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Nicolas Alexacos

Politia Greece

2003 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa, Solid Black, 3403km since new For Sale

Suzuki’s peregrine falcon aka Hayabusa was created in 1999 to prey on Honda’s Blackbird top speed title. Its over 303 km/ h velocity not only established it as the world’s fastest motorcycle but also enforced an agreement between Japanese and European manufacturers for a governed upper speed limit of 299 km/ h. Its unique yet sophisticated styling with cool air ducts and its 1299 cc capacity immediately set the Hayabusa as an iconic superbike. Largely unchanged throughout the first 8 years of production of the 1st generation, the aluminum subrame was upgraded in 2001 with all steel to allow for optional power upgrades. The Hayabusa offered was ordered in 2003, the very first year Suzuki optioned a Solid Black finish for the European market, to become part of a private collection of preserved low mileage motorcycles. Its steel subframe allowed for a set of 500 bhp turbosystem by HAHN Racecraft that was sourced but never fitted to reach speeds over 330 km/ h. It is now offered as part of a superbike collection or separately in absolute original condition with only 3404 km since new.

Year: 2003
Make: Suzuki
Model: GSX 1300R Hayabusa
Designer: Koji Yoshirua
Generation: 1
Production years: 1999 - 2007
Frame number: JS1Athe details below66
Frame type: twin-spar steel
Subframe type: steel
Engine type: 1298 cc, 4-stroke, transverse 4-cylinder, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder, 11 to 1 compression ratio, Mikuni Denso fuel injected, 175 bhp at 9800 rpm, 138 Nm at 7000 rpm
Transmission type: 6-speed manual
Suspension: fully adjustable spring overload, rebound and compression, F: inverted telescopic with coil spring, R: swingarm with gas/ oil damping
Brakes: F: 6-piston Tokico calipers over 2x 320mm discs, R: 2-piston Tokico caliper over 240 mm disc
Dry weight: 221. 5 kg
Color: Solid Black
Mileage: 3404 km
0-100 km/ h 2. 76 sec
Top speed: 303 km/ h
Owners: 1
Registration: Greek

Generation 1
- 1299 cc displacement in a sport bike
- Non traditional styling
- Special aerodynamics with speed-based ram air system for cool air feeding of cylinders
- Gear driven counterbalance for minimal engine vibration

- Solid Black colour scheme offered in Europe
- Steel subframe for safety and power modifications

- 500 bhp output HAHN Racecraft Turbosystem H TS-4016 upgrade, complete set
- Yoshimura carbon racing exhaust system
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