THE LEGEND IS BACK IN THE FORM OF 2021 SUZUKI HAYABUSA

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THE LEGEND IS BACK IN THE FORM OF 2021 SUZUKI HAYABUSA

Suzuki has introduced back the legendary Hayabusa in the form a third-generation Hayabusa. Developed for flat-out speed, the bike receives evolutionary styling updates, a redesigned engine, and a broader suite of electronic riding aids.
Power for the third-generation Hayabusa comes from a reworked version of the second-generation model’s 1,340cc four-cylinder engine. The list of redesigned parts includes the pistons, the connecting rods, the crankshaft, and the magneto.
Its top speed is electronically limited to 186 mph. There’s no word on how fast it can go with the limiter removed, and we likely won’t find out — at least not from Suzuki. Japanese and European motorcycle manufacturers agreed to limit their bikes to 186 mph (299km/h) starting in 2000 to end the speed war that exploded during the 1990s.
Suzuki added the latest version of its Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (SIRS) system, which bundles different preset and configurable riding modes, a launch control system, and cruise control.

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