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View Poll Results: Hayabusa or zx-14? Which is faster (stock)?
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Old 02-06-2007, 04:11 PM   #41
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1400cc or 1300cc which do you think come on!
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Old 02-06-2007, 04:11 PM   #42
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I voted zx bc its faster.. but if i was gona get one I'd get the busa BECAUSE KAWIS ARE KRAP
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Which bike do you really feel is faster ? Any proof ? AND...which would you get given you only had the option to take one ?

i'd get a 600 class bike, those are faster.

i guess it would depend on your personal preference of use.
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Old 02-06-2007, 04:14 PM   #44
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is there any truth to a rumor I've been hearin about an 'all-too-big' 1600 project that Suzuki is taking on ?
the latest project with the busa is the b-king do a search for it. its basicly kind of like a half naked streetfightered sv styled bike, but with a busa engine, etc...it wont be a busa beater of any sorts, but it should be one of an in-town killer.

Suzuki B KING

p.s. they are scheduled to hit the showroom floor in a few months or at the latest the end of the year.
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Old 02-06-2007, 04:21 PM   #45
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^^^^^^ I'm waiting to see what it really looks like........up close.
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The ZX-14 is faster from what I've heard but it all comes down to the rider....

I'd buy a busa over a ZX-14 anyday...
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the latest project with the busa is the b-king do a search for it. its basicly kind of like a half naked streetfightered sv styled bike, but with a busa engine, etc...it wont be a busa beater of any sorts, but it should be one of an in-town killer.

Suzuki B KING

p.s. they are scheduled to hit the showroom floor in a few months or at the latest the end of the year.
that thing is going to be rediculous
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the latest project with the busa is the b-king do a search for it. its basicly kind of like a half naked streetfightered sv styled bike, but with a busa engine, etc...it wont be a busa beater of any sorts, but it should be one of an in-town killer.

Suzuki B KING

p.s. they are scheduled to hit the showroom floor in a few months or at the latest the end of the year.
MINE ALL MINE!!!!!

that is SSOOOooooo gona be my next bike
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Old 02-06-2007, 04:27 PM   #49
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he was talkin about that vrod jackass....
He was quoting me so I assumed he was referring to me...
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1400cc or 1300cc which do you think come on!
That's not always the case genius. Can an 1800cc Harley beat a 1300cc Suzuki...? Genius :laughing6
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the latest project with the busa is the b-king do a search for it. its basicly kind of like a half naked streetfightered sv styled bike, but with a busa engine, etc...it wont be a busa beater of any sorts, but it should be one of an in-town killer.

Suzuki B KING

p.s. they are scheduled to hit the showroom floor in a few months or at the latest the end of the year.

Yea that is a sexy young lady...
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Old 02-06-2007, 04:31 PM   #53
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I'd buy a busa over a ZX-14 anyday...
Me too

And for all a you's hatin' on the Busa:
...in '08, it is goin' to be a 1400 as well, lets see the zx 14 beat it then PARTNA...:icon_bigg
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My bud just bought a new 1400 a couple months ago after getting his busa totaled. He says that his BUSA FELT faster than the 1400. even now when he rides my busa and then his 14 he said that the busa just FELT faster. but that is juswt out on backroads, Have not had it to the track yet but will do in the spring
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That's not always the case genius. Can an 1800cc Harley beat a 1300cc Suzuki...? Genius :laughing6
besides my 18 year old 1200 cc v-max still has better times than the Hardley Ableson v-rod or the Rockett III
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i'd get a 600 class bike, those are faster.

i guess it would depend on your personal preference of use.
My next bike will a 600, I used to want a busa but after ridin' a few. Think I'll go smaller. I have a literbike now so no need in a big ol heavy bike. GSXR 600-750 or R6...
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