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Can you put turbo on Hayabusa?

In stock form, the Suzuki Hayabusa 99-07 engine can handle up to 6 pounds of boost with no issues. We’ve got you covered with turbo pistons, rods and valve springs over in the engine section.

How much horsepower does a Hayabusa Turbo have?

650 hp
So, the 1300cc engine is fitted with a Garrett GT35 turbo, makes over 650 hp and the bike can reach a top speed of over 264 mph (425 kph). Also, the turbocharged Hayabusa uses 119 Octane fuel.

How much horsepower can a Hayabusa have?

2022 Suzuki Hayabusa Specifications

MSRP: $18,599
Fuel injection: Electronic fuel injection system. 43mm throttle body, ride-by-wire throttle, fixed length intake system
Compression ratio: 12.5:1
Horsepower (claimed): 187 hp at 9,750 rpm
Torque (claimed): 110 lb-ft at 7,000 rpm

Can you supercharge a Hayabusa?

Specializing in building customized, high-performance motorcycles, this DAS-developed Stage 1 supercharger kit utilizes a highly-efficient ProCharger C-1 self-contained supercharger for maximum forced-induction power and performance.

How much HP can you get out of a Hayabusa engine?

Hayabusas tuned for drag racing and other motorsports applications can produce power figures exceeding 500 horsepower—extreme, even for a car. For instance, a turbocharged Hayabusa built by BDR Performance churns out a whopping 650 horsepower.

How fast does a Hayabusa go from 0 60?

Being able to power from 0 to 60 in just 2.47 seconds, the Suzuki Hayabusa has created a highly respectable name for itself. Its popularity is also credited to its exotic and unique look, which makes it stand out even further. The best part about this bike? It has a top speed of 186 mph.

Why is the Hayabusa so fast?

Why the Suzuki Hayabusa is an icon But it got close. Its 1299cc four-cylinder engine put out 161 hp and 100 lb-ft at the rear wheel. That output was possible in part to functional ram-air front intakes. And with that power, the Suzuki Hayabusa could reach a top speed of 194 mph.