Turbocharged Hayabusa for Sale: 650hp & 264mph

This Land Speed World Record bike is up for grabs. $39,000 price tag

What we’re looking at is a Land Speed race bike built and designed by Mick Ellis from BDR Performance Engineering. The standard bike is a Suzuki Hayabusa which received a pack of modifications. It’s turbocharged, makes over 650hp and reaches 264mph. Considering all these, the bikes quite affordable at a price tag of $39,000 (€45,000). 

Ellis used for this Land Speed Record race bike a Suzuki Hayabusa which he tuned. Tweaking the bike to its current tech spec was completed in two years.

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So, the 1300cc engine is fitted with a Garrett GT35 turbo, makes over 650 hp and the bike can reach a top speed of over 264 mph (425 kph). Also, the turbocharged Hayabusa uses 119 Octane fuel.

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The motorcycle was ridden by Mick’s wife, Becci Ellis, 53 years old, who’s an IT analyst from Scunthorpe, England.

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Back in August 2014, she became the fastest woman on a motorcycle with a top speed of 264.1mph (425 kph) set at an airfield in Yorkshire. Becci broke the previous Land Speed Record by 20mph (32 kph).

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Not bad for an IT analyst whose husband built her turbocharged Suzuki Hayabusa in their garage.

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Technical Spec:

Engine: 

Original Gen 1 Suzuki Hayabusa 1300cc 
Garrett GT35 turbo (supplied by GT Turbos) 
Flowed & polished cylinder head 
Weisco low compression pistons 
Carrillo conrods 
Balanced crank (Alex Macfadzean Balancing Services) 
Undercut gearbox 
Billet output shaft, with BDR Outrigger 
Billet selector shafts 
Upperton lock-up clutch 
Redesigned Intake charge cooler 
Cold side boost controller 
Standard spark plugs 
1000cc Bosch injectors 
Bosch fuel pump 044 
Remote oil filter 
Heavy-duty valve springs 
One-piece valves 
BDR Air Shift system 
MoTeC M400 ECU & Datalogger 
Motec CL3 Dashboard 
Complete rewire by Brad O’Connor & Mark Wells 
BDR exhaust pipes Silencer (Pipe Werx) 102db 
650bhp plus 
Using 119 octane fuel

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Frame: 

Standard Hayabusa frame & subframe
Steering geometry altered by John Warrington Motorcycles 

Front end:

PFM discs and callipers
Standard forks, yokes and wheels
Forks raised through yokes to lower the front
SBS Pads

Rear End:

Swinging arm 4 inches longer than standard, machined by Graham Sykes Performance Engineering
Nitron shock
Standard wheels
Standard disc & calliper with SBS Pads
EK drag racing chain
Various machining by Dave Taylor and Tom Armitage
All steel (one-off) selection of sprockets *

Bodywork: 

Standard Hayabusa bodywork
Race nose panel with no headlight or indicator cut-outs
Aftermarket seat hump

Price:

$39,000 (€45,000) which includes back-up from BDR

 

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Becci Ellis 3_3416208b

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