Only 597 Miles on this 2022 Hayabusa!!!
The electronic fandanglery on the Hayabusa dives deep into the engine control area via Suzuki’s Intelligent Ride System that bundles all the fandanglery together under one banner. It starts out with a new ride-by-wire throttle control that conveys rider demand to the brain box. From there, the signal is modified by a number of variables and handful of on-board sub-systems.
First among the SIRS features is a trio of Drive Mode power-delivery profiles plus a fourth rider-tuneable profile that you can set up for a power curve all your own. The Drive Mode tunes more than the final output, much more, with Power Mode, Engine Brake Control, Anti-Lift control, lean-sensitive traction control, and a quickshifter that’ll send you both up and down the range without touching the clutch lever or even rolling off the throttle for solid holeshots and controlled quarter miles. The quickshifter moves you both up and down the range without touching the clutch lever or even rolling off the throttle for solid holeshots and controlled quarter miles. If you do feel the need to actually use the hand lever, the slip-and-assist clutch ensures a light pull with built-in backtorque mitigation for additional safety on hard downshifts and engine-braking actions. A six-speed transmission crunches the ratios to deliver a top speed around 190 mph, but if you don’t trust yourself with that kind of power, you can set the Launch Control for smooth, tractable take-offs and the Active Speed Limiter for an absolute performance ceiling to keep you from overdoing it on public roads.
As for the mechanical bits, the liquid-cooled powerplant comes in an inline-four configuration that’s mounted transversely in the frame. The displacement of 1,340 cc with a smokin’ hot 12.5-to-1 compression ratio.
Dual overhead cams time the valvetrain and come ground this year for a broader tractable torque band. Claimed horsepower is 187.75 ponies at 9,700 rpm while the claimed torque is clocked at 110.64 pound-feet at 7 grand even, It plenty now with the same sort of blistering holeshots and straight-line drag-tastic performance that ’Busa riders have come to expect. The cowling and fairings are windtunnel tested thoroughly to minimize drag and boost penetration, but that’s not all they do. A pair of inlet ports ride abreast of the stacked front headlight to take advantage of the ram-air effect. This delivers pressurized air into the Suzuki Ram Air Direct system for a built-in boost to volumetric efficiency and a concurrent performance gain. A trullly amazing bike with only 597 miles on it.
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