Hi M8, new bike colour looks great!! Liked the white, loved the green and blue is also very nice! The muffler looks perfect, too, imho best solution on a Hayabusa and far better than the yoshimura cans
Very nice Bike Raydog, usually I am not a fan of naked full fairing bikes, but this one stands out and looks very clean. As you said performance bit have even more bling than bling parts :)
The only thing I do not like or which I thinks looks a little bit out of place are the headlights, they...
Good idea man, the B-King tail looks quite nice and is not too short nor too big for a Busa, not sure about direct fitting, I thing the back-side of the frames are different, but there is another member here who did the tail swap to a gen 1 busa:
Hayabusa - B King cross
The Quickshifter is...
very nice bike and cool colour....also the Gixxer exhaust looks very good on the Busa, in regards to the longer tail, I think I would keep the stock tail, looks just perfekt with the extended swing arm since the stock arm looks too short IMO...Any further mods planned?
This winter we nearly had no snow/ice at all, so spring came early and we already had enough rain to wash away most of the salt on the roads. I am glad, too and sorry for you, but "spring is coming" ;)
Finally spring arrived in Hamburg with 15°C and a lot of sun, so 2 friends (both Kawasaki ZRX1100) and I took the chance to go for a blast around Hamburg, 1st going south via the tunnel beneath the river elbe, then on the way back we took a ferry.
Motorbike meeting areas have been totally...
Hi Jeff, thanks, saw your video as well, with your low exhaust this sounds like a perfect solution, but think it wont work that good with my underseat cans :(
Tried that as well, but did not like it :beerchug:
Hope this thread is in the right place here..... :please:
so my dad and I have a Gopro 3+ black edition, with which we have always been very satisfied, but the sound quality has always been an issue.
Either you have a lot of wind noise on your record or you mainly hear the...
Not exactly a Busa, but just bought these TRW rear sets (also available for Hayabusas), made in Germany, awesome quality and finish and good looking (paid 300€ delivered)
You can place them higher than stock, lower than stock, further back and also further to the front I think, I also needed...