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Suzuki  Hayabusa/1000R Turbo

420 RWHP on street fuel 

Built and owned by Andersson Turbo

Chassis:

Hayabusa frame with 1000R rear frame polished

Swing arm JMS wheel base from stock to +115 mm

Suspension Öhlins rear and steering damper

Front fork modified 1000R –00

Clowing and fuel tank, modified 1000R –00

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Engine:

Hayabusa

Comp 8.5:1 (spacer)

Stock piston

Harder valve springs (carpenters)

Modified head

Web cams stage 2, adjustable cam sprocket

Connecting rods (Carrillo)

Clutch Billet basket and boost compensated (my on invention)

High flow oil pump sprocket

Laminova water cold oil cooler

Turbo kkk k26/27 hybrid good for 480 hp on race fuel

Intercooler: Water cold, with its on water system, built into the plenum

ECU: at the moment DTA P8PRO, will be replaced this winter with Niras system

HP 420 on street fuel

Do you have questions about this bike e-mail the owner at

andersson.turbo@turbo-bike.com  

 

Click to enlarge pictures

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Laminova oil cooler  

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Boost compensated cutch

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Plenum and fuel rail

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Plenum with built in intercooler

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Old placement of Water cooler for the intercooler

Now it is placed in the front of the bike

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