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2021 Suzuki Hayabusa Review | New Hayabusa 2021

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Suzuki Hayabusa review, the New busa generation 3 is in new clothes, is the new hayabusa an improved hyperbike. I met up with a buddy and we went on a ride with the new hayabusa. Having a gen2 hayabusa for a real world road ride comparison. Which one would be your choice...

Bike was provided by Suzuki motorcycles Via Johns of Romford, and I must say I was made to feel super welcome at the shop, the guys there share my passion for all things bikes, and they are clearly Gixser fans...GSXR 1300r

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Apr 18, 2021

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Tyrelle Greenwood
Great review on the Busa enjoyed the British perspective and scenery on such a icon of a bike Suzuki really didn't have to do much to improve it would love to have the new version to go along with my two cruisers!
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Day ago
Hi there, thanks for watching, I love the busa, its iconic status is already established and I think this new bike will prove to be a great evolution of the bike... Cheers R
Ritalie
Ritalie 17 days ago
Something to consider (and I"m not trying to be a downer, but it's important for people who don't understand tuning to know). From what I saw, quiet aftermarket mufflers on the 2nd Generation Hayabusa decrease horsepower substantially, because the stock mufflers are not restrictive at all, and have 195 horsepower. The insane factory tune is compromised, as soon as you change the exhaust. Putting aftermarket mufflers on a Gen 2, will decrease power across the entire rev range, in most cases. Looking at dyno charts, I've seen only tiny improvements with some mufflers, but only if the baffles are completely removed, and there is always less torque at the low end, unless the ECU is reflashed. The 2nd Generation bike being rated at 195 HP has a scary perfect state of tune from the factory, with absolutely perfect fueling. The reason I mention this, is because the Gen 3 bike is supposed to have "more low end torque and throttle response." Since the comparison is based on low end performance, the only way to really know for sure which bike has better low end torque, is to use totally stock exhaust systems, on stock ECU's. Here is an example, of an aftermarket full exhaust system actually decreasing horsepower and torque across the entire rev range on a Hayabusa 2008. NOTE: At 3,500 rpms the aftermarket header and muffler produces 25 less horsepower than stock!!! That's a HUGE difference in driveability. www.solomotoparts.com/Yoshimura-Race-Single-R-55-Full-Exhaust-Hayabusa-08-19/
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto 17 days ago
So yeah, stay tuned and its great to talk..... ride safe.
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto 17 days ago
Hi pal, wow that is some cool response you know your stuff. And in a sense you are right, the only true comparison is to use stock bikes... however j didn't have one and my mate Olli offered his bike so I jumped at the chance... I am actually not a fan of after market exhaust systems just for the sake of it... years ago I used my GSXR k5 1000 as a test bed and tested 5 different end cans. The only one that proved better than the stock pipe was a yoshi tri-oval, the others either robbed bottom or top end.
red bitter123
red bitter123 Month ago
Needs a seat cowl Love the silver.
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
agree, it looks better eith the seat cowl on.
Fonzie Bulldog
Fonzie Bulldog Month ago
Only one thing i want from G3 to my G2. The nicer mirrors.
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
+Fonzie Bulldog I know what you mean, the G2 mirror setup is a bit transit like...
Vardaras _YT
Vardaras _YT Month ago
Hello from Greece! Nice video!!
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
thanks my friend, great to hear you enjoyed it. stay safe... as you ride in the sun.
Mad Max
Mad Max Month ago
I’ll stick to my 08.
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
like I said in another reply, if I had a mint gen 2 I would keep it... cheers pal
Charles Hicks
Charles Hicks Month ago
Thank you for this review. I really wanted to know the difference.
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
ps consider Subscribing and sharing... cheers again
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
Cheers Charles, thanks for commenting, like I say, the old busa is still a blindingly great bike, the new one is simply better in so many little ways it makes a great difference.... nothing wrong with a Gen 2, if I had a tidy one I would keep it and perhaps buy another bike, maybe a new trail bike, with the £7,8 or 9k difference.... cheers for watching .
tonebonetones
tonebonetones Month ago
You can't really compare these side by side by dawdling around the shops and along country lanes best suited for 400cc to 650cc bikes. The Hayabusa is best at crunching motorway or preferably Autobahns, and maybe long distance sweeping, open B roads. As for looks, the gorgeous, Buck Rogers tail of the gen 2 seals it as the better looking bike by some margin, and is easily identifiable as a 'busa' when behind it. The gen 3 rear is lame and uninspired.
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
absolutely agree, these bikes are bike open road bikes, and there were a few open roads but as we had the gen 3 for literally 2 hours, it was impractical to hit a long run. I take you point completely and if the opportunity presented itself a weekend tour review would be brilliant. cheers for commenting
derek nagy
derek nagy Month ago
👍
Justdad
Justdad Month ago
Nicely done!!
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
thanks dad, a runway would have been a giggle but i wasn't invited, I'm not that famous and its a road bike so I thought that was the best place to ride it, cheers for watching.
swapnil kadam
swapnil kadam Month ago
I love
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
Welcome to my motorcycle channel, thanks for subscribing.
kebdesign
kebdesign Month ago
GREAT VIDEO!!!
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
Thank you, I’ll take that, it’s good of you to comment, if you wouldn’t mind a sub n share, cheers.
theonlyredspecial
I just bought a gen 3. Had the gen 2. Loved it. Gen 3 seems better in mid range the way I ride it even tho the peak is down a bit. and is the best looking gen IMO. All great bikes. Was interesting hearing your thoughts mate 👍🏻
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
@theonlyredspecial wow, good on ya, I don’t think you’ll regret it, it’s more bike than any mortal can handle and it looks just beautiful... you will no doubt have a great summer on the road with your new busa... be good, but if you can’t be good be careful!😈
theonlyredspecial
@ThreeSixMoto thanks. Ive had a gen 2 for many years. After seeing the slightly lower figures at launch I was a little concerned but after a demo. You don’t notice it and in fact for road riding the new bike feels even more torquey. It is nicer looking and I felt for the £9k I had to put to it i am happy. Love the electonics and it handles better too. Pick it up this week. Quite excited. Thanks again good luck with the channel mate !
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
The new bike is better in so many ways, the power thing is subjective at best, basically because the 3 handles better and drives out of corners with so much more thrust it’s a much faster road bike. And I like the way it looks too, and the quality of finish is top notch. A strong looking bike too, aggressive without being Marvel Comic like... ( h2r anyone) I’m only a little jealous... no, I’m a lot jealous. Enjoy it pal. Ride safe.
Rage Rider
Rage Rider Month ago
Nice vid & thoughtful review. I think you got it spot on & possibly a world first comparison for a question that will no doubt be asked countless times. Seems like Suzuki got it right despite the spec sheet naysayers who haven't ridden it obviously. The irony of all those people asking for a 1400cc 200bhp 'Busa (I was one lol although thought the turbo idea was daft) is that Kawasaki did exactly that with the ZX14 & then discontinued it so seemingly not the answer.
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
Ride safe ... it’s not what you got it’s how you use it👍
Rage Rider
Rage Rider Month ago
@ThreeSixMoto Agreed. Cheers, will do. Keep doing reviews like this & the subs will come. +1 here. : )
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
Cheers mate, if only I had a bigger following to date, but hey world first, that’s a first on its own... the Kawasaki H2r supercharged hyperbike is just bonkers and a little niche and v expensive, as a roadbike ide choose the Busa. In the real world, ridden on roads more cc or a turbo or s’charger would be just bling and if no use to be fair and would ace put the bike over £20k... thanks for watching and getting in touch. Pls Sub b share... back soon with another test...
Andy R
Andy R Month ago
Hahaha... Which one?? Of course the Gen3, who really wants a 13 year old technology gen2???
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
Hi Andy, absolutely, however if I already had a gen 2 it would be upwards of £8k for the tech, but yeah the new bike is so much better in real terms. Thanks for watching, done forget to Sub n share, 👍
Fabien A
Fabien A Month ago
A little bit of info, not that useful for normal road use, but anyway. When the journalists tested the thing in South of France (on the Castellet circuit, and on the twisties nearby), they had the pegs (no surprise), the exhaust cans and the fairing dragging on the floor (on track I mean). But they loved it, also in the twisties.
Jon B
Jon B Month ago
@ThreeSixMoto plus let’s not forget the journo’s are invited there to basically give a very positive impression of the bike. If they don’t then guess what they will be blackballed by Suzuki. So you cannot take what they said as ‘true’. These reviews are much more useful because you can say what you think without pressure from your paymasters and of course riding on the road at normal speeds is much more useful. Well done.
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
Hi there Fabian, the hayabusa loves to be raced... but remember journos don’t pay for them that’s why they were dragging the pegs, exhaust and body panels on the floor, it makes for good photos, I would have given the bike a good workout too if I had been on the circuit. The new busa handles so well it would have been great to get to a track and do a bit of scratching but I didn’t fancy the repair bill... the day before I tested this bike it was dropped by a customer who was charged £1400 for some very minor damage. (one exhaust can £900) thanks for watching ...
werdnaeyaf
werdnaeyaf Month ago
Got to love a comparison vid. Like the walk through reflective chat. Dials down that initial whaaa! ....it’s fast my brain can’t keep up ...although we a like a bit of that don’t we...
werdnaeyaf
werdnaeyaf Month ago
Agreed!
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
Yep, Love a bit of fast... just can’t publish the footage... bikes like this need a rider to re-calibrate the old grey cells to keep up ...
Sophon Chan
Sophon Chan Month ago
2022 or 2021 ppl need to make up their minds lol
Curious Droid
Curious Droid Month ago
I had a gen 1 back in 1999 when they first came out and I would like a gen 3 but to be honest you can get a 2018 gen 2 with a couple of thousand miles on the clock for half the new price. I don't know if the new extras are worth the £8k extra and there might be quite a few more mint gen 2's coming up as the trade in's start to appear.
theonlyredspecial
Yeah 100% right. Brill deals on the gen 2. I just sold mine to get a gen 3. Not cause I didn’t love the gen 2. Just fancied a change.
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
and judging by your sub count I could do with some tips ... great channel Curious...
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
I think you’re spot on there pal, a mint Gen 2 hayabusa is not a bad shout, the one in the Vid is bloody quick, full system akro and PWR Cmdr.... mmm mmm mmm oh yeah, I’ve already tried to buy it... thanks for watching , ride safe.
M B
M B Month ago
appreciate the review. i am a gen 1 owner.
ThreeSixMoto
ThreeSixMoto Month ago
Thanks for commenting, especially as you know what it’s about, the hayabusa is a special bike, ride safe pal.
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