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2006 Suzuki Hayabusa on 2040-motos

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Astoria, New York

Astoria, NY
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here is 1 of the fastest everyday driving hayabusa, its an six but I changed everything to a gen two which means the new body style eight -12 I did it the right way, I bought the whole OEM plastics set including tank and rear subframe and front frame stay so basically the only thing on this bad a$$ bike thats still six is its the frame and parts of the engine, here is a list of the add ons, and comes with both OEM seats and the rear hump the color of the bike is the 2011 pearl white this bike is a beast 190 horsepower on motor and 234 on 36 shot of nos only spray @ the dyno when was getting tuned.(have proof in dyno sheets) it runs 8ts on motor in 1 4 mi ...mod are as follows.Contact :

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