29
Oct
09

2010 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R

Suzuki sudah ngeluarin seri Hayabusa untuk tahun 2010.. Kalo diliat-liat, maka seri di tahun depan semakin Hot aja. Seri baru ini para rider Hayabusa akan diberikan engine yang lebih dikembangkan dari sebelumnya.

2010-Suzuki-HayabusaGSX1300Ra

That's why the 2010 Hayabusa is so impressive - compared to the original, it's hotter than ever.

Terdapat peningkatan power-to-weight ratio pada seri ini. Jadi sensasi dari akselerasi GILA ala Hayabusa akan lebih menakjubkan lagi. Itu sich komen dari produsen Suzuki langsung. Chassis dan suspensi diperbaharui dengan peningkatan handling juga tidak lupa.

The original Hayabusa was the best. With the 2010 Hayabusa, you're looking at better than the best.

Key Features

-1340cc – 1340cc, DOHC liquid-cooled engine with 16-valves, Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers provides 11% higher performance and smoother operation

-Front ForksFront Forks – Fully adjustable inverted front fork featuring DLC coated inner tubes for minimal friction resistance and outstanding suspension performance over a variety of riding conditions

-Instrumen Cluster features four analog meters for speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and water temperature with a S-DMS mode indicator, gear position indicator and adjustable engine rpm indicator

-LED taillight utilizes a double lens structure with a clear inner lens and a red outer lens for maximum visibility and a high quality finish

-Radial-mount front brake calipers for maximum braking performance and allows for handling

-S-DMS (Suzuki Drive Mode Selector) allows the rider to choose from three different engine settings depending on riding conditions or rider preferences

-Suzuki SDTV fuel injection system with dual injectors per cylinder and ram air intake with large volume airbox

-Vertically stacked twin headlights provide increased light intensity, improved light distribution and match the elegant flow of the new Hayabusa styling

Instrumen Cluster features four analog meters

The Hayabusa's engine is thoroughly updated from the previous model for more power and an improved power-to-weight ratio, which you'll experience as an even greater rush of acceleration.

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2 Responses to “2010 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R”


  1. January 17, 2011 at 5:37 PM

    On the road the ride is great, firm but not soft. Handling and stability meets or often exceeds expectations. Power is something else, smooth and effortless – you accelerate so quickly without even trying. The EFI system is close to flawless with absolutely NO surging or NO flatspots what so ever. Even at slow constant throttle speeds. The only thing that feels weird about the bike is the vibration that occurs after 4500rpm. You can feel some through the handlebars and to a lessor extent the foot pegs. They do subside after about 5500rpm. The engine despite being solidly mounted to the fairing is smooth. With that in mind ALL bikes have vibes to some extent, it depends on how you interpret them. The front brakes do not bite initially as per sportsbike hence require a stronger squeeze, however using them at higher speeds they work as expected without attempting to throw you off. The front steering damper hidden behind the fairing and headlight is completely unnoticed. Only when you hit some bumps does it make a clunking sound. The engine makes is car like sound except a louder and having a deeper tone and sound typically like a Suzuki bike slightly ‘loose’ . If your taller the top of the screen does hide the top of the instruments, this is clearly due to the aerodynamics. It was designed to exceed 300kph after all. The bike does feel heavy and solid when manoeuvring with your feet but quite agile once on the move even at low speeds.


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