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Old 02-15-2009, 09:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have everything set up.. but i am torn between the R1 and Hayabusa engine. Just wondering what one would work better and what sort of snags I could run into. thx
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do you plan on doing sand drags?? I would think the hp to weight ratio would be crazy with the 1300 engine, i have heard that even the R1 bikes are almost uncontrolable in drag races
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Old 02-16-2009, 01:02 AM   #3 (permalink)
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The horsepower ratings between an R1 and a busa arent all that different. They are both wicked fast street bikes, and would make insane powerplants for a quad. Ide opt for the R1, keep it yamaha...even tho Im a kawi fan when it comes to sportbikes. If you really want a head turner drop a ZX-10 engine in her and paint your plastics lime green.
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I was thinking about doing the same conversion to my rappy. Have you started on it yet and if so what kind of problems have you ran into?
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Lets keep this post alive. I am wanting to do the same thing. Considering going to junkyards tomorrow to look for a hayabusa. What I need to know is whether a certain year of hayabusa would work best for my 2007 raptor frame? Always best to start with a near fit rather than trying to fit a square peg in a round hole!
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I have always been a suzuki fan when it comes to street bikes. but if it was my choice, i would like to see a raptor with the new 09+ R1 motor. it has a new crank design and fireing order. it makes gobs of low end power and awesome top end power. its just a monster everywhere!.... i think it would be an awesome motor for a quad.

a busa quad would be freaking crazy fast too. i just assume the size of the motor is a little bigger then an r1 motor, so would cause for more fabrication. I have a built 05 gsxr750 motor that im debating putting in a quad or building a single seater buggy for. good luck with all your builds!
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