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How Fast Does The Hayabusa Go?

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Julii Brainard answered
Well, modified ones (turbochargers and more fitted) have set records of up to 259 mph / 416 km per hour.

But an ordinary Hayabusa, that you buy in the shops without modifications would not be expected to be able to exceed 175-185 mph. That's still more than 100 mph over the speed limit in any sane country, so be sensible.

It's often quite hard to stay on the bike at speeds over 180 mph (even the best built and most stable motorbike shimmies at such speeds).
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Evelyn Vaz answered
The hayabusa is a name given to The Suzuki GSX1300R, which is hypersport motorcycle that was introduced in 1999. It is tested as being the fastest motorcycle in the world. The Max Speed is 191 mph (308 km/h), 300km/h (186 mph) limit from the time when model year 2001, 0-60 mph (0-100 km/h) 2.67 seconds 1/4 Mile (400m) 9.9 seconds @ 234 km/h). The Max Power is 175 bhp @ 9800 rpm.

The motorcycle can be customized with turbochargers, and turbocharged Hayabusas clutch many summit pace and speeding up records, counting the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme 1350cc world record of 252.832 mph (406.894 km/h), the fastest American Motorcyclist Association US record for an open wheel bike. However, in model years 2001 and later on an electronic speed limiter to 300 km/h (186 mph) was applied.

The fastest bike prior to the hayabusa is the Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird.

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