"Hayabusa" can refer to either an unmanned spacecraft launched by Japan in 2003 or to the world's fastest production motorcycle, which Suzuki Cycles has been making since 1999. Literally, the word "hayabusa" is Japanese for "peregrine falcon."Know More
The Hayabusa spacecraft made rendezvous with a small asteroid near Earth in 2005, studied the asteroid and returned samples of dirt from the asteroid to Earth in 2010.
The Hayabusa motorcycle reached a top speed of 194 mph with the 1999-2000 model. In 2001, Suzuki voluntarily limited the top speed of the bike to 186 mph. The name "Hayabusa" was chosen because Suzuki was hoping to make a bike that could beat the Honda Blackbird, and peregrine falcons eat blackbirds.Learn more about Vehicles
The 2014 Suzuki Hayabusa reaches a top speed of 299 Km/H, or 185.79 mph. In 2010, the Hayabusa broke the fastest street bike world record at 272.34 mph.Full Answer >
One purchases a used Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle by making arrangements with sellers found on motorcycle classifieds sites such as CycleTrader.com and UsedMotorcycles.com, or general classifieds sites such as Oodle.com and Craigslist.org. Auction sites such as eBay.com allow users to purchase used Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycles directly from sellers.Full Answer >
The abbreviation "CC" after a number on a motorcycle means cubic centimeters. It is determined by the volume of the air and fuel mixture that moves through each cycle of the pistons.Full Answer >
The abbreviation "cc" refers to cubic centimeters or the unit of volume used to measure the amount of air an engine can intake. As gasoline engines use combustion for energy, this figure gives a rough estimate of the engine's power.Full Answer >