2021 Suzuki Hayabusa, 2022 Suzuki Hayabusa
The 2022 Suzuki Hayabusa reaffirms its status as motorcycling’s Ultimate Sportbike. This new generation of Suzuki’s flagship sportbike is propelled by a muscular, refined inline four-cylinder engine housed in a proven and thoroughly updated chassis with incomparable manners, managed by an unequaled suite of electronic rider aids within stunning aerodynamic bodywork that is distinctly Hayabusa.
Riders who have owned or longed for a Hayabusa will recognize the iconic, aerodynamic silhouette that has been polished through wind tunnel sessions so the body features new vent shapes, air diffusers, and reimagined logos while a sophisticated LED lighting system achieves a new zenith of style and function.
Engine performance has been broadened so the Hayabusa accelerates quicker and smoother than ever before, while complying with worldwide emissions standards. Rider control is expanded through the Hayabusa’s Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S.). The engine’s adjustable power delivery, traction control*, cruise control, launch control, quick shift and Motion Track ABS** and Combined Brake systems offer the Hayabusa rider unmatched options on how the ride will unfold.
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The powerful, 1,340cc, inline-four-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine has been fully revised to supply a seamless surge of torque for effortless acceleration.
The crankcase assembly hardware and tightening procedure is also revised to increase engine rigidity and durability.
The Hayabusa’s six-speed, close-ratio, and constant-mesh transmission can be shifted conventionally or with the new bi-directional quick shift system allowing the rider to select racing-style, conventional, or casual riding clutchless shifts.
Hydraulic clutch activation further reduces the lever pull while providing the rider a good sense of the clutch’s friction zone.
The Hayabusa’s twin-spar aluminum frame and swingarm incorporate aluminum castings along with extruded aluminum sections that provide the right amount of suppleness and strength to its overall rigid alloy frame structure.
The KYB inverted cartridge fork is also updated, with a revised internal structure offering more compliance to further improve the suspension’s ability to absorb shocks from the road helping to ensure a smoother, more stable ride with optimum grip.
The styling of the bodywork intentionally conveys a modern image of advanced performance and new features, while faithfully inheriting the wind-cutting silhouette and overall look for which the Hayabusa is famous.
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