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701hp Busa...

Downhiller

Turbo Monkey
Sep 20, 2004
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CROATIA....europe....CROATIA
i dont know was this on RM but here is again..

701hp, suzuki hayabusa...:

copy/paste:

" Perhaps the most insane news comes from the inaugural DynoJet Horsepower Challenge held last weekend in Valdosta, Georgia, USA. Basically, DynoJet make motorcycle dynamometers and they provided a bunch oif them and anybody could roll up and the guy whose bike made the most horsepower won. The winning fellow was Hank Booth of Great Falls, Montana, whose highly modified 1999 Suzuki 1300GSXR Hayabusa motorcycle with an NLR turbocharger cranked out an incredible 701.32 horsepower.

Other winners in the Import Unlimited class with Booth included; RCC Turbo/Richard Peppler, of Ontario with 559.02 HP, and Glen Bertagnoli coming in third with a 445.16. All of the top three competitors were using the Suzuki Hayabusa engine.

Revving the scale in other classes were Kent Stotz with 210 bhp on a turbo powered Honda in the Imported V-Twin Cruiser Open class while Don Smith squeezed a respectable 118 bhp out of a 600cc Suzuki.

The domestic bike category was dominated by, well, what else would you expect ... Harley Davidson. The champ in this class was Kevin Kelly of Weston, Florida who managed to get his harley producing 247 horsepower in the V-twin Unlimited category, narrowly ahead of Nick Trask of Phoenix, Arizona whose Harley generated 228 horses.

Brandon Rybicki's turbo-powered Harley V-Rod produced 191 horses.""

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Dyno vid. of it...

Look at that devil...:cool:

http://dl1.rapidshare.de/files/989002/168264827/701_Dyno_Pull.mpg

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RhinofromWA

Brevity R Us
Aug 16, 2001
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Lynnwood, WA
Downhiller said:
The domestic bike category was dominated by, well, what else would you expect ... Harley Davidson. The champ in this class was Kevin Kelly of Weston, Florida who managed to get his harley producing 247 horsepower in the V-twin Unlimited category, narrowly ahead of Nick Trask of Phoenix, Arizona whose Harley generated 228 horses.

Brandon Rybicki's turbo-powered Harley V-Rod produced 191 horses.""
Can't watch the vid from work.....

But on the Harley side. They aren't exactly HP machines. If anything they are good on torque....right? They are long stroke motors.....and have two cylinders. They are made to be lower RPM torque machines.

Either way 710hp is INSANE. Wonder if it is a good commuter.....:devil: