorcycle drag racing videos:
GSXR1300 Hayabusa runs a 7.06et @195mph on NOS in the 1/4 mile! NO WHEELIE BARS!
The Dragbike Live.com film crew was on location during the MIRock Superbike Series Summer Showdown held on June 11th-12th 2011 at Maryland International Raceway in Budds Creek Maryland filming the event and captured the exclusive historic video of Ryan Schnitz, rider for HTP Performance on a Nitrous oxide assisted Suzuki GSXR1300 Hayabusa street bike when he made history clocking a 7.06 ET at 195 MPH.
This is the fastest and quickest NOS pass ever made on a NOS assisted street bike and the first Nitrous oxide injected bike to break the 7.0 barrier. History made and witnessed!
HOW MUCH NITROUS ON A BIKE?!?
A few of the bike runs at Dallas Raceway near Crandall, TX - 8/26/11. The green Ninja was spraying a pretty sick amount of Nitrous!
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