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2000 Suzuki Hayabusa Turbo Drag Bike

Suzuki GSF Bandit Streetfighter

History; Originally owned by Suzuki GB and used as a roadtest/demo/development bike. It was built as you see now in 2002/2003 by Roger Simmons then Chief Technician for Crescent Suzuki. The bike was featured in issue 127 of Streetfighters magazine where it was described as "the trickest Hayabusa you have ever seen". Roger used it on the road and for sprints such as Brighton Speed Trials and at IOM Ramsey where in 2003 it recorded the then fastest ever 1/8 mile terminal spped of 133mph. Mileage when built approx 4,000, current mileage 5,127.

CHASSIS; Standard frame and tank, one off Metmachex swinging arm, "adjust on bike" ride height adjusters, two piece alloy chainguard, re-valved re-sprung rear shock, Trac 5 degree offset billet yokes, internally shortened re-valved forks, PFM disc and 6 pot caliper on front (ex BSB), Brembo caliper with Braking wave disc ( ex GSV GPbike) on rear, carbon fibre heel plates, Harris rearsets with removable extra rearsets for drag racing, Scotts radial fork top steering damper, Modified fairing with tinted screen, carbon fibre front mudguard, Arotek extra long tail unit with detachable hump, lowered seat pad, standard pillion seat pad, polished footrests and grab rail are included should you be able to find anyone to go on the back !, Billet logo mirror blanks,fluid resevoir tops and oil filler cap, RC Components Daytona split rim wheels 6.5" rear 3.5" front, alloy bar ends, adj height alloy side stand, one off Renthall dural sprocket, Metzler Racetec 120 front and Shinko Super Soft 190 rear tyres. Titanium fastners throughout (reputedly £2,500 worth).

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION 1300cc std bores, JE forged pistons, Carillo rods, balanced crank, flowed/ported cyl head, APE studs/nuts, adj cam sprockets, solid adj cam chain tensioner, undercut gearbox, MTC lockup clutch, modded clutch cover with Aeroquip breather, all built to the highest standards. Originally running a Mr Turbo Rayjay unit but last year it was fitted (by Big CC) with an up to date set up comprising of Garrett GT30/71R race turbo, Tial wastegate and dump valves, Bosch competition fuel pump, BRGI billet fuel pressue reg, billet plenum chamber, CNC block off plates, KN filter, RC 750 injectors, and all the other necessary bits inc Aeroquip unions and hosing for all fuel lines. Billet clutch slave cyl support, all topped off with more titanium fastners. All of this makes 280-300 reliable BHP on Big CCs dyno at only 6psi on regular unleaded pump petrol, loads of potential to make up to 450 bhp with this set up but you will not need it ! The engine has done less than 1500 miles in total and under 300 since new turbo fitted.

SPARES; Few spares inc left hand fairing panel, pillion seat/footrests/grab rail, assorted sprockets (new), hoses, clutch clyinder.

ELECTRICS; Full road legal working lights indicators etc, Power Commander + Wide Band unit, MPS air/elec shifter with built in compressor pump and alloy tank, Dyna shift light and minder, MR Turbo boost/Dynojet air-fuel/MRE shifter air pressure gauges + all std instrumentation.

OTHER STUFF; 5,127 miles, T&T, Alphadot security. This is a totally useable street bike that will out-perform ANYTHING you will ever encounter ! I have competed in a few Straightliners meetings with it this year with a best ET of 9.1 and terminal or 161mph, i'm certain it could go faster with a more competent, experienced (and younger !) rider.