A good story.
Be sure to see mhinchley's comment about what bikes can out-acellerate a Hellcat, as one of our faves is listed.
Selling because Im to busy riding my Max.
Spike bar ends & Spike sliders
Custom levers, grips & mirrors
Exhaust under both foot pegs
I wanted to let you guys know I did Sean's dual hyabusa brake upgrade with stainless lines and 320 mm rotors. Holy. Crap. This thing is awesome. Way more confidence inspiring and much better than stock. It's a 2000 so I already had the updated brakes. Damn, if you're thinking of upgrading, do...
Hey guys. This will serve as my intro/Morley's Hayabusa kid thread.
I found Sean through you guys and have been speaking with him via email a ton. One of the nicest guys I've found. He will be my go to guy for any parts I order from here on out.
What I've got....
I snagged a 1988 Yamaha...
Last night I did it.....
I traded one of my Vmax's for a 1999 Hayabusa. It needs cosmetic work as it was a stolen recovery. They had all the body off of it and where painting it when they got caught.
Seems to run good. Kid that owned it tried to bull shit me and tell me it had a 1340...
I just purchase a complete front end off of a 2003 Hayabusa.By complete ,i mean the forks,lower triple clamp,and axle...lol.Anyhow,i want to mount theses forks on my 85 max,and was wondering if anyone up here has done this yet,and if they could give me any info.Like,will the stock stem work?Who...
Hey guys, much more, including some pics to follow on this but I wanted to let you all know I got my parts from Sean Morley for my brakes upgrade for my 1990 'Max. Sean sent the parts out last week, when he was still waiting for payment from me for the parts. That meant that by the time I...
For anyone looking to use the newer GSXR or Busa forks to put USD on you bike there are all kinds of costs you probably won't think about. One that I just found out about is that you need some "special tool" to remove/install the axle on these bikes. All it does is go in the end of the axle to...
So I read up on the front brake upgrade for the pre-93 maxes. I think I've got it, but if my summary below is incorrect, then somebody please smack me.
I just bid on two gold Hayabusa 6-pot calipers.
My understanding is that I can use the stock reservoir, master cylinder, lines, and rotors...
Does anyone know what changes were made to the new Busa's to get the extra horse power out of them?
Has any company started making kits to get the other years up to it?
New ignition?EFI curves?Power commander?
Here are some pics of Hayabusa calipers, R1 rotors, and Sean Morley adapters on a 85 Vmax. It sucks that one of the rotors I got is warped though. Now I have to take everything back off and get some more rotors.:bang head:
I've got the Hayabusa calipers and R1 rotors waiting in my garage. Once I get the adapters in the mail I'm going to swap them out. Can I reuse my stock brake lines and just hook them up to the Hayabusa calipers until I buy some Galfers lines?
Also, do I just reuse the old rotor mounting...
Has enyone tried to put Hayabusa brake master cylinder on the V-Max? I have R1 front callipers on the way (with braided lines) and one of the lads sells 99 Hayabusa master brake cylinder for half nothing. Was wondering how would it work on the V-Max :ummm:
Any advice appreciated :thumbs up:
On the weekend I was at an event that the motorcycle manufacturers were at and they were having demo rides. One of the bikes I tried out was the Busa and that thing is smoking! :punk: Who else here has or had one, looking for some feedback on the bike as there is room in the garage for a 3rd...