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2005 Suzuki Hayabusa on 2040-motos

US $5,100.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:31 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States

Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States
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Suzuki Hayabusa tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,299 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Sport Bike For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Suzuki Hayabusa description

Ladies and Gentlemen! Boys and Girls! Feast your eyes upon the fabled beast…a Suzuki Hayabusa! 


What we have here is a 2005 GSX1300R Hayabusa, one of the fastest production bikes ever made, with only 31,700 miles. With a displacement of 1299cc’s, you will beat just about any vehicle on the road. This is your chance to likely own the fastest thing on any wheels you’ve ever sat on. This will take you from 0-60mph in 2.6 seconds, and will run a quarter mile in 9.7 seconds. There are very few things out there that will beat this machine. 


There is some minor damage to the left main fairing, and left rear-seat fairing (damage pictured) that has been repaired by Action Motorsports here in Idaho Falls, ID. You can hardly even see the damage without looking for it. I purchased this bike from Action Motorsports back in March of this year, and it was a wonderful few months of ownership, but I bought it on impulse, and so I need to sell it to get on top of some monetary items. 


I haven’t even owned it long enough to change the oil, and the longest the bike has ever been run was on a 4 hour trip to and from Wyoming. All other rides have usually been capped at an hour or less. I have taken great care of the bike, washing it often. I have never crashed it, laid it down, tipped it, or looked at it the wrong way.


This bike normally doesn’t sell less than $6,500 with all stock parts, but you’ll be getting some extra goodies. This bike has:

 The rear seat with a grab bar

 The rear seat cowl to give it the signature Hayabusa look

 Upgraded grips

 C&M racing suspension

 Stompgrip Tank Pads

 Integrated tail light with blinkers

 Drilled rotors

 Tinted windshield

 Shorty brake and clutch levers

 A full HMF exhaust from the headers back

 A fully tuned Power Commander 3.


Michelin tires still have great tread on them with no chicken strips. There’s 2 keys for the bike, as well as a RoadLok anti theft system. 


The title is under lien at Westmark Credit Union, so once the check clears, or the balance is paid in cash, you can take the bike with you, and you’ll have the title once I get it from the bank. 


You are more than welcome to come look at, sit on, and start the bike, but there will be no test rides and certainly no joy rides without cash in hand, or something of yours, greater in value, in my possession. 


The bike is fantastic. It runs phenomenally, looks fantastic, and will give you the most exhilarating ride of your life.

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