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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 01-16-2007, 09:01 AM Thread Starter
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Hayabusa Custom Cruisers?!

http://www.southjerseyvideomagazine....2006ransom.htm

http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/Articl...ID=3878&Page=1

Runs high 9 seconds around 145-150mph in the quarter.



Of course, it also has a 300 rear... to put all that power on the ground!

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I like it!

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I like it!
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If you got a harley into those horsepower numbers, you'd be rebuilding it constantly.

I'd like to see the same in a TL1000 just so you could have the familiar Potato Potato sound.

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If you got a harley into those horsepower numbers, you'd be rebuilding it constantly.

I'd like to see the same in a TL1000 just so you could have the familiar Potato Potato sound.
There's a company that makes conversions for TLs to cruisers. http://www.mptracing.com/streetrods2.html The price in the Cycle world is around $20K.

A TL or speed triple engine would make a good cruiser as well.

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Brian approves of this bike, and the TL cruiser; but this is my favorite chopper of all time, I want one!

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A TL or speed triple engine would make a good cruiser as well.
I thought about putting a speed triple engine in my GPz550 frame for next year. Just weld in new motor mounts, re-rhinoline the frame, and away I go.
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There was a busa chopper in a mag years ago...he definitely wasn't the first.
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The article says that he used a 929rr motor...
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In the video he says it is Hayabusa based... who knows.

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In the video he says it is Hayabusa based... who knows.
I see cable clutch in picture, busa has hydraulic clutch.

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the motor in the blue one looks like a zook though.

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No thanks. I'll pass. I like to be able to go AROUND a corner.

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Those things are bad a$$...

Maybe he can stick my Hayabusa's engine in my Shadow Sabre's frame....let's gooooo!

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I like the first bike. I'm not a fan of choppers but I like the way that one looks.

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Pulled from under a table.

Looks like someone was playing with bubble gum or clay and didn't finish shaping it. And left their finger dents all over.

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looks a lot better than a busa though

either way, cool

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^Agreed. busa = ugly

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No thanks. I'll pass. I like to be able to go AROUND a corner.
hmmm weird... i like to go through a corner... but if you wanna go around it, thats fine to.. lol
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it sounded like the blue one was the busa-based engine. i guess the red one is the 929 based? awesome looking bike, but the 300 is too much.
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Like you would get it if it was 80...

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