Suzuki Hayabusa’s new avatar in 2013

Suzuki Motor Corporation one of the pioneer in automobile manufacturing and service provider from Japan is all set to launch an renovated version of it’s most premium superbike,”Hayabusa” probably in the next fiscal year 2013. Suzuki had introduced it’s superbike Hayabusa in the year 1999 and steadily tested to be the fastest production motorcycle in the world.

As per the Sources, Suzuki Hayabusa 2013 will be well-equipped with some of the best features accommodating Antilock brake system which assists as a Standard feature to this ultimate sport vehicle it will amplify the brake performance and it will counteract wheel locking which occurs due to various road conditions or on the roads which requires immoderate breaking. It is rumored, that Suzuki Hayabusa 2013 will be batched up with Race-Bred technology, and also it will use Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) fuel injection system. The Suzuki Hayabusa 2013 is expected to be dubbed with the same four-cylinder 1340CC, DOHC, liquid-cooled engine delivering strong power output of 197bhp at 10200rpm and a maximum torque of 15.7kgm at 6200rpm. As per the Speculations, the Hayabusa 2013 will feature new radial-mount Brembo Monobloc front brake calipers, with an enlargement in piston-size from 32-30mm to 32-32mm which resemble much greater force that can be applied to the brake disc remitting immediate assessment to the rider. It is also expected to come with better fuel efficiency.

The Suzuki Hayabusa 2013 is expected to have modified cartridge front forks with a Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) coating surface treatment on the 43mm stanchion tubes that will assist the rider from small irregularities that occur while riding on road and do reduce friction, also a featherweight aluminium-alloy frame with ultimate styling in a Glass Sparkle Black/Metallic Oort Grey or Pearl Glacier White/Metallic Oort Grey colour scheme complete the compelling package.

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