That's always been the problem with the extreme body kits for Busas. Our guys find they cannot run in crosswinds or blustery conditions, whereas the relatively non-aerodynamic H2 isn't affected very much but it does hit a brick wall much above 200.......... tried big bodywork but was effected by winds too much and went back to a simpler version
HEy mate how you going? Don't mean to hijack the post..... You know I am huge Hayabusa fan ( had two them) and found it real hard to sell to buy the H2, but am a Suzuki fan through and through really. Even though LOOOOOVE the H2.The 250+mph turbo Hayabusas in our Straightliners Club are all around 500-600 bhp (and more).
They are 300cc bigger (and more).
They are also using bodywork with a much lower CD than the H2 (even with a stock fairing).
I don't see the comparison.
Jeffro, I've had two Hayabusas and two ZZR's (not turbos) all of which I used in LSR. The difference I've found is in the way the H2 accelerates from a standstill and the fact that it isn't very aerodynamic. Final speeds after a mile have been fairly similar but the way the bikes get there is different.HEy mate how you going? Don't mean to hijack the post..... You know I am huge Hayabusa fan ( had two them) and found it real hard to sell to buy the H2, but am a Suzuki fan through and through really. Even though LOOOOOVE the H2.
You obviously have the respect for the Hayabusa, but remember you saying that you would NEVER move the H2 on :laugh:
Just out of interest though, as you have the experience with both bikes for your LSR. How does the H2 and Busa compare in excitement, delivery of power and the feel it gives you when your running it/ them? It sounds like when fully worked there is no comparison. Any other difference you could highlight for me? Just really interested in your view