Hayabusa wet weight

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  1. RedlineStands

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  2. BA BUSA

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    Busa is about 556 lbs wet ::4
     
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    Or 1 Firedog and 4 Lycans ::25
     
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    You could ask Aquaman here on the board:laugh:::25 just messin' with ya Aquaman:whistle:
     
  5. BA BUSA

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    He only knows the wet weight on a Gixxer 7 fiddy ::25











    :laugh:
     
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    Thanks!

    Ian
     
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    ian at the bash we weight a 08 and 07 with full tanks at wheelers. the 08 was 564 and the 07 was 548
     
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    Split the difference = 556 :laugh:
     
  9. dadofthree

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    Dry weight of Gen II is 485 or 487 for Ca :laugh:
     
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    And a 2nd gens about 583 wet.
     
  12. KOTH

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    According to the March 2008 "Rider" magazine:

    2008 Hayabusa wet weight = 580
    2008 ZX14 wet weight = 563
     
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    I got my reading from Wheelers down at the dragon. There was a couple other busa's there that wiegh from -10 to +5 on those numbers. my numbers are a good average
     
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    Hey Ian,
    you can borrow my busa and gixxer for whole if that will help. I won't need them for awhike...call me
     
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    After dries out mine is at solid 549 lbs.:rofl:
    Never weigh your bike after washing or riding in the rain. Wait to dry out.:rofl:
    Sorry couldn't stop myself:laugh:
     
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    That's a noticeable difference. Damn! :banghead:

    Now I know why I'm doing the mods I'm doing.

    Trying to lighten my lil fatty up :laugh:
     
  17. raydog

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    That is so true! I guess I'm bragging but I've got my Gen I down to 488lbs. (with 1/2 tank fuel)When I ride a stock one I really can feel the difference.
    Raydog
     

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    According to the Suzuki website, the 08 and 09 busa's are 100lbs hevier than the 07 busa!

    Where's all that extra weight come from??
     
  19. Flicka

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    I believe the reason for such a huge difference is that Suzuki started listing the Curb Weight (ready to run) instead of Dry Weight (no liquids in the bike)
     
  20. What a tub o`lard! :rofl: No wonder they needed the extra horsepower.

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